OBJECTIVES①To investigate radon level and its affecting factors in greenhouse in suburb of Lanzhou, and then estimate the annual effective dose exposed to radon absorbed by growers. It was expected to provide measures for controlling indoor radon pollution.②To investigate indoor ambient in greenhouses and its effect on theof greenhouse workers in Lanzhou.METHODS 1 Spot investigation:①Three greenhouses were chosen to detect indoor temperature, relative humidity and radon concentrations by Model 1027 type radon monitor during nearly three months.②Two greenhouses were chosen randomly to detect indoor temperature, relative humidity, CO2 and NH3 concentrations during nearly three months. 2 Questionnaire: a questionnaire was carried out for 120 greenhouse workers and 100 controls to clarify the possible correlation between the greenhouse ambient and the workers .RESULTS 1 Spot investigation:①An average radon concentration of 132.77 Bq/ m3 in local greenhouses was observed, which is 3.38 and 5.60 times higher than local average indoor radon level and country average indoor radon level, respectively. Soils and rocks under and around the greenhouse as well as wall body are main source of indoor radon. High temperature and low humidity probably facilitated the movement of radon into greenhouses. Meanwhile, a diurnal fluctuation in indoor radon concentration was observed. Furthermore, the annual effective dose exposed to radon absorbed by growers was estimated. Thus, the results showed that growers in greenhouses absorbed much higher effective dose than other residents.②The indoor concentrations of CO2 and NH3 were 0.20±0.02% （0.15～0.24%） and 0.65±0.45mg/m3 （0.05～1.50 mg/m3）, respectively. Higher indoor humidity and temperature differences were also observed. 2 Questionnaire: The greenhouse ambient has many adverse effects on joints, eyes and respiration for long-term growers.CONCLUSIONS①High radon exposure is probably potential risk ifconsidering combined effects of other adverse factors in greenhouses.②Higher level is observed in greenhouses besides temperature andhumidity. More attention should be focused on negative impact of greenhouseambient on growers health.
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Survey on Radon Level, Environment and Workers Health in Greenhouse in Lanzhou (Education Papers posted on May 21st, 2015 )
Intervention Effect Study on Health Education in Schistosomiasis Control in Yunnan Province (Education Papers posted on May 15th, 2015 )
Objective: To study the effect ofin control work at big mountain areas.Methods:To select two natural villages with similar situation and epidemic situation etc in Dali county to study the intervention effect of from 1994 to 1996. One village is experimental group adopted intervention measure of health education + chemotherapy + snail elimination in key areas, another village is comparison group adopted intervention measure of chemotherapy + snail elimination in key areas, and then comparing with the intervention effect after implementing two different measures. All data are analyzed by SPSS statistics software package on the .Results:After implementing health education, passing rate of knowledge on control of students and adults increased by 65.46% and 31.94% respectively (P<0.001), awareness rate increased by 73.64% and 47.09% respectively (P<0.001) , compliance rate for chemotherapy increased by 41.67% and 28.67% respectively (P<0.001), frequencies of contacting cercariae-infested water declined by 42.07% and 26.58% respectively (P<0.001). Comparing with before and after implementing health education, the number of students who took self-protecting change little, and adults who took self-protecting change greatly(P<0.001), infection rate of students and adults decreased by 90.12% and 73.30%(P<0.001), acute infected cases of decreased. Knowledge and awareness on schistosomiasis control and prevention of target population exist positive correlation with infection of schistsomiasis. More knowledge and awareness on schistosomiasis control and prevention ,lower infection of schistosomiasis. Intervention effect of health education to students is better than adults. Cost-effect analysis indicate that after 3.76 yuan RMB used for health education per 100 people, students infection rate of schistosomiasis will decline by 1%, after 8.14 yuan RMB used for health education per 100 people,students compliance rate for chemotherapy will increased by 1% ; after 3.63 yuan RMB used for health education per 100 people, adults infection rate of schistosomiasis will decline by 1%, after 11.83 yuan RMB used for health education per 100 people, adults compliance rate for chemotherapy will increased by 1%.Conclusions: education is an important measure to prevent and control schistosomiasis, it has the effect with low-cost, high-outcome and good – effectiveness. education combined chemotherapy with snail elimination in key areas is an effective strategy to prevent and control schistosomiasis in Yunnan Province.
