By Peter N. Witt, Charles F. Reed, David B. Peakall
"Gradually, a faint brightness seemed within the east, and the air, which were very hot in the course of the evening, felt cool and cold. notwithstanding there has been no sunlight but, the darkness used to be decreased, and the celebs appeared light. The criminal, which were a trifling black mass with little form or shape, wear its ordinary element; and ever and anon a solitary watchman might be noticeable upon its roof, preventing to seem down upon the arrangements on the street . . . via and by way of the feeble mild grew more desirable, and the homes with their sign-boards and inscriptions stood it appears that evidently out, within the uninteresting gray morning . . . And now, the sun's first beams got here glancing into the road; and the night's paintings, which, in its numerous phases and within the diverse fancies of the lookers-on had taken 100 shapes, wore its personal right shape - a scaffold and a gibbet . . . " (The entire Works of Charles Dickens, Harper & Brothers, ny and London, Barnaby Rudge, Vol. II, bankruptcy XIX, web page 164. ) Dickens describes an job which occurs within the early morning hours, ahead of dawn. because the day starts and other people begin to pass approximately their company and prepare to observe the placing, the hangman is prepared with the gallows.
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It was found, for instance, that the first series extended too far into late summer when the animals were beginning to show seasonal decline in frequency of web building. 01 level of significance one summer but not in the other. 01 level significance in 20 of the pairs. The experimental differences found for spiral number, thread length, angle regularity, radial number and spiral zone are particularly consistent. Drug Application Some spiders were given drugs more than once, though never more than 3 times.
The following formula is employed: Mes h Wi'd t h = spiral area -- -- - - - (Number of radii) . (Mean number of spirals) This formula expresses distribution or density of the threads in the spiral area. -25. Median mesh size sample North and South: in addition to using the ideal mesh as a measure of fine structure, a sample of meshes is taken in 3 North (clockwise from 90°) and 3 South sectors (clockwise from 270°). This measure, in contrast to the ideal mesh size, depends upon the distribution of central angles and spiral distances.
Number of radii: all the radii are counted, total number listed. 2. Oversized angles: definition: an angle is to be called oversized when twice or more the size of the smaller of its neighbor angles; the number is listed. 3. Median angle: all angles are arranged according to size and the one is selected which is half-way between the largest and smallest. 4. Angle regularity: in the normal web, each central angle differs but slightly from its neighbors, although upper (North) sectors tend to have larger angles than do lower (South) sectors.
A Spider’s Web: Problems in Regulatory Biology by Peter N. Witt, Charles F. Reed, David B. Peakall