Author: MARIANO AGUIRRE HERNANDEZ
We present two high-speed and low-power full-adder cells designed with an alternative internal logic structure and pass-transistor logic styles that lead to have a reduced power-delay product (PDP). We carried out a comparison against other full-adders reported as having a low PDP, in terms of speed, power consumption and area. All the full-adders were designed with a 0.18-μm CMOS technology, and were tested using a comprehensive testbench that allowed to measure the current taken from the full-adder inputs, besides the current provided from the power-supply. Post-layout simulations show that the proposed full-adders outperform its counterparts exhibiting an average PDP advantage of 80%, with only 40% of relative area.
JORGE LUIS VEGA CHÁVEZ ERNESTO CERNA CHÁVEZ MARIANO FLORES DAVILA YISA MARIA OCHOA FUENTES JERÓNIMO LANDEROS FLORES LUIS ALBERTO AGUIRRE URIBE OMEGAR HERNÁNDEZ BAUTISTA YESSICA ABIGAIL ALVARADO CEPEDA (2017)
Todos los productos evaluados en este trabajo reportaron mortalidad sobre el parasitoide T. triozae, pero los que destacan por su toxicidad son insecticidas químicos seguido de los insecticidas de origen botánico y por último los de origen biológico.
"GM (genetically modified) corn with the CrylAb. mC3Aand Vip3A20 protein of Bt ( Bacillus thuringienesis ) and itsrespective isoline as control with andwithout chemicalcontrolfor corn carworn werw used in thisresearch. Fusarium corncob damague was lower on GM corn with (12.5 %and without (25.7%) insecticide treatmenas compared witthe isoline that had40.3% and 83.1 % of damaged corncobs with (12.5)and without (25.7% insecticide treatment as compared with the isoline that had 48.3% with (3.2% ) and without(6.3%insect control.respectively, Ustilago maydisseverity was also lower on Bt corn finding 0.07% and 0.25% damageon treatments withand without insect control as compared the isoline that shwedan 11.6% and a 41.4%smut rotwith and without insecticidetreatment. respectively. The authors conclude that GM corn resistantto Helicoverpa zea prevents damageby the pest, eliminating the entrance patway for Fusarium sp. and Ustilago maydis."