cell frequency

cell frequency

[′sel ‚frē·kwən·se]
(statistics)
The number of observations of specified conditional constraints on one or more variables; used mainly in the analysis of data obtained by performing actual counts.
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Starting 2016, PT Menara KPM has won several short term projects in which it became the main contractor of MCP (micro cell power) and small-scale BTW towers with micro cell frequency.
In micromorphological studies, there was a reduction in stomatal frequency, epidermal cell frequency, and stomatal index, while length and breadth of stomata and epidermal cells were found to be increased in both the species.
Results: In comparison with other methods, maximum cell frequency in percentage and fluorescent intensity (M1=2.
According to Roscoe and Byars (1971), the Chi-square test may be used if the average expected cell frequency is at least 2 when the expected cell frequencies are not equal and p < .
Distance function W(t, f, f0) gives weight in proportion to the distances of cell frequency f to the two nearest harmonic frequencies of the given source ([n.
To adhere to statistical criteria for expected cell frequency, student responses were classified as either achievement-related or irrelevant/anti-achievement.
Both this expected cell frequency and the observed cell frequency were converted to proportions by dividing them by the total number of target pairs in the block.
Model 2 hypothesizes that cell frequency can be explained by the change in injury distribution between the two periods.
The laser output of the delay line system is split into a plane wave local oscillator, which acts as a phase reference and a beam that is sent to an acousto-optic (A/O) cell frequency shifter, as shown in Figure 2.
It illustrates the inherent difficulty of large factorial design compounded by the problem of unequal cell frequency.