Comparing physiological and environmental temperature data for 211 bird and 178 mammal species, the scientists demonstrated that birds and mammals have adapted to geographic variation in environmental temperature by concerted changes in both metabolic heat production and thermal conductance
In other hand, under prolonged water deficit condition, plants decrease stomatal conductance
(gs) by change in stomatal size and/or stomatal density(SD) (Doheny-Adams et al., 2012; Franks et al., 2012).Stomatal conductance
is potentially one of the most significant physiological characters to improve adaptation to drought for selecting a particular pattern of stomatal behavior (Blumet al., 1981; Henzell et al., 1975).Increasing stomatal density improves maximum potential conductance
(Franks et al., 2009).
Increasing irrigation depths up to 110% of ETc, and potassium rates up to 96% of the recommended rate increased stomatal conductance
up to 0.3720 mol [H.sub.2]O [m.sup.-2] [s.sup.-1].
As can be seen in acetonitrile solvent, addition of the ligand to the metal ions solutions cause a continuous increase in molar conductance
of the solutions.
fluctuations are observed, and they decrease as [T.sub.L] increase from [T.sub.L] = 0.32 to 50 K, which are typical properties in disordered mesoscopic graphene [24-27].
The ratio of different layers to their respective resistivities is known as longitudinal conductance
. The properties of the conducting layers is determined interms of the longitudinal conductance
and resistive layer by transverse resistance (Yungul, 1996; Nwanko et al., 2011; Slater, 2007).
The team concluded that eye tracking is more dependable than skin conductance
as a distinguisher between someone one who suffers from social anxiety and someone who does not.
The MDTS algorithm goes through an iterative learning process that computes which of all possible positions is best for placing silicon or germanium in order to achieve the desired degree of thermal conductance
During the sensing time period, there are two distinct phases of the sensor's electrical conductance
behavior: a "deadband" phase when the sensor's conductance
does not noticeably change even though the sensor surface is collecting soot, and an "active" phase when the sensor's conductance
increases noticeably in response to increasing soot loading.
and heart rate in women with premenstrual syndrome.
The effects of neuronal noise added to the stimulus, the conductance
, and the modulation function are investigated, respectively, based on a circadian input skewed in sine function proposed by Daan et al.