Moreover, the developmental threshold temperatures of the eggs, larvae and pupae was estimated as (8.7±2.5), (11.9±6.0) and(6.9±1.8)℃, respectively. The effective accumulative temperature the eggs, larvae and pupae are(82.5±5.1), (222.2±39.5) and (178.7±7.3) degree-days, respectively.
Under the constant temperature of 10,14,17,20,23,26,29,32 and 35℃, when the temperature increased, the developmental period from egg to pupae of Actinote anteas (Doubleday & Hewitson) became shorter, and the developing rate and the number of instar increased.
The top-quality fiber can be produced under the condition as: spinning fluid concentration 6% , apparent viscosity 740 mPas, spinning die temperature 25℃ , the heat air temperature 50℃~55℃, and winding speed 28.48 meter per minute, draw ratio 3, drawing temperature 110℃, tension- setting temperature 90℃ and thermal setting time 25 minute.
The assumption that the temperature anisotropies of the CMB are a realisation of a statistically isotropic Gaussian random field on the sphere is questioned.
In the theoretical analyses, the second-order error estimates are obtained for electrical potential in discrete L2 and H1 norms, and for the temperature in L2 norm.
The main process parameters studied in this work were the voltage, the flow rate of the spinning fluid, the distance between the spinneret and the nanofiber collector and the temperature in the spinning chamber.
The contact angle increases with increasing temperature, and it tends to approach a constant when the temperature is higher than 50°C.
The experiment results show that the realization of thermal isolation structure in substrate-free FPA increases the temperature rise of the deflecting leg effectively, whereas the noise equivalent temperature difference (NETD) is about 200 mK.
Results indicated that photosynthetic available radiation, air temperature and relative humidity can affect xylem embolism by daily adjustment of stomatal conductance, transpiration rate and water relations of a tree.
The results showed that: 1) the wind velocity and sand transport rate in the plantation were less than those in dunes; 2) the air temperature in the plantation was lower than those in dunes.
The environmental factors, including relative humidity (RH), precipitation, vapor pressure deficit (VPD), photosynthetically active radiation (PAR), and air temperature (Ta) were recorded simultaneously.
Sap flow velocity had significant positive correlations with solar radiation, air temperature, vapor pressure deficit and wind speed and a negative correlation with air relative humidity.
Under such stress conditions, air temperature was the primary factor to affect Tr in July and August and photosynthetically active radiation (PAR) was the primary factor in October.