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Reduction of stomatal conductance in plants under water stress (125% ETc), in the absence of treatment with initial defoliation, results from a regulating behavior of the water balance, according to Mollard et al.
Since silver gray mulch has a bright surface and reflects more light, it had the highest stomal conductance (128.
Consequently, the unprocessed "raw" sensor conductance provides, in practice, the "cycle time" upon which a potentially less reliable estimate of soot flux is correlated.
Hypertonia: These points exhibit conductance above 70 (to 100) on the meter scale.
To find an expression for unbalanced current component [mathematical expression not reproducible], the nth harmonic conductance ([G.
Specific conductance of dilute solutions of propionic acid was read directly from the conductivity meter.
The thermal contact conductance can neither be measured nor calculated directly, so an accurate and efficient method for computing temperature distribution becomes quite important.
Specific conductance is a measure of the ability of a substance to conduct electricity across a unit length at a specific temperature.
Based on the findings of this research, the adsorption of formaldehyde on aluminum nitride nanotubes immediately causes charge transfer and narrows the energy gap which in turn increases the electric conductance of the tubes.
AE counting combined with water potential measurements is a reliable method to detect cavitations in different plant organs, but provides little information on the loss in hydraulic conductance [16, 22].
This theoretical/computational study examined a tunneling conductance between a scanning tunneling microscope (STM) tip and the surface of an extreme type-II superconductor in a high magnetic field and at zero temperature.