substitution group

substitution group

[‚səb·stə′tü·shən ‚grüp]
(mathematics)
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The high substitution group consisted of pharmacists who indicated they would dispense generic substitutes for 21 or more products, the low substitution group consisted of those who indicated they would dispense substitutes for 16 or less products, and the medium substitution group consisted of the remaining respondents.
The independent variable in each was substitution group.
MANOVA indicated that perceived probability of risk was significantly different across the three substitution groups (Wilks' criterion; F = 4.
The MANOVA indicated significant differences across the three substitution groups (Wilks' criterion; F = 2.
However, mean scores for the substitution groups on this item only ranged from 2.
In the most highly controlled Substitution group, fat intake was decreased by 50% and the calories were replaced with an equivalent amount of energy from peanuts.
Production of cellulose derivatives is done by reacting the free hydroxyl groups in the anhydroglucose units(AGU) with various chemical substitution groups.
CDX now fully leverages the use of LEX/N-DEx as well as NIEM schema structures including associations, substitution groups, and the XSD:ANY construct.
The substitution groups are different sulfur based viral de-activating groups that work together to provide viral entry inhibition at concentrations of one pico-Molar.
Certainly there are plays and concepts and substitution groups that we don't want them to see or get any inkling of and sometimes you don't know who to trust.
Their major functions, basic structures, substitution groups and nomenclature are set out.