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Article in Chinese | WPRIM | ID: wpr-796423

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Taking the design and application of microlecture on action potential of neural stem as research basis, we summarized the content, structure level and learning mode of microlecture which adapted in functional experimental teaching. Application of microlecture on the course of medical function experimental teaching, including pre-class preparation, classroom teaching and after-class review can inspire students' learning enthusiasm, improve their learning efficiency and teachers' teaching quality, so as to cultivate students' innovative thinking.

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Article in Chinese | WPRIM | ID: wpr-790278

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Taking the design and application of microlecture on action potential of neural stem as research basis,we summarized the content,structure level and learning mode of microlecture which adapted in functional experimental teaching.Application of microlecture on the course of medical function experimental teaching,including pre-class preparation,classroom teaching and after-class review can inspire students' learning enthusiasm,improve their learning efficiency and teachers' teaching quality,so as to cultivate students' innovative thinking.

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Article in Chinese | WPRIM | ID: wpr-542391

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Objective To analyze the volatile composition in the leaves of Sabina chinensis L. Ant. and Sabina chinensis L. Ant. cv. Kaizuca and to study their effects on bacteria. Methods GC-MS was employed in the analysis of volatile composition and four kinds of bacteria were used for testing the sterilization and bacteriostasis of the volatile oil. Results The main substance in volatile oil from the two kinds of plants, Sabina chinensis L. Ant. and Sabina chinensis L. Ant. cv. Kaizuca, was bornyl acetate and the percentage was 38.1% and 46.5% respectively. In addition, in the volatile oil from Sabina chinensis L. Ant. contained 24% of phellandrne and 12.4% of p-menth-l-en-4-o1, as for Sabina chinensis L. Ant. cv. Kaizuca, 30.0% of limonene and 7.9% of ?-pinene were contained. The volatile oil from Sabina chinensis L. Ant. had greater effects of bacteriostasis and sterilization on Staphylococcus aureus, Staphylococcus epidermidis, Escherichia coli compared with Sabina chinensis L. Ant. cv. Kaizuca. Conclusion Compared with Sabina chinensis L. Ant. cv. Kaizuca, the effects of sterilization and bacteriostasis of volatile oil from Sabina chinensis L. Ant. are much greater and with a larger spectrum of bacteria.

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