logarithmic growth


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logarithmic growth

[′läg·ə‚rith·mik ′grōth]
(microbiology)
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It's a Malthusian disaster, not just in terms of population, but in the logarithmic growth of greenhouse gases, climate change, and mounds of plastics.
k1 represents the logarithmic growth rate of bacteria in both tanks.
Cells were maintained in a humidified atmosphere with 5% CO2 at 37degC until the logarithmic growth phase based on the cell growth curve.
Thereafter, a further increase in averaging did not result in SNR changes, resembling a logarithmic growth pattern with saturation at 16 averaged frames (Figure 3).
The cells in logarithmic growth phase were seeded in 6-well plates at the density of 10[sup]5/well and grown for 12 h, then switched to fresh DMEM medium.
Using conditional PDF q(r | [x.sub.T]) of logarithmic growth rate r = [log.sub.10]R which is related to Q(R | [x.sub.T]) by q(r | [x.sub.T]) = ln 10RQ(R | [x.sub.T]), this property can be expressed as
Logarithmic growth phase of the K562 cells were used for cytotoxicity assays.
The logarithmic growth of fraud against insurers and government based programs like Medicare and Medicaid, will eat away any chance insurers--and their shareholders--not to mention the tax burden of those who pay taxes to support Medicare and Medicaid will be insufferable.
Suppose [y.sub.t] is the logarithmic growth rate at time [y.sub.t] = ([y.sub.1,t], [y.sub.2,t])', t = 1, 2, 3 ...
Cells in the logarithmic growth phase were cultured at a density of 10,000 cells/well in 24-well plates.

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