relative divergence

relative divergence

[′rel·əd·iv di′vər·jəns]
(meteorology)
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The obtained [K.sub.i]=2,5 at t=20[degrees]C is fairly close to the mean value [K.sub.i]=2,2 (relative divergence making 13,6%), as the source [4] specifies.
Populations of surface species distributed in the Blue Ridge province are divergent at the DNA sequence level, although relative divergence values are generally less than that observed for Cumberland Plateau or Appalachian Valley and Ridge species (at least for mtDNA; Table 1).
There is a greater relative divergence between total offset and tax adjusted awards for shorter periods.

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