noninductive


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noninductive

[‚nän·in′dək·tiv]
(electricity)
Having negligible or zero inductance.
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The noninductive resistor of a TBO-60 type with the nominal of 47 kOhm was used as the resistance [R.
However, only the long-day scion was able to maintain vegetative growth when grafted to the day-neutral plant under noninductive photoperiods.
Soybean flowering, or more accurately, photoperiod-sensitivity genes seem to function to inhibit flowering under noninductive conditions.
Peak-to-peak voltage was measured in the pure cut mode and highest power setting using a 100-[omega] noninductive resistor and a Tektronix 465B Oscilloscope with a 10X probe at 50 volts per division vertical scale.
The details are spelled out in the standard, but basically the 5-[micro]s pulse at 400 V is precalibrated into a noninductive 5-[ohm] resistor.
Recent developments in the industry and have resulted in the availability of a noninductive wirewound device with a true 3W power rating.
A degree of common functionality has been demonstrated between FCA of Arabidopsis and the maturity locus E3 of soybean with regard to their response to inductive and noninductive daylengths.
The scientific mission of NSTX includes studies of noninductive startup, current sustainment and profile control of the plasma; confinement and transport of energy in the plasma; pressure limits and self-driven currents; edge effects and exhaust; and stability and disruption avoidance.
The E1, E3, and E4 alleles detect noninductive long photoperiods and delay flowering while under inductive short photoperiods, E1E1, E3E3, E4E4, and elele3e3e4e4 lines flower earlier and similarly (Cober et al.
In soybean, most dominant E alleles studied to date function to detect noninductive photoperiods and delay flowering.
The fact that floral initiation occurred at a later leaf stage in spring than summer suggests that spring tillers emerge into noninductive conditions and do not initiate until temperatures or photoperiods increase.
1967) indicated that noninductive cycles with photoperiods of 18 to 24 h [d.