isoline


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Related to isoline: isopleth, isobar, isotherm

i·so·line

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

(ˈaɪsəʊˌlaɪn)
n
(Physical Geography) another term for isopleth
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In 2004, an animal feeding trial demonstrated that N7070bt maize diets supported broiler growth with mortality and feed conversion rate (FCR) similar to that supported by the N7070 isoline control [10].
Isoline maps for the sand content--SC (g [kg.sup.-1]), soil moisture--SM (g [g.sup.-1]), height of the first ear--HFC (cm), number of leaves--NL, length of the A3 sheet--DA3L (cm), plant height --PH (m), and weight of green cob--WGC (kg) for the absence (BS) and the presence of mulching (CS)
Biological characteristics of Heliothis virescens fed with Bt -soybean MON 87701 x MON 89788 and its conventional isoline. Annals of the Brazilan Academy of Sciences, v.
The mean used was calculated using the percentage of flying parasitoids per California isoline in both humidity conditions, and the number of egg cards parasitized by wasps from the same isolines in the field experiment carried out by Coelho Jr.
(1990), where on their log scale the Ba/N[H.sub.4] data falls below the isoline (1 : 1) for KCl values exceeding ~200 mg/kg.
The control was made by conventional isoline 30F35, wherein the test was carried out in conventional maize leaves 30F35 in T.
The vast majority of dolphinfish ICPUE occurred, for the 10-year average, west of the 0.20 mg/[m.sup.3] isoline. This area with values of chl-a concentration lower than 0.20 mg/[m.sup.3] represented most of the oceanic zone, with the exception of an area east of ~104[degrees]W.
Therefore, when using this index isoline to mark the boundary of the failed zone in rock masses, a threshold smaller than 1.0 should be selected.
For example, at 0600 UTC 30 July 2014 when the TC Matmo landed China, two obvious small-scale perturbations with simulated SLP less than 991.5 hPa appeared at the eastern and western sides of the main body (i.e., the isoline of 993 hPa) of Matmo (Figure 6(a)).