base ratio

base ratio

the ratio of the molar quantities of purine and pyrimidine bases in DNA and RNA.
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e) There is a need to increase tax base ratio to GDP so that the government has resources and does not need to borrow or print money, which results in higher inflation.
The filling to base ratio was just about right, the chocolate on top wasn't too thick and the base was pleasingly spongey.
It is important to highlight the large influence of the height to base ratio on the platen forces.
The height to base ratio is the factor with the highest influence on the platen forces.
In this sense, the influence of the height to base ratio on variables such as the contact distributions or the platen forces will be studied in a spread way.
The mode of deformation is also influenced by the billet geometry, measured by the height to base ratio.
The height to base ratio is the factor with the highest influence on the platen force, although the friction has an important influence too.
The equity-to-property tax base ratio utilizes the actual assessed property tax value in the denominator for each of the total equity, net assets, and net available assets versions.
Once again, the ranking for the net available assets version of the property tax base ratio reverts back to the trend established for the other three ratios, as follows: 1) Virginia Beach, 2) Norfolk, 3) Portsmouth, and 4) Richmond.
The similarities in rankings between the three versions of the current, debt-to-equity, and equity-to-property tax base ratios as displayed in Table 4 is undeniable.
These ratios can be compared to the base ratio to determine the trade effects.
From time to time, sectors drop below a base ratio and Meridian immediately replaces them with better bargains.