studies were almost conducted on animals, biological effects of MFs, and on human samples in accordance with the clinical trials [ 8 ]. However, in spite of evidences that there is no relation between MF intensity and biological and pathological
Authors:M Vaczi, E Tekus, T Atlasz, A Cselko, G Pinter, D Balatincz, M Kaj, and M Wilhelm
measured recently in top-class dancers, suggesting high demands on physical condition in BD ( 9 , 10 ). Furthermore, the intensity seems to be higher during tango and quickstep, and lower during slow waltz, viennese waltz, and slow foxtrot, probably
A 1952: The earthquakes of the Carpathian Basins (455–1918) (in Hungarian). Budapest
Simon B 1966: List of the locations with the felt intensities of Kecskemét earthquake, July 8, 1911. MTA GGKI (manuscript
Authors:Paul-Antoine Santoni, Frédéric Morandini, and Toussaint Barboni
The concept of fireline intensity was developed by Byram [ 1 ] in the 1950s. Frontal fire intensity synonymous with Byram’s fireline intensity is the rate of heat release per unit time per unit length of the fire
The 1990–1996 publication activity of 10 medium-sized European countries in the leading journals of 37 life science disciplines
and in the seven top general life science journals was investigated. For each country the number of leading disciplinary journal
articles per 100000 inhabitants (intensity) was compared to the percentage of top journal articles (effectivity). A high and
significant correlation, i.e. quality heightening was found.
Authors:J. Naranjo-Orellana, C. Nieto-Jiménez, and J.F. Ruso-Álvarez
intense in the group with a higher training volume. In relation to the intensity of the effort, Hautala et al. [ 17 ] found an increase in DFA α1 during an incremental exercise to reach 40% of VO 2max , with a linear reduction from 40% until the end of the
In the article a stylistic, syntactic and semantic analysis of the Russian verbs with the prefix
is carried out. To the author’s mind, semantically this group of verbs is not homogeneous. Three subgroups are established and described: A. verbs denoting intensive beginning of an action; B. verbs denoting gradual intensity and achievement of high intensity of an action; C. verbs capable of referring to the meaning of both A and B. The author suggests that the verbs belonging to the groups A and B can be treated as morphological homonyms. It is also stated that the belonging of the analyzed verbs to group A, B or C is mainly determined by the lexical meaning of the verb stem.