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The additivity of values for P digestibility is a crucial factor in the formulation of swine diets.
3c, it is observed that, the fractional free volume ([F.sub.v]) decreases as a function of SGF wt% and deviates positively from the linear additivity relation at 10 to 40 wt% of SGF.
The calculated thermal effect of the decarboxylation reaction, by means of the group additivity method [14], is about 79 kJ x [mol.sup.-1] (in standard conditions) comparable with our experimental values (Table 6).
* (Additivity) If [U.sub.1], [U.sub.2] are disjoint open subsets of U with Coin(f,g) [intersection] U [subset] [U.sub.1] [??] [U.sub.2], then
However, the HSM explains more thoroughly how people can engage in both systematic and heuristic modes concurrently including additivity, attenuation, and contrast hypotheses.
Finally, applying Lemmas 16(ii) and 1(ii), along with the additivity property of the index, we get
As mutational additivity is observed in empirical landscapes [25-33], the most realistic theoretical aptamer binding landscapes are Mount Fuji-like in nature [42] with fewer distinct fittest sequences.
Like the traditional decomposition of Denison (1962), the CSLS decomposition depends on the additivity of real volume measures; it requires that real aggregate output (or input) be equal to the sum of the real sectoral outputs (or inputs).
However, both additivity and dominance are of essential importance to breeder to predict the gene expression and design suitable breeding strategy under different environments for improvement of protein and these essential amino acid percentages in maize.
The basic constants of additivity of the main glass-forming oxides are given in [6] (Table 2), averaged partial estimated constants of linear expansion coefficients a; oxides in silicate glass (glazes) according to Appen are indicated in Table 2.
More specifically, it is argued that manipulations of outcome maximality and additivity show that logical reasoning and rule based processes may be necessary to produce blocking (De Houwer et al., 2005; Livesey & Boakes, 2004; Vandorpe & De Houwer, 2006; Vandorpe, De Houwer, & Beckers, 2005).