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7) and a function g : (0, +∞) × RN × RN → R such that p(t, x; dy) = g(t, x, y)dy, t > 0, x, y ∈ RN . 8) The function g is strictly positive and the functions g(t, ·, ·) and g(t, x, ·) are measurable for any t > 0 and x ∈ RN . Further, for almost every fixed y ∈ RN , the function g(·, ·, y) belongs 1+α/2,2+α to Cloc ((0, +∞) × RN ), and it is a solution of the equation Dt u = Au. Finally, if c0 ≤ 0 then p(t, x; dy) is a stochastically continuous transition function. Proof We split the proof into two steps.

5 we can prove some interesting properties of the semigroup {T (t)}. 10 Let {fn } ⊂ Cb (RN ) be a bounded sequence of continuous functions converging pointwise to a function f ∈ Cb (RN ) as n tends to +∞. Then, T (·)fn tends to T (·)f in C 1,2 (K) for any compact set K ⊂ (0, +∞) × RN . Further, if fn tends to f uniformly on compact subsets of RN , then T (t)fn converges to T (t)f locally uniformly in [0, +∞) × RN as n tends to +∞. Proof To prove the first part of the proof, we fix 0 < T1 < T2 , R > 0, a sequence {fn } ⊂ Cb (RN ), converging pointwise to f ∈ Cb (RN ) and such that supn∈N ||fn ||∞ ≤ K for some K > 0, and we prove that T (·)fn converges to T (·)f in C 1,2 ([T1 , T2 ] × B R ) as n tends to +∞.

That there exists n0 ∈ N such that T (·)(ϕn0 − 1l) ≥ −ε in [0, s]× BR . Indeed, if this is the case, then Cε,R clearly contains the interval [0, s]. Moreover, by the first part of the proof, we know that T (·)(ϕn − 1l) converges to 0 uniformly to zero in [s, M ] × BR for any M > s. Therefore, there exists n1 ∈ N such that T (·)(ϕn1 − 1l) ≥ −ε in [s, M ] × BR . , Cε,R = [0, +∞). To prove that there exists 0 < s ∈ Cε,R , we fix n0 ∈ N larger than R. Since ϕn0 − 1l = 0 in BR and the function T (·)(ϕn0 − 1l) is continuous in [0, +∞) × BR , T (·)(ϕn−0 − 1l) vanishes, uniformly in BR , as t tends to 0+ .