Effects of Trace Element and Blood Lead Level on Health of 1300 Children (Education Papers posted on May 9th, 2015 )
ObjectiveTrace element is amaterial which forms the human life,and it is very essential in organism development,life activity and procreation etc.Although the levels of are less in human body,but it contributes a lot to human including influencing on the energy transformation,hormone formation,brain memory,visual acuity,cell division,various kinds of supersession,endocrine and immunity of the organism etc.When a certain kind of is insufficiently or excessively ingested,it will cause the organism biological function obstacle and exert a bad influence on the human body.It has already been verified that the trace element relates to a lot of diseases by animal experiment,epidemiological investigation and clinical observation,The child is growing individual,and is relatively sensitive to the change of the external environment.The research is aim to study the levels of trace element such as iron,zinc,calcium,magnesium,copper, lead in the blood of the between the infant and 15 years old from June in 2004 to June in 2006 in Zhengzhou,the relations among these trace elements,and the influences of these trace element on ’s early and stunt.At last,the results of the paper can offer scientific basis for the study on children’s health care and the integrated control measures of relevant diseases.MethodsThe study included 1300 physical examination and clinic cases of the children between the infant and 15 years old from June in 2004 to June in 2006 in Zhengzhou Maternal and Child Care Service Centre.We gather the demographic characteristic including research object of the data(name,sex,date of birth,age, residence),personal development information(height,eyesight,IQ,learning, development and nutrition),personal health condition(Repeated infection of the respiratory tract,rickets,hyperactivity and anaemia) and diet.The levels of rion, zinc,calcium,magnesium,copper,plumbous in chil dren’s blood was determined by atomic absorption spectrometry.The data of results were analysed by SPSS 12.0.Results1.The average levels of Fe,Zn,Ca,Mg,Cu and Pb of children in Zhengzhou are within the normal range.The levels of Fe,Zn,Ca,Mg and Cu are 9.17±0.08μmol/L, 76.53±4.21μmol/L;1.75±0.55mmol/L,1.50±0.06 mmol/L;Cu was 20.23±1.37μmol/L and 64.79±12.63μg/L,respectively.The boy’s level of Pb is higher than girl’s.The levels of Fe,Zn,Pb of baby’s group are lower than other age groups significangly(P＜0.01).2.The children is lack of trace elements with Ca(24.46%of scarce rate),Fe(21.77%) and Zn(19.69%).The Lead Poisoning rate of chlilren in Zhengzhou is up to 19.08%. The scarce rate of Mg and Cu are 1.46%and 3.85%.The scarce rate of boy’s Zn and examines rate of Lead Poisoning are higher than the girl’s(P＜0.01).3.Interactions exist among the trace element of children in Zhengzhou,such as Fe and Cu,Zn and Cu,Fe,Zn,Ca and Pb.The levels of Fe,Zn and Ca in children with Lead Poisoning are lower than of those of control group(P＜0.01). 4.The ill rates of IDA,RRI and Low Vision are 20.07%,23.36%and 7.27%,and there are no significance between different age groups(P＞0.05).The ill rate of ADHD is 6.29%,and the hyperactivity takes place in the group of preschool and group of school age high.The ill rate of Rickets is 6.11%,and it ofte takes place in baby’s group,infant’s group and preschool group high.The poisonning rate of Lead in school age group is highest,the preschool group takes second place,infant’s group is slightly low,and baby’s group is the lowest.5.The levels of Zn and Ca of Shortstature children’s group,the Zn and Fe levels of Rickets children’s group,the levels of Zn,Fe and Ca of RRI group,the levels of Zn and Cu of ADHD,the levels ofFe,Zn and Cu in IDA and Zn level in the Low Vision children are lower than control group significanly(P＜0.05).The BPb levels of Shortstature children’s group,Rickets children’s group,RRI group,ADHD,IDA and mental retardation children are higher than those of the control group’s level significantly(P＜0.01).Conclusions1.Ca,Fe and Zn are the mainly deficicent trace element of children including in the study.Lead Poisoning rate of the Children is up to 19.08%.The scarce rate of Zn and examines rate of Lead Poisoning of boy are higher than the girl’.The rates of Fe,Zn and Ca in Lead Poisoning group are lower than control group significantly.2.There are associations between the number of RRI,ADHD,IDA,Shortstature children and Rickets children in Zhengzhou and the lower level of Zn and the higher level of Pb.The mental retardation of children has relation with the higher level of Pb,and the level of Zn of Low Vision level group is lower than the control group.3.The levels of Fe in IDA,RRI,and Rickets children are lower than those of the control roup significantly,and the levels of Ca in Shortstature and RRI children’s group are lower than control group,too.
