control grid


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control grid

[kən′trōl ‚grid]
(electronics)
A grid, ordinarily placed between the cathode and an anode, that serves to control the anode current of an electron tube.
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In Chi-Square Contingency Tests for spring, autumn, and winter, species composition (the number of individuals captured in summer was too low to perform a meaningful test), data from untreated grids were combined and data from control grids were combined.
In the general area of known mineralization, an extensive control grid was established and geological mapping, soil sampling and geophysical tests were carried out.
At present, most of the initial control grid has been cut, extensive soil sampling has begun and an excavator has been moved onto the property in preparation for trenching Magnometer, vlf-em and IP surveys are forthcoming, pending the geophysical crew's arrival.
The California Power Exchange Friday began offering a voluntary Bookout energy delivery scheduling option designed to lower the cost of purchasing energy at state border tie-points connected to California's electrical transmission control grid.
In the present study, we analyzed the extracts of 556 blood samples from 298 mice from the non-vaccine control grids by a multiplex, quantitative real-time PCR for 16S rDNA that discriminated between B.
Gradient control grids used at these sites raise local earth potentials in the same way gradient control wires do.
The total numbers of individual Peromyscus leucopus captured in each exclosure during each year of the 10 y study were compared to the total numbers of individuals captured in their companion control grids by paired t-tests (EXCEL, Microsoft Inc.
Of the four trapping grids, two were maintained as experimental grids and two as control grids at all times throughout this study.