isochronal


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isochronal

, isochronous
occurring at equal time intervals; having a uniform period of vibration or oscillation
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Figure 6 shows comparative isochronal plots of the dielectric constant ([epsilon]') and the dielectric loss ([epsilon]") around glass transition temperatures of the amorphous (first run) and semi-crystalline (second run) PLA and its nanocomposites at 10.
Although heterochronal spawners might not benefit from predator satiation as much as isochronal spawners, they do benefit from an increase in fecundity, a spread of predation risk, a spread of larval impact on their prey, and a decrease in the risk of spawning eggs in unfavorable conditions (12).
TSX-V: TAO) (OTCQX: TAOIF), a Canadian-based production and exploration company with operations focused exclusively in New Zealand, has announced that a four-point Isochronal flow test was completed over the main discovery zone in the Sidewinder-2 discovery well.
Previous studies have shown that this fish is a synchronous spawner (also known as a total or isochronal spawner), with two groups of different sized ovocytes; the larger diameter group is released during the first spawning (Young et al.
One example he highlighted is AMC's C-5 Galaxy regionalized isochronal inspection program.
Beyond the collective imagination, the possession of a car broke secular isolations, allowed the populace to discover mobility and radically shortened the isochronal lines of an Italy divided into thousands of villages.
It is based on a framework of isochronal time (now increasingly digitized), where each beat of time is equivalent though unrepeatable and only invested superfluously (as a topographical map might have a toponymic overlay) with human meaning.
TSgt Darrel Cumpton and SSgt Antone Thompson of the 55th Maintenance Squadron were performing a maintenance engine run on an OC-135 OPEN SKIES aircraft as part of the periodic Isochronal Inspection.
Reproductive development of Stripped Mullet in Louisiana estuarine waters with notes on the applicability of reproductive assessment methods for isochronal species.