A Kap Study of HIV/AIDS Among the Migrant Population in Railway Stations in Henan Province (Education Papers posted on April 25th, 2015 )
The purpose of thestudy were to understand the related knowledge , attitude and practice to S and condom utilization of migrant population. in railway station in Henan province; to explore the necessity and feasibility of and condom marketing targeting at the above-mentioned mobile population; and to build up a set of feasible approach to educate migrant population and develop a practicable condom marketing program.The study was designed and conducted at the 3 railway stations in Henan Province, namely Zhengzhou, Luoyang and Xinyang. Three hundred and fifty sample individuals were interviewed with a structured questionnaire and eleven individuals were interviewed with the discussion guideline. The investigated content focused on knowledge and attitude to S, attitude and utilization of condom and attitude to . The results showed that most of the migrant population had poor knowledge and the attitude of stigma and discrimination to S ; the needs to condom is higher and condom can be available variously; they expressed positively attitude to HIV/AIDS education as well. The results also identified that HIV/AIDS education to migrant population is necessary and practicable based on railway department as well as condom social marketing. Some suggestions were given as following: as earlier as possible to develop HIV/AIDS education program and condom social marketing program among the migrant population who travels by train; to develop proper methods to educate the migrant population in HIV/AIDS program.
Changchun Urban District Encircles the Perimenopausal Woman State of Health Analysis (Education Papers posted on March 26th, 2015 )
Goal: In order to understand the Changchun urbanwomen’s and behaviour, in order to have targeted them for and health interventionsMethod: On a voluntary of 550 urban areas in Changchun City women aged 40 to 60 conducted a questionnaire of 530 valid questionnaires recovered. All material into its analysis. Age: 40 to 45-year-old 178 cases (33.58%), 46 to 50-year-old 180 cases (33.96%), 51 to 55-year-old 100 cases (18.87%), 56 to 60-year-old 72 cases (13.58 percent). The average age of 48.79 years old.Finally:①530 women, who accounted for 35.28 percent menopause; average menopausal age of 48.58 years old.② women’s health status and behavior of all ages in between are very different; perimenopausal symptoms improved to the extent Kupper – man score assessment, perimenopausal symptoms rate was 64.34 percent of which occur most symptoms .The first four are: insomnia accounted for 52.64 percent, 50.19 percent of fatigue fatigue, muscle and joint pain accounted for 48.49 percent, 43.58 percent of dizziness. Hypertension, osteoporosis, cardiovascular and cerebrovascular diseases, urinary system diseases and diabetes in perimenopausal women occupy a considerable proportion, and in the distribution of all ages are also significant differences. ③part of perimenopausal women’s health awareness is not strong, lack of health knowledge. The low awareness of hormone replacement therapy, hormone therapy are rarely accepted.④depression mainly to mild disease, and depression, anxiety disorder incidence rate also increased significantly with age.⑤with age, but lower quality of life.Conclusion: Perimenopausal symptoms and the different extent and women in the age, level, status, occupation-related, health awareness and understanding of hormone replacement therapy has yet to be improved, the impact of perimenopausal women’s quality of life in a variety of factors including demographic And sociological characteristics and therefore should take comprehensive measures to improve their quality of life.
