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The proportion of food energy expended for metabolism throughout the insect life span is approximately 30% in both females and males.


The dose of 104 mol/kg proved most efficient to increase the life span of the shortlived subpopulation, while the dose of 1014 mol/kg increased the life span of the longlived subpopulation.


The northern populations have increased life span of imago, which leads to repeated postwinter reproduction during several seasons.


BHT retards seedling growth, presumably by suppression of cell elongation, and it increases the life span of the coleoptile.


The analysis revealed a statistically significant correlation between life span and urinary content of (±)trans7,8dihydroxy7,8dihydrobenzo[a]pyrene (7,8BP) in rats treated with BP.


The equilibrium values of solubility of tetraethoxylated pnonylphenol (Neonol AF94) and sorbitan monolaurate (Span20) at 293 K in water are 3.67 × 105 and 1.03 × 105 M, respectively.


A LongLived Parasite Extending the Host Life Span: The Pearl Mussel Margaritifera margaritifera Elongates Host Life by Turns ou


A decrease in the dose of the lgl tumor suppressor increases life span of Drosophila in stress and is related to the maternal ef


The effect of radiation and various metabolic inhibitors on the cell life span in the root meristem


Equations in finite form are obtained for the forces and moments for a rectangular wing of infinite span, and also for triangular wings with positive and negative sweep, for the case when the gust intensity varies linearly.


Deformation of the water surface behind a hydrofoil of finite span


A wing profile of infinite span, whose lower surface is replaced by a system of guide vanes, is placed in a flow of an ideal incompressible fluid.


Approximate computation of the cavitational flow around small span wings


The linearized problem of a completely cavitating wing of the small span λ is considered.


Analysis of the separation flow around a finite span thin wing


It is shown that in the general case when the pressure in the wing span direction varies mainly by an order, high transverse velocities originate because of the smallness of the density within the boundary layer.


Hypersonic viscous shock layer on sweptback wings of infinite span at different angles of attack


A study is made of the flow of a viscous compressible gas in a hypersonic shock layer on sweptback wings of infinite span with blunt leading edge at different angles of attack.


Calculations are given of the pressure distribution over the span for a number of different flow regimes and the pressure coefficients in the middle of the wing are compared with a numerical solution presented partly in [6].


Direct and inverse problems of flow over a wing of finite span in the linear formulation

