uniformity trial

uniformity trial

[‚yü·nə′fȯr·məd·ē ‚trīl]
(statistics)
The repetition of an experiment under exactly the same controlled conditions as in the original trial.
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For each uniformity trial with the data of fresh matter of the 24 BEU, the following variables were determined: first-order spatial autocorrelation coefficient (p) in the direction of the rows, variance ([s.
95 (1) Each uniformity trial with size of 6 x 4 m (24 [m.
Uniformity trials were conducted using the millet crop (Pennisetum glaucum (L.
A uniformity trial was conducted from 2003 to 2005 with corn grown on all plots according to the standard no-tillage system with recommended fertilizer and herbicide inputs.
Uniformity trial results can be used to compare the effectiveness of RCBD to CRD for a given experimental area.
At each site, uniformity trials (no treatments applied) were conducted on experimental areas with 36 plots (each 0.
Although no treatments were applied in these uniformity trials, t equaled the number of units per block (6) in the computation of ERE.
A soybean uniformity trial was grown at the Jiangpu Farm of Nanjing Agricultural University.
Grain yield data were obtained from a wheat uniformity trial (Wiebe, 1935) that consisted of 1500 rows of the cultivar Federation.
Eight data sets were derived from the data from each uniformity trial (Table 1).
One of the alternatives to evaluate the experimental area is the use of uniformity tests, also known as uniformity trials, where the area is cultivated throughout the length with a certain species and identical cultural practices, without applying treatments.
Two uniformity trials were carried out in a greenhouse, using caserta cultivar.