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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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To learn more about changes in bone density over many years in people with HIV, researchers conducted this new study of almost 2600 women and men with 2 or more bone density measurements over the years.
The researchers found that among women whose breast density was categorized by automated BI-RADS more than six months to five years before diagnosis, compared to those with scattered fibroglandular densities, women with extremely dense breasts had a 5.65-fold higher interval cancer risk and 1.43-fold higher screen-detected risk.
This resulted in lower density of land use and private car became the most favorable mode to travel especially in North America (Jean et.
* ASTM D 4253 Test Methods for Maximum Index Density and Unit Weight of Soils Using a Vibratory Table; and
The global linear low density polyethylene market can be segmented into five divisions based on type: Films and sheets, injection molding, rotomolding, pipe and extrusion, and others.
Thus, in solid dose tablet manufacturing, a change in bulk density can quickly bring the production run to a screeching halt.
combinations of plant density and duration of long-day can offer similar total fresh mass of chrysanthemum without effect to flower size or number of flower.
VuCOMP's M-Vu Breast Density uses advanced computer vision algorithms to evaluate the appearance of structures and textures in the breast to differentiate between fatty and dense regions.
The uniform density distribution has been often assumed in gravimetric studies of marine sediments.
Microspheres of accurately known mass density are generally used as an external marker to facilitate the monitoring of the density gradient shape and range.
POPULATION DENSITY IS AMONG LOWEST IN EUROPE The average number of people per square kilometre in Scotland is 68, among the lowest of the EU countries.