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threshold population

Complex Dynamics in a Population of Threshold Elements

Updated ultrasound criteria for polycystic ovary syndrome: reliable thresholds for elevated follicle population and ovarian volume

The Economic Threshold with a Stochastic Pest Population: A Real Options Approach

Effects of Southern Highbush Blueberry Cultivar and Treatment Threshold on Flower Thrips Populations

Localized State in a Population of Threshold Elements with Non-Local Interaction

Intra-population level variation in thresholds for physical dormancy-breaking temperature

Intervention thresholds and ceilings can determine the haemoglobin outcome distribution in a haemodialysis population

Rubella Immunity Levels in the United States Population: Has the Threshold of Viral Elimination Been Reached?

Variation in Thresholds for Reporting Mobility Disability Between National Population Subgroups and Studies

Recurrent gas accretion by massive star clusters, multiple stellar populations and mass thresholds for spheroidal stellar systems

Aedes albopictus (Diptera: Culicidae) Population Size Survey in the 2007 Chikungunya Outbreak Area in Italy. II: Estimating Epidemic Thresholds


A study of semen parameters with emphasis on sperm morphology in a fertile population: an attempt to develop clinical thresholds

Semen parameters, including WHO and strict criteria morphology, in a fertile and subfertile population: an effort towards standardization of in-vivo thresholds

Meaningful use stage 2 e-prescribing threshold and adverse drug events in the Medicare Part D population with diabetes

New Threshold Temperatures for the Development of a North American Diamondback Moth (Lepidoptera: Plutellidae) Population and Its Larval Parasitoid, Diadegma insulare (Hymenoptera: Ichneumonidae)

Quantifying the sensitivity of barley seed germination to oxygen, abscisic acid, and gibberellin using a population-based threshold model


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The minimum population needed to justify the provision of a certain good or service. This may be expressed crudely, in population numbers, but purchasing power may be a better yardstick for commercial goods or services. Note that threshold populations may vary regionally, and certainly vary nationally; the threshold population for a baker's shop is far lower in France than in the UK, for example. The actual evaluation of the threshold population for most goods and services is difficult. However, Coon and Leistritz (2002) North Dakota State U., Agribus. & Appl. Econ. Misc. Rept. 191 have, with many caveats, attempted to do so.

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