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🍊🌺 this might be in my top 3 strains of all time. It’s high is just like its name. Great citrus flavor, felt like a perfect blend of sativa and indica. Able to do a night time errand that required me to drive no problemo. In fact the drive was freaking amazing, and hanging out with my son when i got back was amazing. Beautiful optical and auditory enhancement. Listening to meshuggah in my car was suuuuuper jammy I couldnt stop banging my head. This is a strain that will make colors brighter and music amazing. Cant wait to try this beauty at a concert. Probably mind blowing. 10/10. 11/10 if I could.

Orange Blossom by Falcanna is the hybrid cross of Orange Bud and OG Kush. This strain combines equal measures carefree euphoria with calming physical effects that make it ideal for leisurely activities. Its aroma is slightly floral with overtones of fresh squeezed orange. Orange Blossom’s flavor is very similar but includes a delicate Kush aftertaste. Utilize this strain to stimulate appetite while reducing stress.

Orange Blossom is an indica dominant hybrid strain with unknown parentage due to its rarity and general secrecy about its origins. However, it is thought to be a descendant of the Orange Dream or Orange Creamsicle family based on its creamy vanilla and orange flavor. The aroma of Orange Blossom…

Measuring Diffusion in the Presence of Material Strain

Affiliation

  • 1 Department of Radiology, Massachusetts General Hospital NMR Center, Harvard Medical School, Building 149, 13th Street (2301), Charlestown Navy Yard, Boston, Massachusetts, 02129
  • PMID: 8812913
  • DOI: 10.1006/jmrb.1996.0139

Measuring Diffusion in the Presence of Material Strain

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Affiliation

  • 1 Department of Radiology, Massachusetts General Hospital NMR Center, Harvard Medical School, Building 149, 13th Street (2301), Charlestown Navy Yard, Boston, Massachusetts, 02129
  • PMID: 8812913
  • DOI: 10.1006/jmrb.1996.0139

Abstract

Material strain during the course of diffusion encoding by MRI will in general change the observed diffusional signal losses. These changes will occur even when the material returns cyclically to its initial location during the diffusion-evolution period. This effect derives from the modification of the local spatial modulation k of spin phase within a sample by a material deformation \font\serif=cmss10 at 10pt $\hbox$ as k –> $\hbox^$ k, resulting in an observed diffusion tensor $\hbox^ = \over> \int^_0 \hbox(t)^ \hbox(t)^dt,$ where $\hbox>$ is the material stretch tensor. For example, when a material is compressed during pulsed-gradient diffusion encoding, the compression acts to increase the attenuation due to diffusion just as if a larger gradient were used. By using a simple gelatin phantom, the existence of this effect is demonstrated, and an effective method for its correction based on an MRI mapping of the material strain is presented. This correction is particularly relevant for inferring myofiber structure in the beating in vivo human heart, since the measurement of $\hbox>$ is perturbed by the deformation of myocardium during the heart’s contraction.

Material strain during the course of diffusion encoding by MRI will in general change the observed diffusional signal losses. These changes will occur even when the material returns cyclically to its initial location during the diffusion-evolution period. This effect derives from the modification of …