diurnal variation

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fluctuations that occur during each day

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The diurnal variation of lightning imaging sensor flash radiance, in context with storm areal extent, is examined with special attention to the National Climate Assessment (NCA)
Diurnal variation of hs-cTnT, but not hs-cTnI, is a general phenomenon.
The relationship between diurnal variations in intraocular pressure measurements and central corneal thickness and corneal hysteresis.
The effect of diurnal variation on clinical measurement of serum testosterone and other sex hormone levels in men.
The urinary levels of 8-OHdG were low and lacked the diurnal variation in the younger age group in both controls and XPA patients (Figure 2(a)).
The diurnal variation was almost negligible during the cold season (Jeong et al.
DISCUSSION: There are reports that although the peak of the diurnal variation was most frequently between 6-8AM, it may occur any time of the day or night.
Guidelines recommend collecting an early-morning sample to compensate for the natural diurnal variation in testosterone levels.
The Diurnal Variation in the Anisotropy of Diffusion Patterns Observed by J.
Thus, the diurnal variation in cardiovascular endurance performance is still unclear.
4 There is diurnal variation in FPG, with the mean FPG being higher in the morning than in the afternoon, indicating that many diabetes cases would be missed in patients seen in the afternoon.
The daily mean diurnal variation courses of net radiation (Rn), soil heat flux (G), latent heat flux (LE) and sensible heat flux (H) during the observation period (365 days) are given in Figure 2.
This study also shows a typical seasonal and diurnal variation, according to which the incidences of electrocution were typically higher in the season of monsoon as compared to other seasons.