binary combination

bi·na·ry com·bi·na·tion

the name of a species of bacteria consisting of two parts: a generic name and a specific epithet.
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In particular, in the course of finding the optimal binary combination showing the best accuracy, the experimental results and their analysis reveal the complementary characteristics of all the weighting schemes in the combinations.
In contrast, similar experiments using either an additive-free electrolyte, or an electrolyte containing the binary combination Cl-PEG, Cl-MPSA, or simply benzotriazole (BTAH), resulted in the formation of a continuous void within the center of the trench.
The binary combination of TEBA with N-oxy diethylene benzthiazyl sulfenamide(NOBS) and other accelerators exhibit mutual activity.
For the three different binary combinations, the results indicate that antimicrobial efficacy could be enhanced.
First, the results of HySFRC mixes containing binary combinations of steel fibres are discussed and the results of HySFRC mixes containing ternary combinations of steel fibres are presented later.
Our data demonstrate that binary combinations of ginger phytochemicals synergistically inhibit proliferation of PC-3 cells with CI values ranging from 0.
In the interaction study, the three phenolic acids were tested in different binary combinations (1:3, 1:1, 3:1) and the single ternary combination (1:1:1) with the total final phenolic concentration of 500 [micro]M to demonstrate potential interactive effects.
Sierra formulates eight acts, allowing for all of the binary combinations possible with the types of people he employs: copulation between a white man and a black man, between a black man and a white woman, between a white man and a black woman, and so on.
Finally, binary combinations of the JHAs and methyl farnesoate were evaluated for concentration additivity as an indicator of shared mode of action.
By their various binary combinations, these bits can be set to any of eight priorities.