In particular, two clades L-form and H-form were identified with the L-form clade clustering all L-oleosins tested, and the H-form clade clustering all H-oleosins.
Interestingly, two distinct clades of L-form and H-form were identified in the phylogenetic analysis, suggesting that the L and H-oleosins in angiosperms may have evolved independently before the speciation of several taxa.
Heating of phosphate cation-exchange resin in the H-form in water within 30 hours at temperature of boiling of water slightly reduced size of exchange capacity.
Static mg-ecv/g exchange capacity of ion- exchange resin on 0.1 N solution of NaOH after treatment by solutions: 5 N solution of [H.sub.2]S[O.sub.4] 6.7-7.3 5 N solution of NaOH 6.8-7.7 5 N solution of HN[O.sub.3] 6.75-7.68 Sorption ability to ions: H-form copper 1.2-2.6 nickel 1.2-2.0 uranyl 200-350 Na- form mg-ecv/g copper 1.76-3.08 nickel 2.0-3.74 uranyl 300-450 OH- form copper - Parameters Unit of Amphoteric ion- measure exchange resin Dampness % 14-17 Specific volume of bulked up ml/g 2.8 ion-exchange resin Static exchange capacitance mg-ecv/g on 0.1 N solutions of: caustic soda 3.6 muriatic acid 4.0 sodium chloride - Chemical stability.
Richards' equation can be expressed with water content ([theta]) or hydraulic pressure (h) as its primary variable, resulting in 3 main forms of Richards' equation: the h-form, [theta]-form, or mixed h[theta]-form.
The simplest strategy would be to switch to the h-form of Richards' equation and solve directly for h for the entire soil profile.
Hill and Pickering (1986) found that product-divisional companies were significantly outperformed by the holding company type (H-form) on both return-on-sales and return on investment, whilst Hill (1988), like Hoskisson (1987), found that the centralized divisional company (CM-form) outperformed the 'classic' divisionalized type, particularly amongst related diversifiers.
Less dramatically, and against the background of strengthening shopsteward organization in the UK during the 1960s and 1970s, Marginson (1985) has argued that the divisionalized company offered two advantages over the more loosely co-ordinated H-form. First, the management accounting controls of the divisionalized company encouraged the evaluation of operating management in terms of profitability, thus exerting pressure to contain unit labour costs.
The zaibatsu were characteristically diversified, but they used the holding company form or H-form, not the U-form or the M-form which Chandler depicted as "modem." Despite this difference, the zaibatsu succeeded in developing modern, effective structures, using organizational forms that we can call "group enterprise capitalism." This form was different than American capitalism, but both were increasingly coordinated through the visible hand of a managerial style of organization.
Although these large firms with many subsidiaries and affiliated firms have the multi-divisional structure which Chandler underlined as that of the modern firm, in Japan they also have an industry-wide H-form (Holding-company form).
Williamson also talks about holding companies, or H-form