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*  RNA thermometer
... and induces protective proteins when cell temperature exceeds 37 °C (body temperature), thus preventing the cells from ... As temperature increases, the hairpin structure can 'melt' and expose the RBS or Shine-Dalgarno sequence to permit binding of ... When exposed to temperatures above 45 °C, the stem-loop that base-pairs opposite the Shine-Dalgarno sequence becomes unpaired ... The first temperature-sensitive RNA element was reported in 1989. Prior to this research, mutations upstream from the ...
*  Timeline of temperature and pressure measurement technology
Rømer scale), The temperature scale used for his thermometer had 0 representing the temperature of a salt and ice mixture (at ... Timeline of temperature and pressure measurement technology. A history of temperature measurement and pressure measurement ... Kinetic theory) 1742 - Anders Celsius proposed a temperature scale in which 100 represented the temperature of melting ice and ... 1744 - Carl Linnaeus suggested reversing the temperature scale of Anders Celsius so that 0 represented the freezing point of ...
*  Canned fish
From a public safety point of view, foods with low acidity (a pH more than 4.6) need sterilization under high temperature (116- ... For example, the microorganism Clostridium botulinum (which causes botulism), can only be eliminated at temperatures above the ... 130 °C). To achieve temperatures above the boiling point requires a method of pressurized cooking which is provided by the ...
*  Surgical humidification
These devices aim to condition the gas to body temperature and 100% Relative Humidity (although the exact temperature and ... "Impact of temperature and humidity of carbon dioxide pneumoperitoneum on body temperature and peritoneal morphology". Journal ... Temperature loss during surgery, due to tissue drying, can be prevented by adequately humidifying and heating the CO2. During ... Unconditioned medical-grade CO2 has virtually no moisture and enters the abdomen at room temperature (19 to 21 °C). The ...
*  List of temperature sensors
"Digital Temperature Sensor STS3x". www.sensirion.com. Retrieved 2016-12-15. "Digital Temperature Sensor STS3x". www.sensirion. ... Accuracy (Typical) : Typical IC accuracy Accuracy (Max) : Maximum IC accuracy Linear Temperature Slope : Linear temperature ... It generally depends of the temperature range and the linear temperature slope values. Package : IC package(s) Availability ... IC Designation Temperature Range : Die temperature range where the IC can operate. ...
*  Apparent temperature
... is the temperature equivalent perceived by humans, caused by the combined effects of air temperature, ... The wet-bulb globe temperature (WBGT) combines the effects of radiation, humidity, temperature and wind speed on the perception ... Equivalent temperature Thermal comfort#Interplay of temperature and humidity. ... The heat index and humidex measure the effect of humidity on the perception of temperatures above 27 °C (80 °F). In humid ...
*  Minimum resolvable temperature difference
Minimum detectable temperature difference (MDTD), also called minimum detectable temperature (MDT), is not the same phenomenon ... i.e. the infrared camera's ability to resolve detail, in this case temperature. F ( x ) = Δ t ( i ) f s ( i ) {\displaystyle F( ... Minimum resolvable temperature difference (MRTD) is a measure for assessing the performance of infrared cameras, and is ... Typically, an operator is asked to assess the minimum temperature difference at which a 4 bar target can be resolved. This ...
*  Superheated water
The solubility of gases in water is usually thought to decrease with temperature, but this only occurs to a certain temperature ... Superheated water can be more corrosive than water at ordinary temperatures, and at temperatures above 300 °C special corrosion ... All materials change with temperature, but superheated water exhibits greater changes than would be expected from temperature ... so relative permittivity decreases with temperature to about 7 at the critical temperature. At 205 °C the relative permittivity ...
*  Fungiculture
Substrate composition and the geometry of growth substrate will also affect the ideal times and temperatures. Pinning is the ... Indoor growing provides the ability to tightly regulate light, temperature and humidity while excluding contaminants and pests ... Specific time spans and temperatures required during stages 3-6 will vary respective to species and variety. ... All mushroom growing techniques require the correct combination of humidity, temperature, substrate (growth medium) and ...
*  MSU temperature measurements
The resulting temperature profiles depend on details of the methods that are used to obtain temperatures from radiances. As a ... A graph comparing of the surface, balloon and satellite records (2007 archive) HadAT radiosonde temperature graphs Temperature ... and mid-tropospheric temperature show warming rates that are similar to those of the surface temperature record and are ... The Satellite Temperature Records: Parts 1 and 2 May 1996 "CCSP sap 1.1" (PDF). Archived from the original (PDF) on 2010-12-24 ...
*  Electronic Temperature Instruments
... Ltd is the UK's largest digital thermometer and temperature probe manufacturer. The purpose- ... Today, Electronic Temperature Instruments Ltd has 2 factories (40,000 sq. ft.) and over 50 distributors around the world.[ ... Electronic Temperature Instruments (ETI) is a worldwide manufacturer and distributor of thermometers, portable test and ... ETI has expanded its product line to include a large variety of temperature measuring instruments, such as thermometers, data ...
*  Alpine climate
Biotemperature is defined as the temperature, except all temperatures below 0 °C (32 °F) are treated as 0 °C (32 °F), because ... As the pressure gets lower, the temperature decreases. The rate of decrease of temperature with elevation is known as the ... where no month has a mean temperature higher than 10 °C (50 °F). The temperature profile of the atmosphere is a result of an ... The temperature continues to drop until the tropopause, at 11,000 metres (36,000 ft), where it does not decrease further. ...
