Hill plot

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Hill plot

[′hil ‚plät]
(biochemistry)
A graphic representation of the Hill reaction.
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For instance, a maximal response at the lowest tested concentration will not be adequately explained by fitting the conventional Hill equation (Hill 1910).
The following form of the Hill equation model is used here:
Although proposed almost a century ago, the Hill equation [1] continues to be popular and useful in describing complex biochemical and metabolic reactions.
On the other hand, the Hill equation requires just one parameter (the Hill coefficient) in addition to those required by the corresponding non-cooperative equation.
In such situations the Hill equation is useful since it can capture the dynamic behavior accurately [4] and only a small number of parameters have to be fitted to the data.
The reversible Hill equation was generalized further by Westermark et al.
Although the "Capitol Hill equation gets a lot simpler" under such a proposal, the debate within the industry would increase, creating more conflict that could confuse the issue.
In the absence of sex differences, the Hill equation reduces to a more general form of (2),
Given age-independent fecundity, the Hill equation can be expressed in terms of seasonal parameters plus the mean generation time T [T = ([T.