relative growth

relative growth

the comparison of the various increases in size of similar organisms, tissues, or structures at different time intervals.

relative growth

the growth of a structure in relation to the growth of another structure. For example, skull size in developing humans has a smaller relative growth than long bones.
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It therefore remains important for the northern regions to stand up and argue for a new regime which would be needed to unlock greater relative growth in the north of England.
com survey of 10,000 supplement users, magnesium is now the most popular mineral supplement, posting a relative growth of 13 percent in 2014, the largest increase among the major supplements.
saw the largest relative growth in market share among the top five vendors,
Faster growth has historically been a key reason for investing in emerging markets; however these markets have substantially underperformed developed markets over the past three and a half years due to a relative growth slowdown in many developing economies.
The rise in German Bund yields, Spanish GDP data, snapback in world commodities, higher eurozone PMIs and bank lending all demonstrate that Dr Draghi's QE will boost Europe's relative growth -- for now.
What is more interesting is to see the relative growth of each part of the UK economy and despite the fact that the Welsh economy still remains bottom of the UK prosperity league table, it was nevertheless a pleasant surprise that Wales had shown the largest growth, with the North West of England, of any of the UK regions in the period from 2012 to 2013.
International equity: the shift overseas has begun The next stage of growth in capital markets will likely take place overseas, with some markets offering significant relative growth and valuation potential.
But despite the relative growth of Lebanese pharmaceutical companies and plants, Lebanon still imports most of its needs from abroad.
The relative growth rate was calculated using the formula of Walen (1963) as follows: K = (ln[SH.
Metropolitan areas with high relative growth in BAs near the core are data points on the northern edge of the cluster.
Class A communities are still raising rents more on an absolute dollar basis, but Class C has the best relative growth.