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Applications of Individual Growth Curve Modeling for Pediatric Psychology Research

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The use of dummy data points when fitting bacterial growth curves

Growth curve analysis of tumourigenesis using cellular level cancer model

A Comparative Assessment of Growth Curves as Estimators of Male and Female Ontogeny in Oryzomys albigularis

Growth Curves and Survival Characteristics of the Animals Used in the Biomarkers of Aging Program

Application of a Growth Curve Approach to Modeling the Progression of Alzheimer's Disease

Intrauterine Growth Curves for Turkish Infants Born between 25 and 42 Weeks of Gestation

Stability of Cigarette Consumption Over Time Among Continuing Smokers: A Latent Growth Curve Analysis

Plasticity of Size and Growth in Fluctuating Thermal Environments: Comparing Reaction Norms and Performance Curves1

Verbal Learning and Everyday Functioning in Dementia: An Application of Latent Variable Growth Curve Modeling

Mode of Physical Activity and Self-Efficacy in Older Adults: A Latent Growth Curve Analysis

Amount of Care Given and Caregiving Satisfaction: A Latent Growth Curve Analysis

Dose Estimation Using Quartz OSL in the Non-linear Region of the Growth Curve

Comparison of nonlinear and spline regression models for describing mule duck growth curves

Interspecific prediction of photosynthetic light response curves using specific leaf mass and leaf nitrogen content: effects of differences in soil fertility and growth irradiance

Effect of growth conditions on antimicrobial activity of DU-6859a and its bactericidal activity determined by the killing curve method

 

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A method for determining the temperature and chemical abundances of stellar atmospheres. From the different profiles of weak and strong absorption lines of a given element, a diagram can be constructed showing how the equivalent linewidths increase (or ‘grow’) from weak to strong. The shape of this diagram is related to the total abundance of the element. The technique has now largely been superseded by computer-modelling of stellar atmospheres.

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