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Defining Yield Stress and Failure Stress (Strength)

Thixotropy in yield stress fluids as a limit of viscoelasticity

Inversion of GPS velocity and seismicity data to yield changes in stress in the Japanese Islands

Heterosis, stress, and the environment: a possible road map towards the general improvement of crop yield

Simultaneously improving yield under drought stress and non-stress conditions: a case study of rice (Oryza sativa L.)

A Comparison of Bt Transgene, Hybrid Background, Water Stress, and Insect Stress Effects on Corn Leaf and Ear Injury and Subsequent Yield

Mapping QTLs Regulating Morpho‐physiological Traits and Yield: Case Studies, Shortcomings and Perspectives in Drought‐stressed Maize

Nitrogen stress reduces the efficiency of the C4CO2 concentrating system, and therefore quantum yield, in Saccharum (sugarcane) species

Linking ecophysiological modelling with quantitative genetics to support marker-assisted crop design for improved yields of rice (Oryza sativa) under drought stress

Sugarcane for water-limited environments. Genetic variation in cane yield and sugar content in response to water stress

Water stress drastically reduces root growth and inulin yield in Cichorium intybus (var. sativum) independently of photosynthesis

The sucrose non-fermenting-1-related (SnRK) family of protein kinases: potential for manipulation to improve stress tolerance and increase yield

Non-structural carbohydrate partitioning in grass stems: a target to increase yield stability, stress tolerance, and biofuel production

Effect of dietary probiotic and high stocking density on the performance, carcass yield, gut microflora, and stress indicators of broilers

Effect of High Temperature Stress at Anthesis on Grain Yield and Biomass of Field-grown Crops of Wheat

 

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The stress at which the yield strength of a material is exceeded and elastic behaviour gives way to viscous behaviour (see viscosity). If continued the stress may lead to the ‘failure stress’, beyond which failure occurs.

Subjects: Earth Sciences and Geography.


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