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coalescent

(of plant structures) joining together.
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After a short dry time, the film may still contain some coalescent which can plasticize the film.
Maximum likelihood estimation of a migration matrix and effective population sizes in n subpopulations using a coalescent approach.
Figure 2 is in part an adaptation and condensation of figure 1 in Holbolth, Christensen, Mailund, and Schierup, "Genomic Relationships and Speciation Times of Human, Chimpanzee, and Gorilla Inferred from a Coalescent Hidden Markov Model.
Extensions of this equivalence are derived for exchangeable population models being in the domain of attraction of a coalescent process with multiple collisions.
It is seen that the cross-sectional shape at the coalescent region is similar to that of the die and the hollow portion decreases gradually along the spinline.
Imaging studies confirmed coalescent mastoiditis and subperiosteal abscess.
VBS1 is a military grade program developed in America by Coalescent Technologies Corporation, an independent engineering firm contracted by the US Department of Defence and the Marines, alongside other federal agencies, to develop simulation training tools.
According to Frank Hoag of Coalescent Learning, an e-learning company based in Birmingham, Mich.
The award came through Coalescent Technologies Corp.
Chapter 3 Reconstructing Concordance Trees and Testing the Coalescent Model from Genome-Wide Data Sets (Ccile An).
Eastman Texanol ester alcohol, the premier coalescent for latex paints, provides the highest level of film integrity at low levels of coalescent.