The Status and Countermeasures Study of the Child Health Care Management in Fuling Chongqing (Education Papers posted on March 21st, 2015 )
Objective: Through understanding of the childrencare managementstatus in FuLing district of Chongqing, Find the main problems.For thedistricts of chongqing and other area county public administrativedepartment of children’s health care perfect system forreference.Methods: The study of domestic and foreign literature research ofchildren’s health care present situation; Using the expertsinterview method to explore child health care system of themain problems existing in FuLing district; By questionnaire, extraction of100children in FuLing district of Chongqing to survey child health caremanagement satisfaction.Using EpiData3.1software built library entry fordata, and SPSS17.0software statistical index data and analysis.Results: The most index data of child health care management has achievetargets of the two development plans in FuLing district.But there are a fewindex to be further improved.Children’s health care.The contradictionbetween supply and demand of children’s health,Children health care costinsufficient , child health care management mechanism stillimperfect, child health care management disability, child health care team construction lagging,propaganda and of children’s healthinadequate,and child health care significant gap between urban and ruralareas are the main problems of the child health care managementsystem.The child health care benefit group are very satisfied with childrenImmunisation Programme and Child health care propaganda, Butdissatisfied with Children health care cost and Child health carepolicy and The child health care infrastructure.Conclusion: we should strengthen the relevant government departmentguidance; Paying more attention to and improve the pre-marital medicalexamination rate and improve the quality of the newborn; Improve theprogram for the development of children (planning) monitoring statisticsystem; Further strict appraisal system, make sure the program for thedevelopment of children (planning) successfully completed; Furtherdeepening the women and children health care management, continuallymeet the health needs of women and children; value the maternal and fetalhealth care; Actively developing newborn screening; Strengthen theprevention and control of diseases among children health care; Enhanceseriously threatened disease prevention and cure children’s life; Furtherintensify children’s immunization management and Increased effortsDianYan qualified edibleWork dynamics.
Study on Creating a Healthy City Urban Plan (2012-2020) in Zhuzhou (Education Papers posted on March 1st, 2015 )
Research Objectives:This study described thesituation and status of Zhuzhou through the investigation, set the expected target of index system using the benchmarking method, identified key areas and projects of the , provided the evidence base for the design of Zhuzhou’s action ; Based on the research of the Zhuzhou’s action making process, we explored and established a healthy urban action program formulation process, which can provide experience for other cities to develop health action outline for reference.Specific purposes are as follows:1、Analysis on the and health situation of Zhuzhou;2、 Analysis and determine the index system of the urban plan;3、 Analysis the surveyed data, to obtain the basic value of the indexes;4、 Develop guidelines of for action in Zhuzhou.Data Resources and Methods:Data of this study include three components:1. Some data of this study was from family questionnaire for Zhuzhou to create a urban plan, the contents including:socioeconomic characteristics of the population; health status, physical examination and doctors’ visiting because of illness; smoking, alcohol consumption, exercise and other health related behavior. The field survey was done in August2012in Zhuzhou’s four areas, a total of1000households using household interview method and received997valid questionnaires.2. Some other data was from institute statistics of Zhuzhou, such as department of health, the center for disease control and prevention, family planning and other departments. We extracted some data from the institutional ones, as baseline value of this index system.3. Literatures. This study searched Google scholar using healthy city, setting and priority setting as subject terms for English literature, searched CNKI for Chinese literature using healthy city as subject term, and acquired lots of documents and materials.In this study, we adopted the surveyed method of households and institutions, in addition, we also adopted in-depth interview method, literature research method and expert consulting method.Main Results:1) Analysis the basic and situation and health status in Zhuzhou. Through analysis the basic situation of Zhuzhou, we found Zhuzhou’s development in forefront of Hunan province, the overall health level was higher than Hunan and national level; In recent years, through the efforts, Zhuzhou’s environment was also improved; The surveyed data shew that residents’ life behavior had large room for improvement. Zhuzhou’s health city will focus on improving the urban environment and advocating the good way of life behavior.2) Zhuzhou’s action outline of healthy city index system was developed. We constructed the indicator system by applying the method of literature research and expert