positive transmission

positive transmission

[′päz·əd·iv tranz′mish·ən]
(communications)
Transmission of television signals in such a way that an increase in initial light intensity causes an increase in the transmitted power.
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of Plant 6 7 8 9 10 whiteflies number / seedlings 1 1 D 2 + - D 3 + D 4 + - D 5 D 5 1 + - D 2 + + - D 3 + - D 4 - + - D 5 + - - D Bemisia tabaci (1) were given 24 h acquisition and inoculation access period each, + = Positive transmission, - =Negative transmission, D=Death of whiteflies
The rapid growth of the IT and BPO industry is also creating positive transmission effects for the rest of the economy, including rapid growth in demand for commercial floor space, underpinning the development of existing and new office parks in urban centres.
In tgHu mice, positive transmission was observed among mice inoculated with 2 of 4 plasma samples (Table 2).
(a) Parental Analyzed Foci, Positive transmission samples CTG repeats mean/cell cells, % of DM1 mutation Controls <30 0 Case 1 75 0 PT (b) Case 2 80 + 370 9.24 92 PT Case 3 950-1100 2.94 100 MT Case 4 1000-1300 3.99 100 PT Case 5 450 5.73 100 MT Case 6 650-790 5.88 100 MT (a) Parental transmission of expanded alleles is also indicated.
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