step test


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step test

[′step ‚test]
(graphic arts)
A series of exposures made to determine the optimum exposures of either film or paper prints.
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(160.) See supra Part I.B (discussing the differences between the substantial step test and common-law tests).
Comparative study of a new rapid and one- step test for the detection of parvovirus in faeces from dogs, cats and mink.
The second measure was a three minute step test. The subjects were asked to step up onto a platform 15.2 cm (6 inch) above the floor with both legs as many times as possible in a 3-min period and the total number of steps was recorded.
Can a step test be used to accurately determine the cardiorespiratory fitness of athletes?
Furthermore, investigation of relationship between percentage in wave in first step test and second, illustrate that the wave frequency with zigzag is less than the unparallel plate, because influence area is much more than the another.
"The fitness test element is the Chester Step test.
investigate differences in peak and recovery heart rate (HR) between professional modern and ballet dancers using an accelerated 3-minute step test; 3.
Therefore, the purpose of this study was to determine the validity and reliability of a predictive sub-maximal step test protocol in patients with RA.
As part of the competition, fitness tests included body composition testing, three-minute step test, sit and reach test, hand grip test, push-ups, and a plank.
A quantitative test of goodwill impairment would be a single step test, with impairment equal to the excess of the company's carrying amount over its fair value.
(iii) The Step Test measures the number of times stepped up and down a single 20 cm step in 15 seconds, with the more steps completed being an indication of greater lower limb strength and dynamic balance.
Initially, they attended the laboratory to evaluate their anthropometric measurements (height and body mass), to verify the body composition (fat percentage) and to perform the step test, aiming to determine metabolic and cardiorespiratory responses.