Julian date


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Julian date

(jool′yăn)
[Julius Caesar, Roman general, ca 44 b.c., who devised the Julian calendar]
In medical records, identifying a calendar date by using a code for the day of the year. Each day is numbered sequentially from 1 through 365, or 366 on leap years.
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All progeny were censused for the Julian dates of initiation and completion of flowering, plant height at the onset of flowering, and final inflorescence height.
The temporal effect of Julian date on barn owl detection during the early-breeding season could correspond to increasing breeding activities such as vocalizations, courtship and defense of nesting territories.
Differences between calendar dates are simple when expressed as Julian dates. The date of writing this note, Feb.
In fall generations, TF larvae do not occur until a later Julian date. Sap-feeding larvae are presumably encountered more frequently by parasitoids searching for hosts during the fall generation.
The laser is tasked with marking human-readable and barcoded information, including Julian dates, serial numbers, supplier codes, and part number data.
They called the Gregorian dates "New Style" and the Julian dates "Old Style."
Thus, from the mid-1960s until just a few years ago, programmers wrote the logic of Julian dates into every record created, in every file processed.
The range consists of four models, with both the NX2 and NX4 available in either continuous or intermittent configurations, and can print real-time, texts/codes, autocodes, graphic, Julian dates and the full range of barcodes, including sequential barcodes.
It supports a wide range of date formats and coding options, including Julian dates, serial numbering and 'tower' printing.
Julian dates can be found from the numbers just above the month names on the chart's left.
To predict future minima, the following new formula for the heliocentric Julian dates of eclipses is used here: Min.