differential growth

dif·fer·en·tial growth

different rates of growth in associated tissues or structures; used especially in embryology when the differences in growth rates result in changing the original proportions or relations.

differential growth

a difference in the size or rate of growth of dissimilar organisms, tissues, or structures.
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With this setup, we could detect the differential growth rate between treatment and reference populations in 3 min for ciprofloxacin, levofloxacin, mecillinam, nitrofurantoin, and trimethoprim-sulfamethoxazole; 7 min for amoxicillin-clavulanate and doripenem; 9 min for fosfomycin; and 11 min for ampicillin based on 99.
The differential growth of the small, medium, and large volume hospitals in New York State is graphed in Figure 2.
ranked as a medium salt-sensitive species, is grown in Spring and Autumn seasons in the subcontinent, with differential growth behaviors in both the seasons.
If this differential growth carries on unchecked, then girls born this year will be 75% more likely to go to university than their male peers," said Ms Curnock Cook.
The new report blames the slowdown on the differential growth between emerging markets and advanced economies.
These factors may reduce differential growth of lower segment, resulting in less upward shift in placental position as pregnancy advances.
The differential growth across different packaging materials and formats drive fundamental shifts in the market.
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Throughout the ontogeny of decapod crustaceans, the occurrence of differential growth rates between distinct parts or organs of the body is expected.
ii) the differential growth index "[rho]" identified to the ratio between axial (dorsoventral) growth and mean lateral growth, [rho] = V/(1/2)(V' + V");
Finally, sexual dimorphism may evolve as a byproduct of other behavioral or physiological processes such as patterns of differential growth or longevity (Stewart, 1985; Johnson et al.
Sowing dates have been shown to provide differential growth conditions such as temperature, precipitation and growth periods.

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