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density

In zoning, the number of things allowed per unit of land, such as number of houses, occupants,or families per acre.

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Relative density values were analysed using a descriptive statistic with the following measures: mean, median, minimum and maximum, first and third quartile, total interquartile range, standard deviation, and coefficient of variation.
Axial strain amplitude for both sands increased with increasing relative density.
0 Total 147 100 226 100 * ND--Not Detected Table 4: Relative Density (%) Based upon Aspergillus Isolates (n = 119) Species of * Instant E-Papa[TM] Ace Instant Aspergillus Morvite[TM] Porridge[TM] genera No.
DLLBH increases with the cube of plot relative density (PRD) immediately after the thinning at establishment and decreases with the square of the number of stems per hectare present immediately after the thinning at establishment.
2] Relative density is overall density of a species as a percentage of the sum of the overall densities of all species.
Based on relative density and relative basal area of trees with a dbh [greater than or equal to] 10cm (4 in), they reported 17 species, and the seven species with the highest importance values to be Fagus grandifolia (32), Prunus serotina (16), Liriodendron tulipifera (10), Fraxinus americana (10), Carya cordiformis (6.
Relative density was calculated for both trees and shrubs by taking the number of individuals for a species and dividing by the sum of density values for all species in that vegetation type.
The prevalence, relative density, mean intensity and the frequency distribution of the parasites were used as indices of infrapopulation structure of M.
Relative density of a given species or group of species was defined as the fraction this species or group represent of the total cell number frequency index of a species or group is defined as the number of samples presenting this species or group divided by the total number of samples.

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