design of experiments

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design of experiments

the planning of an experiment so that the results will provide evidence to support, refute or modify the particular hypothesis which is being tested. For example, any experiment which involves sampling should be planned in such a way that the results are sufficient to allow proper statistical testing.
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A completely randomized design in one field shown on the top row versus
Twelve dairy cows of same parity, stage of lactation, milk production level and body weight (285-360 kg) were randomly allotted to four treatments (T0, T1, T2 and T3) in such a way that each group had three animals under Completely Randomized Design.
Seven wheat genotypes after seed priming in 0, 10-4 and 10-5 M sodium nitroprusside (as nitric oxide donor) were grown according to completely randomized design with three replicates in optimum growth conditions.
The study was executed in a net-house under natural conditions following completely randomized design.
The experiment was a completely randomized design with 4 treatments and 10 replicates (each cup representing a replicate).
Each treatment has two replicates and the design of the experiment was completely randomized design (CRD).
A completely randomized design was applied by the investigators, who performed all experiments in triplicate.
The experiment was laid down in completely randomized design with 5 replications each consisting of 7 treatments (including control).
3]) at seven times and in three replications using split-plot design in time, the effect of treatments and mutual relation between them is determined in the form of completely randomized design and randomized complete block design at different times.
Three replicated plates were used for each concentration of every fungicide with Completely Randomized Design (CRD).
The text covers requirements for sound experimentation, completely randomized design, orthogonal contrast for testing hypotheses, and model adequacy checks.
In this situation, a completely randomized design (CRD) would more precisely estimate treatment effects than a randomized complete block design (RCBD).

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