DSMA


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DSMA

disodium monomethanearsonate; an organic arsenical herbicide. Can cause poisoning similar to inorganic arsenic. See also arsenic poisoning.
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Table 14-1 Tolerance of Established Warm Season Turfgrasses to Some Postemergence Herbicides * HERBICIDE BAHIAGRASS BERMUDAGRASS CARPETGRASS Atrazine NR NR NR Bentazon T T NR, T 2, 4-D T T t Dicamba T T t DSMA, MSMA NR, S T NR, S Fenoxaprop NR, S NR, S NR Imazaquin NR, S T NR, t Mecoprop T T t Metribuzin NR, t T NR, S Sethoxydim NR, S NR, S NR, t HERBICIDE CENTIPEDEGRASS ST.
The values (Table 2) for DSMA were interpolated to determine the smallest outbreak that is detected 2 weeks before public health response (using the North Battleford experience as a benchmark) at least 75% of the time.
When using DSMA, health departments can expect to detect an outbreak that affects 10% of the population 26 days before public health response, whereas an outbreak size of 1% is expected to be detected 21 days before public health response.
This report illustrates the trade-off between the false alarm rate and timeliness for an outbreak size of 1% for the DSMA and ARIMA algorithms (Figure 5).
The base-station controller functions as a 4800 b/s radio modem and also generates the busy bit in the DSMA channel-contention technique.
DSMA is analogous to CSMA in its operation, but the use of digital data detection provides much better performance by reducing the channel busy detection delay.
DSMA, available exclusively from Spotfire, provides pharmaceutical researchers with unprecedented depth of functionality for conducting gene expression analysis within Spotfire's flagship interactive, visual analytics software.
DSMA combines with Spotfire's market leading DecisionSite and DecisionSite for Functional Genomics (DSFG), offering academic labs, core facilities and large pharmaceutical research organizations a full spectrum of analysis capabilities for quickly and accurately identifying potential drug targets through more effective microarray analysis.