survivorship rate

survivorship rate

proportion of the population that are still alive at successive annual ages.
References in periodicals archive ?
Over the period from 1900 through 1902, for example, the likelihood that the people born 100 years earlier would still be alive was very low: The survivorship rate was just 31 per 100,000 people born 100 years earlier.
Outcomes gradually improved, with survivorship rate of approximately 80% at 10 years.
where p denotes the expected annual survivorship rate, with the superscripted * denoting the realized annual survivorship rate.
The birds have a great survivorship rate and are becoming savvy in the wild and have been embraced by the people of Arizona and Utah.
Consequently, the low survivorship rate of hatchling turtles has an enormous impact on individual lifetime fitness.
and the five-year survivorship rate for Latinas is lower than for non-Latina whites.
5%, actively managed diversified emerging-markets funds had the highest 10-year survivorship rate of any category we studied.
The Kaplan-Meier method was used to calculate the survivorship rate of the fully porous-coated hip resurfacing system.
The annual enterprise budget is the steady-state operational budget, and includes the percent return on the investment, the break-even price, and the break-even survivorship rate (see Table 8 for an example annual enterprise budget for an operation initiated in the winter at a high-salinity site).
This study tested the hypothesis that oyster density, growth, and survivorship rates would be greater (1) on natural intertidal reefs in Core Sound where tidal regime is greater and wave energy is lower relative to Pamlico Sound (Byers et al.
I look for high survivorship rates with at least five to 10 years of follow up.
ARS geneticist Michael Casler analyzed 5-year survivorship rates of switchgrass varieties planted at four locations in Illinois and Wisconsin.