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i·so·line

 (ī′sə-līn′)
n.
A line on a map, chart, or graph connecting points of equal value. Also called isogram.

isoline

(ˈaɪsəʊˌlaɪn)
n
(Physical Geography) another term for isopleth
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Comparison of chlorophyll and carotenoid contents in Russian wheat aphid (Homoptera: Aphididae)-infested wheat isolines.
400s or 300s) are derived from the same parent rather than being genetic isolines.
At the highest level examined here (bottom-right map), the larger and smaller distances clearly are localized along each axis, grading toward average values in a "propeller-like" pattern that corresponds with the Tissot angular deformation isolines.
To CIBNOR personnel: the staff editor for improving the English text, Oscar Armendariz for drawing the map of Laguna Ojo de Liebre, and Jesus Bautista for calculating the salinity isolines.
The results are shown on a map of the area (Figure 1), with isolines of arsenic concentration in mg/L demarcating the affected zones and the variations found in arsenic content.
These early analyses of climate suitability used available climate station data to create crude isolines of suitable areas for either cool or warm climate grape varieties.
Using the fully calibrated model, the mean annual equipotential isolines of every hydrogeological unit have been simulated for both predevelopment conditions and for 1976 (Vallner 2002).
GeographicField is represented by FieldRepresentation, that may be of the following types: GridOfCells, AdjPolygons, Isolines, GridOfPoints, TIN.
Yield, flowering, and leaf area index of okra-leaf and normal-leaf cotton isolines.
Exhibit 1 maps out the residential locations of all questionnaire respondents together with a set of isolines indicating the generalized spatial pattern of the digital visual effects industry in southern California.
Carbon isotope discrimination (CID) has proved to be a useful predictive tool for selection of salt and drought tolerant isolines in plant breeding," according to Dr.