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And it is called mixed totally geodesic if its second fundamental form σ satisfies σ(X, Z) = 0 for any X ∈ D and Z ∈ D⊥ . A mixed totally geodesic CR-submanifold is called mixed foliate if its complex distribution D is also integrable. Obviously, real hypersurfaces of a Kähler manifold are anti-holomorphic submanifolds with p = rank D⊥ = 1. ˜ m (4c) with c = 0 admits no mixed foliate proper Lemma 4 A complex space form M CR-submanifolds. -Y. Chen Lemma 4 is due to  for c > 0 and due to  for c < 0.
2h + 1. 51) j=1 for i = 1, . . , 2h. 18) and the equation of Gauss that 2h 2h σi,i σ2h+1,2h+1 − δ(D) = i=1 (σi,2h+1 )2 + 2hc. 52) i=1 On the other hand, we have 2h σi,i σ2h+1,2h+1 = i=1 (2h + 1)2 2 1 − → H − (σ2h+1,2h+1 )2 − 2h2 | H D |2 . 53) we obtain δ(D) = (2h + 1)2 2 1 − → H + 2hc − 2h2 | H D |2 − (σ2h+1,2h+1 )2 2 2 2h − (σi,2h+1 )2 i=1 (2h + 1)2 2 H + 2hc. -Y. 48) holds identically if and only if the following two statements hold: (i) N is a special Hopf hypersurface and ˜ h+1 (4c). (ii) N is D-minimal in M Obviously, conditions (i) and (ii) imply that N is a minimal real hypersurface of ˜ h+1 (4c).
30). 46) identically. 4. By condition (a), N is D-minimal. 47) for any unit vector e1 ∈ D. 47) and polarization that the second fundamental form satisfies the following condition: σ(X, JY ) = σ(JX, Y ), ∀X, Y ∈ D. Therefore, according to Lemma 2(1), we may conclude that D is integrable. 5. 8 An Optimal Inequality for Real Hypersurfaces Obviously, anti-holomorphic submanifolds with rank D⊥ = 1 are nothing but real ˜ is called a Hopf hyperhypersurfaces. , an eigenvector of the shape operator Aξ , where ξ is a unit normal vector of N.