growth curve


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growth curve

n
(Mathematics) a curve on a graph in which a variable is plotted against time to illustrate the growth of the variable
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Parameters (La, K, a and t0) of the von Bertalanffy growth curve and growth performance indexes (I) for female, male and all chub in upper Akcay River.
Two hundred and forty slowgrowing chickens consisting of equal numbers of Hubbard S757 (S757) and Hubbard Grey Barred JA (GBJA) strains were utilized for the investigation in organics system and were used to estimate growth curve in Gompertz and Logistic model.
com)-- Wednesday, August 17, Growth Curve Institute will host an event with Gregg Levoy, author of Callings, Finding and Following an Authentic Life.
Genetic and phenotypic aspects of the growth curve characteristics in Mehraban Iranian fat-tailed sheep.
Although the general anatomy of the infant larynx and its relationships have been studied, no investigation of the growth curve of laryngeal displacement during a nondeglutition state during the first year of life has been heretofore published.
Intended for researchers familiar with structural equation modeling, this slim text describes 12 latent growth curve models for studying change in phenomena over time, and shows how to fit models to data using LISREL, Mx, and Mplus.
Navigating the Growth Curve, by James Fischer, Book, 2006, Origin Institute, LLC, $39.
The new space will accommodate our current HQ staff, and, at the same time allow us to continue our growth curve.
Annual world gold supply and production have a negative growth curve, expected to be off by 12 to 15 per cent over the next couple of years.
Quote: ``Symantec has a lot of good products and a steady growth curve.
The lifetime growth curve of the paradigm is measured in terms of the fraction of the practitioners that are committed to it, a fraction that depends directly on a variable called "confidence" in the paradigm, which in turn depends on, among other things, the success of the paradigm in solving the "puzzles" of normal science.