consultation, combined with the availability and accuracy of the indexes, the feasibility of data collection, and predictability of indexes, ultimately determined index system included:11measures of economic and environment such as “town dweller lowest life to ensure standard”,4measures of policy such as “cooperation of departments”,6measures of health indicators such as “average life expectancy”,9measures of health services such as “sports facilities per capita land area”,6measures of public opinion such as “civil satisfaction with public security”. There were a total of36indicators which fell into five categories.3) Analyzed the surveyed data and agencies” data, obtained the indexes” baseline values.”Town dweller lowest life to ensure standard” in2011was15%of wage standard, the rate of urban living garbage hazard-free treatment was100%, the rate of urban sewage concentrated was85%, and other indicators” baseline values from the index system. 4) Created a healthy city’s action outline (2012-2020) in Zhuzhou. This study adopted the method of benchmarking, with reference to healthy city index standards’ requirements, combined with the actual situation of Zhuzhou, set the healthy city index targets; Compared the indicators’baseline values and the expected targets, according to the multiple criteria decision analysis method, we sorted the existing problems, finally determined3tasks including “improving health environment”,”popularization of healthy life style” and “the task of building a healthy society”; Then we established powerful safeguard measures, the government as leader, coordination of departments, clearing each responsibilities, increasing government , and etc.Conclusions:This paper studied the process of established Zhuzhou’s health city action outline, analysed the whole process. In the beginning of this study we decided to find current problems we were facing in Zhuzhou through analysis the basic situation, find the focus of health city construction; We constructed the index system of Zhuzhou healthy city using the literature research and expert consultation method, rather than Delphi method, so the scientific nature, the feasibility and reliability of index system need to be further verified; When using questionnaire and data we found that some data was missing or updated slowly, so it is necessary to set up health information system; This study also summarized the methods of setting s and priority setting and we set target values of indexes and key areas scientifically, also we made the powerful safeguard measures.Suggestions:1) We should understand the health status of the city through field research and baseline data collection, which can provide evidence for setting appropriate expected targets;2) Set up a system of health information, build a healthy city index system using scientific method, assess and update it regularly;3) Set a reasonable expected targets based on country’s requirements, combined with local actual situation;4) Using scientific methods to determine the priority in the construction field, formulate and improve relevant policies and priorities in the field of action items;5) Develop powerful safeguard measures, such as establish management system, fund input, etc;6) The construction of healthy city is a process, so we need to summarize periodically, step by step.
1.Evidence-based Study of the Effect of Alkaline Ionized Water on Health 2.Status of Copper, Iron, Calcium, Magnesium, Zinc Nutrition and Strategy of Pregnant Women in Baotou City (Education Papers posted on February 27th, 2015 )
Objective To collect and analyze bothand clinical research papers about the effect of alkaline ionized water on the of both domestic and foreign people,so as to either determine the specific effect of alkaline ionized water on the of people or identify the related content to be further investigated regarding to the relation between alkaline ionized water and the health of people,which will help to guide the proper consumption of alkaline ionized water. Methods The electronic search of Science Citation Index (SCI),Medline/Pubmed,CNKI,CQVIP,WANFANGDATA was conducted by two researchers independently to retrieve papers related to the effect of alkaline ionized water on the health of people and those papers were further classified and analyzed through Cochrane systematic review. Results Out of 50 papers retrieved initially,36 papers passing through quality appraisal were chosen for further analysis with 35 as research papers and 1 as clinical research paper. Conclusion Both domestic and foreign research papers studying the effect of alkaline ionized water on the health of people are scarce in number,and most of them are concentrated in the field of basic research lacking randomized comparative clinical study that is strictly designed. The results of most of the papers suggest that alkaline ionized water is conducive to the health of people. However,this conclusion is drawn based on the result of low quality research lacking enough credible evidence. Thus,this issue awaits thorough research in the future to confirm the conclusion. Objective Investigation determined that the peripheral blood of pregnant women in Baotou City of copper, iron, calcium, magnesium, zinc values and the 5 elements nutrition knowledge, analysis of these factors the level of 5 elements, suggesting that the fetus Baotou nutritional status of the 5 elements, develop Baotou City, the 