Make A Difference Day 2020 is on Sunday, October 25, 2020: Give me 10 differences bw Short-Day Plants & Long-Day Plants?
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The differences between short-day and long-day plants in view of the effect of phytochrome can be summarized as follows (according to H. MOHR and P. SCHOPFER, 1978):
long-day plants: short day + enough PFR (during the middle of the skotophile phase) > production of flowering hormones
short-day plants: short day + enough PFR (during the middle of the skotophile phase) > no production of flowering hormones
The qualitative difference in the reaction to the same signal is genetically fixed.
what is the difference between days sales in receivables and receivables turnover?
Days sales in receivables-The days’ sales in accounts receivable ratio, also known as the number of days of receivables, tells you the average number of days it takes to collect an account receivable. Since the days’ sales in accounts receivable is an average, you need to be careful when using it.
The calculation for determining the days’ sales in accounts receivable is the number of days in the year (usually 360 or 365 days is used) divided by the accounts receivable turnover ratio for a specific year. If a company’s accounts receivable turnover ratio was 10, then the days’ sales in accounts receivable is 36 days (360 days divided by the turnover ratio of 10).
Receivables turnover-An accounting measure used to quantify a firm's effectiveness in extending credit as well as collecting debts. The receivables turnover ratio is an activity ratio, measuring how efficiently a firm uses its assets.
Receivables Turnover Ratio:Net credit sales/Average accounts receivable.
Some companies' reports will only show sales - this can affect the ratio depending on the size of cash sales.
what is the difference among: 3 days later, in 3 days, within 3 days?
The differences in the phrases "three day later," "in three days," or "within three days is in the emphasis about the time period and the emphasis about that time period and the past and present tense of the verbs. Examples are of the full sentences are:
I did not talk to her until three days later.
I will talk to her in three days time.
I will talk to her within three days.
The third sentence and the second sentence seem to more emphatic as they focus on the three day period. Good luck.