commodity test

commodity test

Lab medicine Any lab test that can be performed in terms of 'economy of scale,' ie the higher the volume of tests of a particular type performed, the lower the cost per unit; in general, CTs do not require a rapid turnaround, and the price is reduced to a minimum
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5%) in the late commodity test and near zero in the late food-grade-exotic test (Table 2).
Among individual successor tests, the early commodity test showed little improvement in any trait, and had near-zero H values for yield and maturity.
The commodity tests had greater yield gain in the [F.