randomized blocks

randomized blocks

[′ran·də‚mīzd ′bläks]
(statistics)
An experimental design in which the various treatments are reproduced in each of the blocks and are randomly assigned to the units within the blocks, permitting unbiased estimates of error to be made.
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This study aimed to determine the optimal size of plots in the evaluation of papaya seedlings 'Baixinho de Santa Amalia', in tubes, for experimental design completely randomized, in a randomized blocks and Latin square, using the method of Hatheway (1961).
For each character evaluated were simulated experimental designs for the designs completely randomized (DCR), in randomized blocks (DRB) and Latin square (DLS), for the scenarios formed by combinations of I treatments (I = 3, 4, .
In fact if is considered a precision of 15% will be needed 9 seedlings per plot, with use 5 to 30 treatments and four replications (Table 3) in the design of randomized blocks and completely randomized design.
The dishes were distributed in randomized blocks and maintained in an incubator at 25[degrees]C [+ or -] 1[degrees]C.
A randomized block experimental design was adopted, organized in a 2 x 10 factorial arrangement, whose treatments corresponded to combinations between the two L.
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The 10 configurations of Set 2 were presented twice in two randomized blocks of 20 configurations with the contextual stimuli randomized across all 40 configurations as in Phase 2c, but without feedback.
The 10 configurations of Set 2 were presented without feedback in four randomized blocks with the contextual stimuli randomized across each two presentations of each configuration for a total of 40 trials.
A 2-way ANOVA was used for randomized blocks, treatments being habitat (arroyo vs.
The data were analyzed with 2-way ANOVA for randomized blocks, treatments being season (spring and fall) and trap type (pitfall or funnel).
We used analysis of variance (ANOVA) with pupal mass as the dependent variable, trees as randomized blocks, and spore spraying, fungicide application and controls (distilled, sterilized water) as treatments.
We used ANOVA with trees as randomized blocks to first determine if the spore-suspension treatment significantly increased infection levels relative to controls.
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