similar fractions

similar fractions

[¦sim·ə·lər ¦frak·shənz]
(mathematics)
Two or more common fractions that have the same denominator.
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At the level 10 and 15%, the soybean meal had the highest values of fraction A, differing from cotton, sunflower and canola brans, with similar fractions. Therefore, the higher the increase in fraction A, the greater the need for carbohydrates of rapid degradation for a suitable synchrony of fermentation of carbohydrate and protein in the rumen (RUSSELL et al., 1992).
Regarding the brans within each level, in Table 2 is verified that the at zero and 5% level the brans showed similar fractions C.
In addition, it is observed that the shale oils recovered in 40 and 60 min have a similar fractions distribution.
A total of 141 test tube fractions (15 ml each) were collected, similar fractions were combined according to the tlc characteristics to afford nine different fractions which were coded [AW.sub.1]-[AW.sub.9] These were assayed for biological activity.
The 10-month survey also showed that Pap smears had been recently obtained by similar fractions of the women in the control and intervention groups, except among the Filipinas.
The first is to aggregate states into groups with similar fractions of affected workers in 1989.
At level 32%, millet, corn and sorghum meals showed similar fractions, differing (p < 0.05) from the wheat meal with lower fraction B1 (13.04%).
When comparing the C fraction of the seasons within each forage system (Table 2), it is observed that in autumn and summer, in campo grande, monocropped grasses and xaraes grass intercropped rows showed similar fractions. In the broadcast intercropped xaraes the smallest C fraction was obtained in the autumn.
The similar fractions by TLC were combined given several fractions, which were analyzed preliminarily as analgesic in mice (results not shown).