intermittent illumination

intermittent illumination

A type of fire in which illuminating projectiles are fired at irregular intervals.
Dictionary of Military and Associated Terms. US Department of Defense 2005.
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The findings of this research were similar to the observations reported by Feltman and Nakaue, Quarles and Kling [8,9] for the broilers on continuous and intermittent illuminations. The results of this work are also consistent with the findings of Cave [10] and Perry [11], who reported no significant difference in weight gain of broilers reared under continuous and intermittent light programmes (1L: 3D) at 42 and 56 days of age respectively.

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