Analytic functions with bounded Mocanu variation generalize the concept of α-convexity in the unit disc. We introduce and
study certain classes of such functions. Inclusion results are obtained and a sharp radius problem is solved.
INAA with thermal and epithermal irradiation has been applied for determination of 40 chemical elements in soils and different organs of plants. The time and spatial variations of elemental composition of plants and soils are studied.
Martinec Z 1993: Effect of lateral density variations of topographical masses in view of improving geoid model accuracy over Canada. Contract report for Geodetic Survey of Canada, Ottawa, Canada
In this paper definitions for “bounded variation”, “subsequences”, “Pringsheim limit points”, and “stretchings” of a double
sequence are presented. Using these definitions and the notion of regularity for four dimensional matrices, the following
two questions will be answered. First, if there exists a four dimensional regular matrix A such that Ay = Σk,l=1,1∞∞am,n,k,lyk,l is of bounded variation (BV) for every subsequence y of x, does it necessarily follow that x ∈ BV? Second, if there exists a four dimensional regular matrix A such that Ay ∈ BV for all stretchings y of x, does it necessarily follow that x ∈ BV? Also some natural implications and variations of the two Tauberian questions above will be presented.
We discuss determination of jumps for functions with generalized bounded variation. The questions are motivated by A. Gelb
and E. Tadmor , F. M�ricz  and  and Q. L. Shi and X. L. Shi . Corollary 1 improves the results proved in B. I.
Golubov  and G. Kvernadze .
Authors:L. Liu, Z. He, W. Ma, J. Liu, X. Xia, and R. Peña
Gupta, R.B., MacRitchie, F. 1994. Allelic variation at glutenin subunit and gliadin loci,
of common wheats. II. Biochemical basis of the allelic effects on dough properties. J. Cereal Sci.
Authors:Y. Narazaki, K. Fujitaka, S. Igarashi, Y. Ishikawa, and N. Fujinami
Seasonal variations of 7Be deposition in regions throughout Japan (26°18'N-43°05'N, 127°54'E-141°27'E) were observed during the period of 1989-1995. The observation indicated that 7Be deposition peaked in spring all over Japan except in the inland central basin. However, spring peak was not always the annual maximum. Along the coastal side of the Japan Sea, especially around Hokuriku region, 7Be deposition was at its maximum in winter. In addition, September peak also was observed in some regions, which was presumably caused by high precipitation or blowing in of northern air stream. Variations were classified into 4 types according to meteorological factors and local geographical conditions: winter peak, double peaks (spring and September peaks), spring peak and non-peak. A correlation between 7Be deposition and precipitation was observed in winter.