dispersion pattern


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dispersion pattern

[də′spər·zhən ‚pad·ərn]
(ordnance)
The distribution of a series of shots by using coordinate settings as nearly identical as possible.

dispersion pattern

A pattern formed by a series of rounds fired from one weapon under identical conditions, such as the aiming point, firing and wind conditions, and sight settings.
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The dispersion pattern of parasitoids eggs among the hosts was estimated as defined by Green index.
In summary, this endangered mussel does have a small range in the Amite River but has densities within that range similar to most other unionids and a similar dispersion pattern.
Although its dispersion pattern and chronological origin are not entirely clear, we propose a scenario framed in the Middle Holocene (between 7000 and 3000 BP grouping societies from the late Preceramic and the early Formative) to explain its origin and possible dispersal routes towards South America, suggesting origins in Northwestern Mesoamerica or its probable dispersion in this area.
Low-grade neuroendocrine carcinomas may not always demonstrate a granular chromatin pattern or predominant individual-cell dispersion pattern.
Wind is typically variable and unpredictable in time and space; hence, considerable spatiotemporal variation is expected in the dispersion pattern of wind-dispersed seeds.
A low number indicates a wide dispersion pattern and a high number indicates a n arrow dispersion pattern.
Therefore, he said, you'll have a more uniform dispersion pattern with more repeatable results--and be in control as to how the grain grows.
Specialist stack emissions services offered comprise landfill gas sampling, continuous emissions monitoring, annual surveillance testing, dispersion pattern modelling and lab testing of physical and chemical samples and emissions.
Intercept position, dispersion pattern, and range values of Rr, and slope attributes, were inferred through correlation and regression methods.
No other reviewer (in any publication) focuses on (what I believe) really matters in home audio: speaker frequency response and dispersion pattern.
Selection on progeny after dispersal, therefore, is likely to be only the second episode of selection that occurs on seed dispersal - the first being selection on the maternal plant that created the seed dispersion pattern.