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I calculated signed fluctuating asymmetry by subtracting the right side measurement from the left side measurement, [UL - UR] or [LL - LR], and unsigned fluctuating asymmetry by taking the absolute values of these calculations.
This study was designed to evaluate the impact of constant and fluctuating temperatures on key life history parameters of S.
If we say, as of tomorrow we are going to have a fluctuating rate of exchange, the next day 90 percent of the people sitting here will go to a bank and convert their denars into euros.
Most previous studies on the effects of temperatures on the growth of aquatic animals usually have been conducted under constant temperature regimes with an implicit assumption that growth in fluctuating temperatures would be approximated by growth at a constant temperature coinciding with the average temperature of the fluctuation.
In the right ear, there was evidence of a fluctuating sensorineural hearing loss (figure 1B).
Swaddled in a pleasantly rustic site to the north-east of Amsterdam, the Mobius House is an experiment in modern, fluctuating domesticity orchestrated by Ben van Berkel and Caroline Bos.
A party setting also introduced Fluctuating Hemlines.
The business community considers that a fluctuating exchange rate would create more money for investments and the economy would liven up.
It just happens we are in a fluctuating market right now.
Fluctuating asymmetry and sexual selection in the dark-winged damselfly Calopteryx maculata.
Computer simulations now suggest that at moderate traffic volumes when vehicle flow should be relatively stable, a single car moving at randomly fluctuating speeds within a steady stream of traffic can by itself create waves of congestion that propagate down the road behind it.