additivity


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ad·di·tiv·i·ty

(ad'i-tiv'i-tē),
The quality or state of being additive.

ad·di·tiv·i·ty

(ad'i-tiv'i-tē)
The quality or state of being additive.
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These observations motivated us to extend our studies to assess whether additivity can be considered as the default assumption for the joint action of compounds on disrupting testosterone production in the human male fetus.
1995), the model's additivity hypothesis and interaction hypotheses including attenuation hypothesis and bias hypothesis have received support in a number of studies (Bohner, Chaiken & Hunyadi, 1994; Bohner, Crow, Erb & Schwarz, 1992; Chaiken & Maheswaran, 1994; Maheswaran & Chaiken, 1991).
Here, again, the blends with compatibilizer show H values that are notably lower than the ones derived by the additivity law according to Eq.
Like the traditional decomposition of Denison (1962), the CSLS decomposition depends on the additivity of real volume measures; it requires that real aggregate output (or input) be equal to the sum of the real sectoral outputs (or inputs).
However, both additivity and dominance are of essential importance to breeder to predict the gene expression and design suitable breeding strategy under different environments for improvement of protein and these essential amino acid percentages in maize.
Some limitations of the study should be highlighted, the sample size may have affected the power of the study, hypothesis tests for additivity has low power when applied to traditional sample sizes, which is reflected in the poor accuracy of the corresponding estimates, as RERI (10).
All these parameters are determined according to the additivity rule.
Outcome additivity and outcome maximality influence cue competition in human causal learning.
Additivity of true and apparent ileal amino acid digestibility coefficients in complete broiler diets.
Seoane-Sepulveda, Lineability, spaceability, and additivity cardinals for Darboux-like functions, Linear Algebra Appl.
The effect of relative grouping strength was also reflected in the pattern of additivity of grouping principles that was analyzed following Kubovy and van der Berg's (2008) procedure.
On the other hand, the test of the additivity of logged responses yields an interaction of 2.