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సౌర ఘటం Cost is established in cost-per-watt and in cost-per-watt in 24 hours for infrared capable photovoltaic cells.
ఖుర్దా రోడ్ - విశాఖపట్నం రైలు మార్గము Gopalpur-on-Sea is being developed into a deep sea port capable of handling ships up to 120,000 DWT.
దక్షత దక్షత [ dakṣata ] dakshata. సంస్కృతం n. Skill, cleverness, ability, నేర్పు. Management, protection. మగ దక్షత లేనిదై being without any male protector. దక్షత్వము dakshatramu. n. Ability, cleverness, dexterity. సమర్థత. దక్షుడు dakshuḍu. n. A clever or capable man. నేర్పరి. Name of a Brahmā, దక్షప్రజాపతి. కార్ముకదక్షుడు one skilled in archery. మాయాదక్షుడు a clever rogue.
సౌర ఘటం Most commercially available solar cells are capable of producing electricity for at least twenty years without a significant decrease in efficiency. The typical warranty given by panel manufacturers is for a period of 25 – 30 years, wherein the output shall not fall below 85% of the rated capacity.
పిండం Fetuses are not capable of feeling pain at the beginning of the fetal stage, and may not be able to feel pain until the third trimester. At this point in development, uncontrolled movements and twitches occur as muscles, the brain and pathways begin to develop.
డోడో The 2002 study indicated that the ancestors of the dodo and the solitaire diverged around the Paleogene-Neogene boundary. The Mascarene Islands (Mauritius, Réunion, and Rodrigues), are of volcanic origin and are less than 10 million years old. Therefore, the ancestors of both birds probably remained capable of flight for a considerable time after the separation of their lineage. The ancestors of the raphines may have dispersed from Southeast Asia by island hopping. The lack of mammalian herbivores competing for resources on these islands allowed the solitaire and the dodo to attain very large sizes. The DNA obtained from the Oxford specimen is degraded, and no usable DNA has been extracted from subfossil remains, so these findings still need to be independently verified. The dodo lost the ability to fly owing to the lack of mammalian predators on Mauritius. Another large, flightless pigeon, the Viti Levu giant pigeon ("Natunaornis gigoura"), was described in 2001 from subfossil material from Fiji. It was only slightly smaller than the dodo and the solitaire, and it too is thought to have been related to the crowned pigeons.