5 elements of pregnant women nutritional guidance intervention model for the relevant departments to carry out a focused nutrition of pregnant women to provide scientific basis for guiding intervention. Method Baotou City Family Planning Commission issued in 2009 based on growth targets, according to District of Baotou City, stratified proportional sampling, uniform training by the investigators after the spot asked the basic situation of pregnant women surveyed, fill in copper, iron , Calcium, magnesium, zinc nutrition knowledge questionnaire. by Beijing Bo Hui Optoelectronic Technology Co., Ltd. production BH5100 atomic absorption spectrometry for copper, iron, calcium, magnesium, zinc levels of detection. Results (1)the general characteristics of the surveyed women: survey of 500 pregnant women, age distribution 20-42 years, mean age (27.45±3.70) years; the Han nationality, accounting for 91.2%, 4.4% Mongolian, Hui account 2.4%, 2.0% other ethnic groups; now living in 278 cities, accounting for 55.6%, suburban 56, accounting for 11.2% of the 166 people in rural areas, accounting for 33.2%. (2) pregnant women, copper, iron, calcium, magnesium, zinc levels: 500 pregnant women, copper, iron, magnesium, calcium, zinc nutrition of all abnormal phenomena, the normal rate as follows: Copper 95.4%, 64.2% iron, calcium 77.6%, Mg 91.0%, 87.5% zinc, and copper deficiency was not found iron, magnesium is too high, the high copper, high zinc, calcium, zinc deficiency rate of 10% or less, while the highest rate of 35.8% iron deficiency, high rate of 14.4% calcium. 5 elements in iron nutrition is unreasonable to the most serious problem at least copper. (3) copper, iron, calcium, magnesium, zinc values with age, educational level, ethnic and other general characteristics of the relationship: women of these 5 elements in different age groups, ethnic groups showed no significant difference between ; iron, calcium, s of different living compared to the difference was statistically significant, pregnant women living in rural areas of iron, calcium abnormal rate; abnormal levels of iron of different cultures was statistically significant difference compared rates, low educational level of iron for pregnant women abnormal rate; iron, magnesium, zinc and abnormal pregnancy rate between different statistically significant difference, the third trimester of pregnant women iron, magnesium, zinc anomaly rate. (4) copper, iron, calcium, magnesium, zinc levels of factors: After a multi-factor logistic regression analysis showed that:①the impact of factors Copper and soybean and its products is a high frequency of copper consumption as a risk factor.②the impact of iron deficiency factors shellfish consumption frequency of iron deficiency as a risk factor; residence city, meat consumption frequency, the frequency of egg consumption, focusing on diet, occupation is the protection of personnel is a factor in iron deficiency.③factors focus on the impact of calcium deficiency diet, the frequency of milk consumption, shellfish consumption frequency of the protective factors to calcium deficiency; live in rural areas is a risk factor for calcium deficiency.④the impact of factors calcium city of residence, occupation farmer, shellfish consumption frequency of milk consumption frequency of risk factors is calcium. The impact of factors⑤magnesium consumption frequency of vegetables, focusing on diet, magnesium magnesium deficiency on the fetus important protective factors.⑥The influencing factors of zinc deficiency of liver and kidney consumption frequency, consumption frequency of vegetables, eggs, food frequency, pay attention to diet, occupation is the staff are protective factors magnesium deficiency.⑦The influencing factors of high zinc consumption frequency of shellfish, liver and kidney consumption frequency, city of residence is a high risk factor for magnesium. (5)copper, iron, calcium, magnesium, zinc nutrition of the state of knowledge: women to master the copper, iron, calcium, magnesium, zinc level of knowledge is not high, especially for copper, magnesium, zinc nutrition knowledge about the less. 50.4% in the survey of pregnant women do not know the human body must be elements of copper, 42.6% of pregnant women do not know the magnesium and zinc is an essential element; survey of pregnant women foods high in iron and calcium than awareness of copper, magnesium, The awareness of high zinc foods. Conclusions (1) pregnant women in Baotou City, copper, iron, calcium, magnesium, zinc nutrition is more prevalent anomaly, should attract attention to the relevant departments, improve maternal and child health network, and improve various security systems, and timely monitoring and guidance to carry out the corresponding work, low educational level should low-income rural pregnant women and professional groups for domestic and unemployed persons to work as a focus of nutrition . (2) pregnant women in Baotou City of copper, iron, calcium, magnesium, zinc, iron nutrition-related knowledge, calcium is relatively low outside the other, copper, magnesium, zinc nutrition knowledge there are more problems, should be strengthened in the areas of health propaganda, conducting various forms of health education activities carried out in densely populated nutrition lectures, distribution and other relevant information to improve the nutrition of women of childbearing age on their own importance.
