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yield

(yēld),
The amount or quantity produced or returned, often measured as a percentage of the starting material; for example, a yield in an enzyme preparation is equal to the units of enzyme activity recovered at the end of the preparation divided by the total units observed in the starting material.

yield

(yēld)
The amount or quantity produced or returned, often measured as a percentage of the starting material; e.g., a yield in an enzyme preparation is equal to the units of enzyme activity recovered at the end of the preparation divided by the total units observed in the starting material.

yield

  1. that part of the production of a crop which is removed by humans.
  2. the actual amount of substance obtained during the preparation of a substance, for example in fermentation or in a manufacturing process.
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Hence, direct selection for the biological yield per plant, may ultimately leads to development of high yielding linseed genotypes from segregating population.
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Biological yield has a meaningful and positive correlation with grain yield, spike length, spike yield and number of grain per spike, which is compatible with Sharma [16] who stated that the production of high yielding varieties of wheat is only attainable through increasing biological yield, with stability of harvest index or it's increasing, simultaneously.
It's an accepted fact among wine-makers that high yielding grape crops are low in quality.
Assuming the concentration of the buffer in the diluting solution is sufficiently high, the dilution will ensure that the reference fluorescein molecules and the test fluorescein molecules have the same microenvironment, thus yielding identical fluorescence properties, i.e., matching spectra and quantum yield.
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