effective yield 
After transfer of a darkadapted cell to actinic light, the effective yield of PSII photochemistry (ΔF/Fm') underwent different induction changes in cell regions where acid and alkaline zones were produced.


The PSII effective yield decreased for 515 min of illumination in cell regions forming the alkaline bands but increased after the initial decline in the acid regions.


The elasticoplastic properties and the effective yield stress of the inhomogeneous plate are calculated on an electronic computer.


Groundwater velocity was calculated as a function of hydraulic conductivity, hydraulic gradient and effective yield of pore space.


When a darkadapted cell was exposed to actinic light, the PSII effective yield decreased within 515?min in the alkaline regions but rose after the initial decline in the acid regions.


Corresponding midday PSII effective yield and linear electron transport rates peaked at late spring and early summer with the exposed side always displaying lower values for effective yield, but higher values for electron transport rate.


The strong outflow results in a substantial loss of metals from the galaxy to its surroundings, and a lower effective yield in the galaxy.


The data suggested that sugar transport and translocation may be used as biochemical criteria for rapid screening of effective yield enhancing bioregulators.


The simulation results also show that the SRMEMS leads to effective yield increase compared to nonBISRS design, especially for a moderate initial yield.


The main amendments bear upon the choice of the numeraire and the rejection of both the capital market line and the effective yield's positive marginal utilityfrequently assumed in empirical analysis.


This occurs when the effective yield stress of the material is very low or the dislocation glide mobility very high.


The profile for the effective yield surface is obtained at four different particle volume fractions.


It is shown that stress triaxiality affects significantly the effective yield stress and the local stress concentrations.


The positions of the maxima of the effective yield of the (MH) ions on the energy scale of the electrons for condensed hydrocarbons and biphenyl coincide with the maximum yield of the (MH) ions for benzene.


Existence of a common temperature dependence of the effective yield strength component in ferritepearlite carbon and alloy steels in the annealed, normalized, and heattreated states is established.


Curves are derived for the effective yield of negative ions from the interaction of electrons with thiophene, 2methylthiophene, 2propylthiophene, 3methylthiophene, 3propylthiophene, furan, and selenophene.


For precipitates larger than one micron (μm), the effective yield stress is taken as the macroscopic yield stress while for smaller precipitates, sizedependent yield stresses are obtained from the AshbyJohnson model.


In the case of coherent submicron precipitates, the effective yield stress becomes the theoretical yield strength and thus plastic relaxation is not possible unless the transformation stress is extremely large.


For incoherent submicron precipitates, the effective yield stress is approximately inversely proportional to the precipitate radius,r.


For supramicron particles, however, the ratio of the effective yield stress to the shear modulus becomes 103 or less, and plastic relaxation can reduce the strain energy by factors of 3 to 15 at misfits of 1 to 3 pct.