*  Neurochemical
Serotonin is a monoamine neurotransmitter that plays a regulatory role in mood, sleep, appetite, body temperature regulation, ... Histamine is a monoamine neurotransmitter that is involved in arousal, pain, body temperature regulation, and appetite. Trace ... It also is involved in cognitive processes associated with movement, arousal, executive function, body temperature regulation, ... body temperature regulation, and other processes. Epinephrine, also known as adrenaline, is a monoamine neurotransmitter that ...
*  Instant hot water dispenser
They may have a built-in water filter and a thermostat to adjust the water temperature. There is no need to fill them, they can ... A hot water dispenser which keeps water hot in a tank uses the energy needed to heat the water to the required temperature, and ... They do not need to be installed, are portable, may have adjustable temperature, need to be refilled (capacity is typically 2 ... They also remove sometimes dangerous parasites and protozoa such as cryptosporidium, although the high temperature prevents ...
*  Logarithmic mean temperature difference
The logarithmic mean temperature difference (also known as log mean temperature difference or simply by its initialism LMTD) is ... For a condenser, the hot fluid inlet temperature is then equivalent to the hot fluid exit temperature. It has also been assumed ... It has been assumed that the rate of change for the temperature of both fluids is proportional to the temperature difference; ... whose temperatures along z are T1(z) and T2(z). The local exchanged heat flux at z is proportional to the temperature ...
*  Pill thermometer
A pill thermometer is an ingestible thermometer that allows a person's core temperature to be continuously monitored. It was ... formerly HTI Technologies manufactures the CorTemp Temperature Pill used in detecting heat stress HQ Inc - the manufacturer of ...
*  Temperature coefficient
For strongly temperature-dependent α, this approximation is only useful for small temperature differences ΔT. Temperature ... For a property R that changes by dR when the temperature changes by dT, the temperature coefficient α is defined by the ... The temperature coefficient of most of the reactions lies between -2 & 3. Most ceramics exhibit negative temperature dependence ... By combining samarium and gadolinium in the alloy, the temperature coefficient can be reduced to nearly zero. The temperature ...
*  Atmospheric temperature
... average humidity and a temperature range of about 10 degrees Celsius around the average temperature (yearly temperature ... Temperature ranges can also be based on periods of a month, or a year. The size of ground-level atmospheric temperature ranges ... The variation in temperature that occurs from the highs of the day to the cool of nights is called diurnal temperature ... Temperature variation along the year in Aracaju is very damped (standard deviation of 1.93 for the maximum temperature and 2.72 ...
*  Diurnal temperature variation
In meteorology, diurnal temperature variation is the variation between a high temperature and a low temperature that occurs ... Temperature lag is an important factor in diurnal temperature variation: peak daily temperature generally occurs after noon, as ... has temperature variations of only 8 °C (14 °F); urban Hong Kong has a diurnal temperature range of little more than 4 °C (7.2 ... On a warm summer's day, for example, air temperatures may vary by 16.5 °C (30 °F) from just above the ground to waist height. ...
*  Temperature
Atmospheric temperature Body temperature (thermoregulation) Color temperature Dry-bulb temperature Heat conduction Heat ... temperature Thermography Thermometer Virtual temperature Wet-bulb globe temperature Wet-bulb temperature Agency, International ... temperature) Outside air temperature Planck temperature Rankine scale Relativistic heat conduction Satellite temperature ... This generalized temperature tends to the ordinary temperature when N goes to infinity. On the empirical temperature scales, ...
*  Brightness temperature
... is the temperature a black body in thermal equilibrium with its surroundings would have to be to ... The brightness temperature is not a temperature as ordinarily understood. It characterizes radiation, and depending on the ... heat up by a source of radiation with some brightness temperature to the actual temperature equal to brightness temperature). ... Nonthermal sources can have very high brightness temperatures. In pulsars the brightness temperature can reach 1026 K. For the ...
*  Krafft temperature
The Krafft temperature (also known as Krafft point, or critical micelle temperature) is the minimum temperature at which ... Below the Krafft temperature, there is no value for the critical micelle concentration (CMC), i.e., micelles cannot form. The ... Increasing the length of the hydrocarbon chain increases the Krafft temperature because it improves Van der Waals forces. ... or if the temperature increases, thus causing entropy to have a stronger force and encouraging the crystalline structure to ...
*  Electron temperature
... then the electron temperature is defined as the temperature of that distribution. For other distributions, not assumed to be in ... The SI unit of temperature is the kelvin (K), but using the above relation the electron temperature is often expressed in terms ... The electron temperature of a plasma can be several orders of magnitude higher than the temperature of the neutral species or ... Temperature is a statistical quantity. The formal definition is T = dU/dS, the change in internal energy with respect to ...
*  Negative temperature
... to the positive-temperature system. That a system at negative temperature is hotter than any system at positive temperature ... If a negative-temperature system and a positive-temperature system come in contact, heat will flow from the negative- ... Temperature is defined by the relationship between entropy and energy. The negative temperatures discussed here arise from ... A substance with a negative temperature is not colder than absolute zero, but rather it is hotter than infinite temperature. As ...
*  Hagedorn temperature
... "the temperature becomes stuck at a limiting value". Hagedorn temperature is the temperature above which the partition sum ... The Hagedorn temperature is the temperature in theoretical physics where hadronic matter (i.e. ordinary matter) is no longer ... This temperature is extremely high (1030 K) and thus of mainly theoretical interest. The Hagedorn temperature was discovered by ... The Hagedorn temperature is only a maximum temperature in the physically unrealistic case of exponentially many species with ...