Comparative Analysis of Soil Microbial Flora of Diffrerent Forests in Tonglu and Tiantai of Zhejiang Province (Education Papers posted on February 25th, 2015 )
Soil microbe as an important component in forest,which was used as an indicator to evaluate forest , plays an important role in energy flow of soil and progress of material cycle. Therefore, it was significant to investigate the effects of floristic changes in soil microbe of forest on the healthy development of forest s.In the present study, three woodlands were chosen from , Zhejiang Province: Broadleaf forest (sample A), Masson pine-broadleaved mixed forest (sample B), and Masson pine plantation (sample C), and two woodlands were chosen from :Masson pine forest (sample D) and Broadleaf forest (sample E), all of which were performed microbiotic comparative analysis. Microflora in 0～50 cm soil layers of aboved 5 woodlands was observed using morphological analysis combined with molecular biology identification. The main results were as followed:1. The results showed that the quantitative proportions of microorganism in 5 forests communities were:Bacteria was the main microbial group, followed by actinomycetes, and eumycete was smallest.2. There were significant differences with a vertical distribution in the of soil microbe, the surface layer of which was significant higher compared to bottom layer, and all the vertical distributions of bacteria, fungi and actinomycetes had a gradually decreasing tendency with the increase of the soil depth.3. There were significant differences of the of soil microbe and distribution of dominant species in different forests and different seasons suggesting that the season, the differences of forest vegetation and edaphic condition were the principal factors to affect the of soil microbe.(1) The comparison of bacteria flora in 5 forests:The quantities of bacteria in 5 forests:There was three significant differences bacteria quantities between sample A and B、C in the surface layer, while no significant difference between sample D and E. There was significant differences bacteria quantities between sample B and A、C, and between sample D and E in the bottom layer, while no significant difference between sample A and C.The quantities of bacteria in the four seasons:in sample A and B germ had the maximum number in winter in two soil horizons. The surface layer of sample C and D, germ had the maximum number in winter and in the bottomsoil layer, the number reached its maximum in fall. In sample E surface layer, the peak of germ number appearred in spring and in bottom layer, it appearred in summer.The dominant species of soil bacteria were Lysinibacillus, Staphylococcus, Burkholderia, Arthrobacter, Paenibacillus, Micrococcus, Pseudomonas and Bacillus.(2) The comparison of fungi flora in 5 forests:The quantities of fungi in 5 forests:There was three significant differences bacteria quantities between sample A and B、C in the surface layer, while significant difference between sample D and E. There was significant differences fungi quantities between sample A and B、C in the bottom layer, while no significant difference between sample A and C, and between sample D and E.The quantities of fungi in the four seasons:in sample A, fungus’number had the maximum number in summer in two soil horizons, and fungus’number had the maximum number in fall in two soil horizons of sample B. The surface layer of sample C, fungus’number had the maximum number in summer and in the bottom soil layer, the number reached its maximum in fall. In sample D, the number reached its maximum in summer in two soil horizons. And in sample E, the fungus’number of two soil horizons reached its maximum in summer.The dominant species of soil fungi included Mortierella, Aspergillus,Penicillium, Trichoderma and Cladosporium.(3) The comparison of actinomycete flora in 5 forests:The quantities of actinomycete in 5 forests:There was significant differences bacteria quantities between sample A and B、C, and between sample D and E in the surface layer, while no significant difference between sample B and C. There was three significant differences actinomycete quantities between sample A and B、C, and between sample D and E. in the bottom layer.The quantities of actinomycete in the four seasons:in sample A, actinomycetes’number had the maximum number in summer in surface layer, while actinomycetes’ number of bottom layer had the maximum number in winter. Actinomycetes’number of sample B,it had the maximum number in winter, while the number reached its maximum in spring in bottom layer. The surface layer of sample C, Actinomycetes’ number had the maximum number in summer and in the bottom soil layer, the number reached its maximum in fall. In sample D, the number reached its maximum in winter. As for bottom layer, it was in sunmmer. And in sample E, the actinomycetes” number of two soil horizons reached its maximum in summer.The dominant species of soil actinomycete were Streptomyces, Nocardia,Micromonospora and Kitasatospora.