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During population's natural growth, the net relative growth rate is a constant and the Logistic Population Model was accordingly established: if at the time t the population is x(t) from t to (t + [DELTA]t), the population growth is: x(t + [DELTA]t) - x(t) = rx(t)[DELTA]t, if [x.
34 18 Total 8572 54373 100 Relative Growth Rate and Doubling Time for Stem Cell Research Output The Relative Growth Rate (RGR) is the increase in number of articles/pages per unit of time.
Kalhori  concluded that irrigation cutting resulted in reduction of relative growth rate in all growth stages of sunflower; this reduction was more severe in vegetative stage than reproductive stage.
Aa It added that the main result is that the inclusion of remittances in the traditional debt sustainability analysis alters the amount of fiscal adjustment required to place debt on a sustainable path, with the relative growth rate of real remittances and real GDP as the deciding factor in setting fiscal policy.
What's more important than the absolute number is the relative growth rate.
TABLE 1 RELATIVE GROWTH RATES IN GROSS STATE PRODUCT 1964-2004 (50 States, 1964-2004 1964-2004 with Income (50 States) (41 States) Tax Dummy) CONSTANT -0.
The relative growth rates in the two budgets are a good sign of the government's main priorities.
All of the simulations base final bonus percentages on relative actual-to-target quality levels except the last panel of results based on relative growth rates that do not include any baseline target bias.