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curvilinear

(kĕr′vĕ-lĭn″ē-ăr)
Concerning or pert. to a curved line.
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He said, "a few recent studies have shown that embryo aneuploidy (chromosome abnormality preventing embryo implantation or causing miscarriage) changes with age in a u-shaped curvilinear regression, declining steadily before age 30 and increasing steadily thereafter.
UPML Wave Equation in Orthogonal Curvilinear Coordinate System.
For statistically significant interaction effects (p < 0.10), we estimated the marginal means for each combination of neighbourhood design (grid, warped grid, and curvilinear) and neighbourhood-level socioeconomic status (advantaged, somewhat advantaged, somewhat disadvantaged, and disadvantaged), undertook pairwise comparisons (Fisher's Least Significant Difference), and presented these results in graph form using Microsoft Excel.
For example, in Cold-Dry-Windy weather, children in fractured grid-pattern neighbourhoods accumulated 3.07 and 7.49 fewer minutes of MVPA/day in comparison with children in grid and curvilinear neighbourhoods.
The results of tests on flow rates in 8-channel device obtained by regulating incoming and outgoing airflows with cylindrical curvilinear semi-rings are presented in Figure 4.
(4-7) The morphological variants of intracranial lipomas are the tubulonodular and curvilinear varieties.
In the genus Brisaster, spines from several distinct areas are involved in locomotion: the spatulate spines of the plastron, which lift the test; the "spatulated" curvilinear spines of the dorsal region, which support the surrounding sediment; the curvilinear (for B.
Through the use of curvilinear welding for the blanks, they've eliminated four separate parts, two stamping dies, and one blanking die.
The curvilinear forms expand the perceived space, and actual linear footage of the store.
It generates a series of hypotheses relating to the production and consumption of cupules, three-dimensional, curvilinear and rectilinear rock art, and how this may have changed through time.
The author extends his earlier work on modeling annular flows in managed pressure drilling (Borehole Flow Modeling in Horizontal, Deviated and Vertical Wells, 1992, and Computational Rheology for Pipeline and Annular Flows, 2001), retaining the curvilinear grid technology employed in the earlier books as his mathematical foundation, but summarizing major methodological improvements in accuracy, speed, and engineering focus.
The results demonstrated curvilinear effects of kindergarten enrollment age on children's cognitive and behavioral performances.