thermoresistance

thermoresistance

[-risis′təns]
an ability to tolerate heat, as in certain thermophilic bacteria.
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Effect of electrical stimulation of inoculated pork tissue on the thermoresistance of Lactobacillus plantarum, Pseudomonas putrefaciens and Streptococcus faecalis.
Thermoresistance depends very much on the moisture contents (mc) of the seeds.
The thermoresistance of seeds can be divided into four categories, based on the survival characteristics as influenced by seed moisture contents and temperature; 1) low seed mc, low and medium T, 2) medium seed mc, high T, 3) high seed mc, medium T, and 4) high seed me, high T.
Differences in Thermoresistance between Weed Species
Sterilization induced some inactivation, but thermoresistance was higher at acid pH (90% residual activity; pH 4) than at basic pH (57% residual activity; pH 8).
The experiments were performed when the oil has constant temperature (the equilibrium temperature was measured by the thermoresistance 3).
This may lead to thermoresistance of the tumor cells and a reduced efficiency of hyperthermia therapy.
Cereplast resins are manufactured by means of a proprietary process that begins with a natural biopolymer, such NatureWorks PLA (polylactic acid), which is blended with other compostable components including corn or wheat starch, and then treated with nanoparticles for enhanced structural and thermoresistance characteristics.
Modulation of cellular thermoresistance and actin filament stability accompanies phosphorylation-induced changes in the oligomeric structure of heat shock protein 27.
2[degrees]C, while secondary fluid flow temperature sensors are Pt100 thermoresistance with an accuracy of [+ or -]0.
The company's HDT3000 Vicat test station is equipped with a microprocessor controlled thermoresistance to individually monitor and record the test temperature.
In the refrigerant circuit, the temperatures are measured with four-wire Pt100 thermoresistances (RTD).