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yield

(yēld),
The amount or quantity produced or returned, often measured as a percentage of the starting material; for example, a yield in an enzyme preparation is equal to the units of enzyme activity recovered at the end of the preparation divided by the total units observed in the starting material.

yield

1 an amount or quantity produced in return for an effort or investment.
2 the energy released by a nuclear reaction.

yield

(yēld)
The amount or quantity produced or returned, often measured as a percentage of the starting material; e.g., a yield in an enzyme preparation is equal to the units of enzyme activity recovered at the end of the preparation divided by the total units observed in the starting material.

yield

  1. that part of the production of a crop which is removed by humans.
  2. the actual amount of substance obtained during the preparation of a substance, for example in fermentation or in a manufacturing process.

yield

amount produced.

yield grade
the amount of meat which will be harvested from a carcass; expressed in a code 1 to 5 with 1 being best. The assessment is based on weight of the carcass, the size of the longissimus dorsi muscle at the 12th rib, the thickness of fat at the same location and the percentage of kidney, heart and pelvic fat.
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However, if the change is not viewed as permanent, long-term rates do not rise as much and the yield curve flattens.
Whereas in mid-2002, high-yield debt paid over 10 percentage points more than Treasury bonds with similar maturities, today that yield differential is just 3.
0025 X 5 years), X must allocate the OID to each year based on the constant yield method described in Regs.
The national average corn yield exceeded trend by about 12 percent, and the national average cotton yield was more than 20 percent above trend.
The fluorescence yield will be obtained from a measurement of fluorescence radiance.
During the 40 calendar quarters the table covers, there was only one instance of negative quarterly total returns for one-year to three-year year Treasuries (Q1-1994, as the two-year Treasury rose in yield from 4.
Access to water has clearly developed into a major constraint on yield in many large areas of the world, he says--including parts of Africa, Australia.
These investors chose to ignore that possibility and instead focused on the high current yield.
An "applicable high yield discount obligation" is a debt instrument issued by a corporation that satisfies three tests:
SpencerLab's new testing services for ISO/IEC-standard color ink and toner yield augment its premier range of proprietary yield testing methodologies as well as its ISO/IEC-standard monochrome toner yield testing services.
Argentinean farm managers often do not have firsthand experience of their fields from the tractor seat, so yield maps can provide new information for them and can serve as a check on the quality of custom operator work.
Yield loss, the degree to which these mechanisms occur collectively, plays a significant role in influencing pulp properties.