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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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Figure 5 illustrates magnetic field structure in the computational domain by means of isolines of the magnetostatic potential.
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.
A raster layer for average annual rainfall erosivity was derived from a map of R factor isolines (Renard et al.
The dashed (solid) brown lines denote the 0.274 mm [day.sup.-1] precipitation isolines in the synthetic 1902 (2013) precipitation map obtained from the endpoint analysis.
Figures 10(a) and 10(b) show the distribution of the Mises stress isolines with the different particle size random model and same particle size random model in the case of the uniaxial tensile test with displacement x = 2 [micro]m; models are created with four RVEs in the x and y directions in an RVE array.
The response surface in the composition-property diagrams was represented using isolines. The response functions were coercive field ([H.sub.c]), saturation magnetization ([M.sub.s]), resonant field ([H.sub.R]), width of the EPR peak ([DELTA][H.sub.pp]), and intensity of the EPR peak of the spectrum (I, a.u.).
Figure 10 shows the isolines for the point safety factor and collapse of the rock mass around the section at stake K 0 + 310 after the excavation of the first layer of the #4 diversion tunnel.
Caption: Figure 9: Vertical cross sections along 31[degrees]N of equivalent potential temperature black solid lines, unit: K; the red solid lines are isolines of 345 K, specific humidity (orange dashed lines, unit: g x [kg.sup.-1]), vertical velocity (shaded, unit: cm x [s.sup.- 1]) at (a) 1200 UTC 4 July, (b) 1700 UTC 4 July.
Using the 2D models (Figure 5) revealed that the areas with negative values were delimited by isolines of -80 nT, which should define the deepest parts of the basin (Figure 4).
For both the contour plots, a significant discrepancy is observed between the solid isolines associated with the proposed solution and the dashed isolines arising from King's approach.
The two Bt corn isolines used in the study were as follows: Herculex[R] I (event TC1507), which contained the gene for the insecticidal protein Cry1F, and genotype PowerCore[R] (event MON89034 x MONO0603 x DAS01507), which contained five genes with stacking traits that code for three different Bt proteins (Cry1F + Cry1A.105 + Cry2Ab2) with insecticidal effects and two genes (PAT + EPSPS) that code for tolerance to the herbicides glyphosate and glufosinate.
Figures 1, 2 and 3 show the isolines of velocities of vertical movements of the Earth's crust surface in the Sudety Mts.