elimination coefficient

elimination coefficient

[ə¦lim·ə′nā·shən ‚kō·ə‚fish·ənt]
(genetics)
The frequency with which certain genotypes die prematurely or are hindered during reproduction and are genetically eliminated as a consequence.
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The summary concentration-time dependence (Figure 7, curve (1)) illustrates the start and the end points of the diagnostic, and the area under the curve determinates the clearance value that depends on the elimination coefficient (Figure 6).