activity ratio


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activity ratio

An indicator of how rapidly a firm converts various accounts into cash or sales. In general, the sooner management can convert assets into sales or cash, the more effectively the firm is being run. See also fixed asset turnover, inventory turnover, total asset turnover.
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Mean activity counts for before and after pheromone exposure (left), and the mean after/before activity ratio (right), un-irradiated (0 Gy) and irradiated (300 Gy) Epiphyas postvittana males exposed to 1 of 4 levels of temperature shock (0, 1, 2, 4 h at 30 [degrees]C).
Body mass index (BMI), time of diagnosis, HbA1c, interferon gamma (INF-[gamma]), von Willebrand factor (VWF), ADAMTS13 activity, and VWF/ADAMTS13 activity ratio were normally distributed.
Radiometric activities measured in blackgill rockfish otoliths generally agreed with expected activity ratios for [sup.210]Pb and [sup.226]Ra (Fig.
MYR only depends of the activity ratios ([a.sub.x+j]/[a.sub.x]), j=1,2,...,m.
(a) Healthy individuals (n = 10) Sex, F/M 3/7 Age, years 53.0 (22.6) CSF/serum sPLA2 activity ratio (b) 0.4(0.1) CSF/serum protein ratio (c) 0.013 (0.003) (a) Categorical data (sex) and continuous variables (age, CSF/serum sPLA2 activity ratio, CSF/serum protein ratio) are expressed as number of individuals and as mean (SD), respectively.
[R.sub.0] = the activity ratio of [sup.210]Pb:[sup.226]Ra initially incorporated;
The cutoff points for assigning phenotype based on activity ratio are shown in Fig.
Use of the plasma aldosterone concentration-to-plasma renin activity ratio as a screening test for primary aldosteronism: a systematic review of the literature.
* Activity ratio turnover--also called "efficiency ratios," measure activity or changes in certain assets.
The ApoJ/PON1 activity ratio is based on the presence of the two proteins in the same particle or in different particles.
In addition, repeated sampling over the 5 years from four of the frozen (-70[degrees]C) human livers from the FAO study (two with high activity and two with low activity at the time of the original assays; data not shown) showed that neither the individual enzyme activities nor the SCHAD/LCHAD activity ratio changed significantly during that time.
Heart to liver, heart to gut and heart to lung activity ratios: Background-to-target ratios were used as a surrogate for image quality.