low-intensity light

low-intensity light

A runway or threshold light from which the light distribution through 360° of azimuth and a selected 6° in the vertical is not less than 10 candlepower in white light.
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The percentage of calling females at any given time in the scotophase remained the highest in the low-intensity light (0.
At 1 h into the scotophase, the incidence of mating was significantly higher in low-intensity light (0.
0 lux), whereas calling behavior was the most frequent in low-intensity light (0.
Constant illumination with the LEDs' low-intensity light can activate each molecule of Aptocine many times, resulting in a continuous supply of singlet oxygen molecules that can kill target tissues with minimal side effects through vascular closure, apoptosis, and a potential immune response.
As the sorters discarded defective cherries from among hundreds passing by each minute, cool white fluorescent bulbs emitted low-intensity light that also reflected from white uniforms, a white conveyor belt, and stainless steel tables.
Microlight Sensors' current products make it possible to capture extremely low-intensity light and radiation near the wavelength range of infrared light.
Litx uses low-intensity light that causes vascular closure and apoptosis, or "programmed cell death.
2008876-1 (Digi-Key # A99857-ND) 10mm low-intensity light engine assembly
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Using low-intensity lights for small plants, or stronger, more expensive lights for larger ones, you can induce heavy winter flowering in everything from orchids to African violets.

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