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density parameter


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density parameter

density parameter

Peculiar velocities and the mean density parameter

Distribution of crack density parameter in Central Betic Cordillera (Southern Spain)

Cosmological parameters from the comparison of peculiar velocities with predictions from the 2M++ density field

Density parameter estimation for finding clusters of homologous proteins—tracing actinobacterial pathogenicity lifestyles

Possible Measurement of Quintessence and Density Parameter Using Strong Gravitational Lensing Events

Peaks in the cosmological density field: parameter constraints from 2dF Galaxy Redshift Survey data

Analysis of the Relationship Between Density and Dominance of Anopheles minimus (Diptera: Culicidae) with Environmental Parameters in Southern Yunnan Province, Peoples Republic of China

How does the surface density and size of disc galaxies measured in hydrodynamic simulations correlate with the halo spin parameter?

Decreased Bone Mineral Density in Prepubertal Children with Sickle Cell Disease: Correlation with Growth Parameters, Degree of Siderosis and Secretion of Growth Factors

Parameter Optimization and Field Validation of the Functional–Structural Model GREENLAB for Maize at Different Population Densities

SpectralTDF: transition densities of diffusion processes with time-varying selection parameters, mutation rates and effective population sizes

Sperm chromatin structure assay parameters measured after density gradient centrifugation are not predictive for the outcome of ART

Distributions of high-density lipoprotein particle components in human follicular fluid and sera and their associations with embryo morphology parameters during IVF

Interrelationships between seminal parameters and sperm nuclear DNA damage before and after density gradient centrifugation: implications for assisted conception

Sperm chromatin structure assay parameters measured after density gradient centrifugation are not predictive of the outcome of ART

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P354 The bone mineral density in patients with inflammatory bowel disease (IBD), depending on clinical parameters of disease

 

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The ratio of the actual mean density of matter in the Universe to the critical density required for the Universe to collapse. In the absence of a cosmological constant, a universe with Ω less than 1 will expand for ever, whereas a universe with Ω greater than 1 will eventually collapse. Current observations imply that the density parameter is about 0.3. The Universe will therefore expand for ever. The observations also imply that the Universe contains something like a cosmological constant, which is causing this expansion to accelerate (see Cosmology).

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