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ex·per·i·men·tal group

a group of subjects exposed to the variable of an experiment, as opposed to the control group.

ex·per·i·men·tal group

(eks-per'i-men'tăl grūp)
The group of subjects exposed to the variable of an experiment, as opposed to the control group.

ex·per·i·men·tal group

(eks-per'i-men'tăl grūp)
Group of subjects exposed to variable of an experiment, vs. to control group.
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As illustrated in Table 5, post hoc comparison Tukey HSD test indicates that the mean score for the same-age experimental group (M = 19.9, S.D = 1.70) was significantly different from control group (M = 17.73, S.D = 1.50).
Table-II: Comparisons of mean values of height of germinal epithelium in control group A and experimental groups B and C.
Contrary to the results shown week 5, no significant difference was found in the expression of TGF-[alpha] in the ductal epithelium of both SMG and SLG of experimental group (B2) as compared to control group (A2) at week 9 (Figs.
As a result of examining the bowel functions after the cesarean section of the women in the study group, the mean time for women to flatulate in the experimental group was 13.44 +- 6.56 hours and for women in the control group was 26.33 +- 7.54 hours.
We see an increase in the average of 2.1 seconds in favor of the experimental group, while the coefficient of variability shows a group of average homogeneity for the experiment group and a homogeneous group for the control group.
The present study found higher serum levels of calcium and potassium in the experimental group compared to the control group in the final interview.
The results of independent sample t-test show no significant difference between the performance of control and experimental group (Mean of group 1= .77, Mean of group2= .53) in pre-test.
Majority of mothers (76.66%) in experimental group and 83.33% in control group were homemakers.
To understand if there was a difference in the learning participation of the experimental group and control group teachers, content analysis was conducted firstly on the participation information in the online communities of the two groups.
Simple main effect testing and post hoc between-group comparisons of the significant associations with drug and blood glucose self-monitoring revealed that the experimental group had a significantly higher score for drug and blood glucose self-monitoring at the posttest and post-post-test stages (M = 4.55, 4.10) than the control group (M = 3.62, 3.55) [Table 3].
The animals were divided into two control (A1, A2) and two experimental groups (B1, B2) with six rats in each group.
In comparison of control and experimental groups of male students, there is no statistical significant difference between mean scores of control group (M=21.10, SD=5.73) and mean scores of experimental group (M=20.54, SD=5.5) on pre-test.

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