progress curve

pro·gress curve

a graphic representation of a chemical or enzyme-catalyzed reaction in which the product concentration or the substrate concentration or the ES binary complex is plotted against time.
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Repeated measurements of disease development were used for calculating the relative area under the disease progress curve (rAUDPC) for each cultivar (Fry, 1978).
From the data obtained during the evaluations of severity, it was possible to determine the area under the disease progress curve (AUDPC), calculated by the expression: AUDPC = [summation](yi+yi+1)/2.
Values for the percentage mean growth of the pathogens in each treatment were used to calculate the area under the disease progress curve (AUDPC) (CAMPBELL & MADDEN, 1990).
Therefore, the present study was designed to evaluate the genetic behavior and inheritance pattern of the genes controlling the area under disease progress curve (AUDPC) and to select the desirable genotypes for future breeding strategies.
The disease progress curve, referred to as the signature of an epidemic, represents the integration of all the host, pathogen and environmental effects during the epidemic (Campbell and Madden 1990).
Kalman filter forecasting model uses a baseline plan and accounts for the cumulative progress curve that represents the amount of work to be completed at a time point.
With the OS mean values, the area under the disease progress curve (AUDPC) was calculated from the integration of the disease progress curves and the healthy leaf area duration (HLAD), according to Eqs.
And today after seven titles in Dubai the Swiss ace not only feels vindicated, but proud to belong and be associated with Dubai and its progress curve.
It seems that, despite the easy run to the maximum level, the progress curve becomes slower once you max out, and the only way to progress is to find exotic and rare items, of which Bungie has also promised will be replenished with additional content over the coming months afterwards.
Area under disease progress curve was used as the measurement of disease severity.
If the automobile industry had evolved on a comparable technological and economic progress curve, the price of today's cars would be less than $5.