photophase


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photophase

(ˈfəʊtəʊˌfeɪz)
n
(Biology) biology the phase of photosynthesis that requires light
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The bioassay evaluations were performed under the same laboratory condition for 12h photophase.
Weight of males and females (mg) (X [+ o -] EP) (A), number of eggs (X [+ o -] SE) (B) and survival of eggs (% [+ o -] EP) (C) of Chrysoperla externa, whose larvae were fed on different preys, in laboratory (25[grados]C, RU 70 %, Photophase 12 h).
zeamais with 10 to 14 days of age, arranged in each replicate and maintained in a BOD (Biochemical oxygen demand) chamber, at temperature of 25 [+ or -] 3[degrees]C, humidity of 70 [+ or -] 10% and photophase of 12 h.
fraterculus were performed with no-choice and free-choice, under laboratory conditions (25 [+ or -] 3[degrees]C, relative humidity of 60 [+ or -] 10% and photophase of 14 hours).
axyridis adults were collected in pine in September 2008, in Curitiba, PR, and reared in 500mL plastic containers in an environmental chamber at 25[degrees]C [+ or -] 1[degrees]C, RH70% [+ or -] 10%, and photophase of 12 h.
The test tubes containing PDA medium were autoclaved at 121*C (15 Psi) for 15-20 minutes and incubated at 27+-1*C, 80+-5% relative humidity and photophase of 12 hours for 15 days.
Enhanced biological performance of intensive seabream (Sparus aurata) larviculture in the presence of phytoplankton with long photophase.
The room was kept at 26 [degrees] C to 28 [degrees] C during photophase (0700-1900) and at 22 [degrees] C to 24 [degrees]C during scotophase.