specific resistance


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specific resistance

n.
Electrical resistivity.

specific resistance

n
(General Physics) the former name for resistivity
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aureus isolates from CA and HA population would suggest an association of specific resistance to a particular population.
pylori infection in relation to specific resistance rate in each region (2).
Specific resistance of a material of given wire using Carey fosters bridge.
Their specific resistance and compliance values, referenced to the lung's capacity to accept gas volume, are theoretically identical.
L6 resistance gene encodes NBS-LRR class ofR gene that confers race specific resistance to strains of flax rust (Melampsora lini) that carry avirulence alleles of the AvrL567 gene (64).
The specific resistance was determined based on the ratio between the traction power obtained by the load cell and the mobilized area, obtained through the use of a metal profilometer.
The natural and synthetic rubbers generally have specific resistance to chemicals and solvents depending on the rubber's polarity and molecular structure.
The NILs carrying individual resistance genes provide an efficient means to detect changes in pathogen corresponding to specific resistance genes.
Furthermore, despite having 99% purity, the specific resistance is almost the same as the existing product at 2.
The semi-dwarf wheat varieties with race specific resistance could not survive longer due to the evolution of new rust races.
Additionally, the relay's analog expansion I/O modules allow users to select between traditional analog signals and a range of specific resistance temperature detectors (RTDs) embedded in the motor.