sigmoidally


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sigmoidally

(sɪɡˈmɔɪdəlɪ)
adv
in the form of a sigmoid
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The tooth crown includes three main cusps sigmoidally incurved, with a distinct lateral carina.
Minus-lens-stimulated accommodative amplitude decreases sigmoidally with age: a study of objectively measured accommodative amplitudes from age 3.
The bulk of oil and protein were synthesised throughout this phase with their content increasing sigmoidally.
Geranium is polysymmetric, in a few species the pollination organs are sigmoidally curved, and in the Hawaiian Geranium arboreum also the corolla is monosymmetric (Albers & Van der Walt, 2007), Erodium is weakly monosymmetric, and Pelargonium strongly monosymmetric (Vogel, 1998).
We assumed the habitat quality perceived by an individual particle was the sum of the location-specific background habitat quality (exposed shell), and a term that declined sigmoidally from near 1 at the particle's birth location toward 0 at infinite distance from the birth location.
The number of ingested shrimp increased sigmoidally, however, beginning with only 3 shrimp at 0 h and reaching a maximum of about 68 shrimp by 72 h.
Nonmonotonicity (regressibility by Appendix Equation 9(b)) was shown by 111 of 248 conventional length sigmoidally regressible data sets (111/248 = 45%).
This sequence homology and log tissue reactivity were sigmoidally related ([r.
In particular, horn length in most dimorphic species increases sigmoidally with increases in body size.