net flux


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net flux

the difference between the two unidirectional fluxes.
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One of the probe technology to be incorporated is the net flux radiometer.
The net flux of water per unit volume of the soil can be obtained by differentiating the water phase constitutive relation with respect to time:
Net flux of endotoxin via mesenteric-drained viscera = concentrations of antioxidants in the mesenteric blood x mesenteric blood flow
The net flux of VFA across splanchnic tissuesNet portal appearances and net hepatic releaseof VFAs were not significantly different (P greater than 0.05) between the diets (Table V).
There were no difference on net flux of BOHB across splanchnic tissues between two diets but net hepatic release and PDV plus hepatic output were lower by 29.55 % (P=0.16)and 23.59% (P=0.18) in goats fed HC vs.
where [V.sub.+] and [V.sub._] indicate the vectors of the net flux into and from the [X.sub.i] pool, respectively, and [G] and [H] represent the matrices of the kinetic orders, [g.sub.ij] and [h.sub.i,j], respectively.
The three phase-flux vectors are transformed on to a stationary orthogonal [alpha]-[beta] reference frame to calculate the net flux. The torque and flux errors are generated by the hysteresis comparator based on the difference between reference and actual values of torque and stator flux respectively.
The net flux is obtained by subtracting a drainage term from this quantity.
The difference between emigration and immigration is shown in Table 2 as the net flux in biomass and as the net flux in numbers.