Phenotypic distributions of panicle angle and number of spikelets per panicle were investigated in P 1, P 2, F 1and F 2 generations(in 2002) and P 1, P 2, F 1, F 2, F (2∶3) generations(in 2003) from the cross Bing 8979(erect panicle, japonica rice) and C Bao(curved panicle, japonica rice).
2. the conidiophores are long, microconidia oval to long ellipsoid, 4-6 ×5-23μm, macroconidia slightly curved with blunt ends, 3-4 septa, 18-33×4-6.5μm, wall of chlamydospore smooth or rough, which is F.
In this paper, the boundary stabilization of the Timoshenko equation of a nonuniform beam, with clamped boundary condition at one end and with bending moment and shear force controls at the other end, is considered.
It is proved that the system is exponentially stabilizable when the bending moment and shear force controls are simultaneously applied.
A fourth-order variational inequality of the second kind arising in a plate frictional bending problem is considered.
We then present the arithmetic for dynamic automatic identification of standing tree limbs, extracting basic growth characteristics of the standing trees such as the form, size, degree of bending and their relative spatial position.
Under the high bending vibration mode, resonance frequency and other parameters of longitudinal and radial wood were tested.
The columns under low cyclic lateral loading mainly failed in the flexural-shear mode.
Four-point bending flexural tests were conducted to one full-size reinforced concrete (RC) beam and three full-size RC beams strengthened with carbon fiber plates (CFPs).
The experimental results showed that the consumption of CFP had significant effects on failure modes and the flexural capacity.
The flow by a plane stream of an ideal liquid around a cylindrical shell of zero flexural stiffness (a soft cylindrical shell), or a gas bubble on the boundary of which forces of tension act, was studied in [1-6].
We consider the flow, around a flexible cylindrical shell which possesses a flexural stiffness and at the same time admits large displacements, by a plane system of an ideal incompressible liquid.
Euclidean geometry of curved exponential families and its application to confidence regions
Efron and Amari presented a Riemannian geometric framework for curved exponential families and studied the information loss and the variance of the estimate using this framework.
Based on this new framework, we study confidence regions for curved exponential families which have not been studied by Efron and Amari.
The MP is equipped with ferromagnetic adhesive devices and can work on a spatial curved surface.
The contradiction between mobility and load-bearing ability is analyzed, and the problem of self-adaptation to the curved face is solved using differential-driven wheeled locomotion with ferromagnetic adhesive devices.