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Solar Physics Research Trends
The single scattering from anisomeric irregularities has a number of interesting
features, such as strong aspect sensitivity. It is common to do research only for
the cases where the irregularities are in the distant zone. The scattering indicatrix
Rice Genetics: Proceedings of the International Rice ...
The cross of Aus 252/Khao Lo showed such a segregation pattern (Fig. 1a),
which is typical of anisomeric genes — the Ef series. The F2 distribution pattern is
identical to the crosses of photoperiod-sensitive/insensitive varieties grown under
International Rice Research Institute, 1986
In addition, the spectral transmission depends on the display voltage (i.e.
luminance or gray level) and the direction of light propagation (Silverstein and
Fiske, 1993). Liquid crystals (LCs) are complex, anisomeric organic molecules
that, under ...
Geomagnetism and Aeronomy
plane than in the meridional; this is probably associated with the fact that
ionospheric inhomogenei- ties are anisomeric, extending mainly in the direction
of the magnetic meridian [3, 4] . The experimental results give reason to believe
that the ...
Dictionary of Plant Breeding, Second Edition
anisogamete: A >>> gamete that differs in size, appearance, structure, or >>> sex
chromosome content from the gamete of the opposite sex bot anisogamy:
Unequal gametes fusing during fertilization bot anisomeric: Nonequivalent genes
Rolf H. J. Schlegel, 2009
Chemical Aspects of Rice Grain Quality
... anisomeric genes with incomplete dominance, cumulative and unequal effect.
The strength of dormancy appears to be related to the number of such genes in
which the two parents differ from each other (Chang and Yen 1969; Chang and ...
International Rice Research Institute
(1982) suggested a globular shape, while research by Garrigos and co-workers (
1992) supported a more anisomeric model, in agreement with other researchers (
Milligan and Flicker, 1987; Karijama, 1988). For further information on the ...
N.A. Michael Eskin, Fereidoon Shahidi, 2012
Handbook of Bioplastics and Biocomposites Engineering ...
The basic drawback of materials based on starch and a softener is the low
mechanical properties. A promising direction in mechanical property of plasticize
starch (PS) is the introduction of anisomeric (fibrous or lamellar) particles of a
Modern Magnetic Resonance: Part 1: Applications in ...
With very few exceptions (such as lyotropic cubic phases), LCs [1 l] are formed by
anisomeric objects, often called mesogenic units. Liquid crystalline ordering
stems from the anisotropic pair potential among those objects Graham A. Webb (
Text Book of Biochemistry
They demonstrated that the addition of nitrite to salmon roe stabilized the color,
possibly through anisomeric alteration of the astaxanthin. the accumulation of
dietary carotenoid with or without subsequent alterations is the basis for many ...
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A novel approach to control the microstructure of carbon nanotubes
Preliminary experiments revealed that anisomeric "graphite - nongraphite - graphite - nongraphite..." CNTs could be synthesized when a ... «Nanowerk LLC, Nov 06»