Our approach of adding year-specific constant values to the data such that cutpoints based on bimodal distributions
of amyloid concentrations aligned over time removed the drift effect [[beta] (SE) = 0.07 (0.59); P = 0.91; Fig.
test suggests that a bimodal distribution
(4) Based on the bimodal distribution
of CT value histogram, the damage variables of sandstone in the acidic environment are deduced.
Additionally, it was noted that these two men possessed a trimodal distribution curve with peaks at 2.5, 9, and 25-32 micrometers while the other five possessed a bimodal distribution
characteristic of the idiopathic stone forming group previously studied and discussed above.
Corrected breath [delta][sup.13][C.sub.V-PDB] of cheetahs showed also a bimodal distribution
that almost matched the bimodal distribution
of prey [delta][sup.13][C.sub.V-PDB] (see Fig.
To evaluate the persistence of these bimodal distributions
, data from 2011 CGL-A were evaluated for bimodal distribution
This finding is consistent with Diemer's (2009b) finding a bimodal distribution
of outcomes relative to the spread in the NFL regular-season games.
The distribution of length classes for male mussels was better supported by a bimodal distribution
than a unimodal distribution in four of the 14 sampling periods.
The estimates of K had a bimodal distribution
(Figure 5C) in which about half of the values were large (about [10.sup.6]) and the remainder were [10.sup.0]-[10.sup.3].
It was found that the incidence of non Hodgkin's lymphoma (71%) was greater than Hodgkin's disease (29%) and both present bimodal distribution
(2) It has a bimodal distribution
with an early peak of the disease in the 2nd and 3rd decades with female predominance and a late peak in the 6th and 8th decades with male predominance.