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Words per Minute

The number of words of dictation a person can type in one minute. Maintaining a high WPM rate is an important clerical skill for persons who are expected to type or retype documents.
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The participant demonstrated increased scores for WPM during GP compared to BP.
After an adaptation period, it could be written at average 13.2 wpm with 100% accuracy by using the developed system.
The maximum rooting percentage (63.34%) for Aspidosperma polyneuron was achieved by using hypocotyl explants subjected to a pulse treatment with 5 mM of IBA for 15 minutes, and cultivated on growth regulator-free WPM for five weeks.
Encapsulated lateral buds and pre-cultured in liquid WPM medium supplemented with 0.75 M sucrose and 1.0 M glycerol for 24 hours (Bar = 1.0 cm); B.
Adventitious shoots with approximately 1 cm in length were excised after 40 days in culture and inoculated into multiplication media i.e., WPM supplemented with KT (1.0, 2.0, 3.0 mg L-1), IAA (0, 0.05, 0.1, 0.2 mg L-1), and GA3 (2.0 mg L-1) under light for multiple shoot formation.
Students reading to a WPM criterion do not have to attend to errors nor do they count against reading skill level.
Neste estudo, nao houve diferenca significativa entre os meios de cultura WPM, MS e 1/2 MS para o numero de segmentos nodais (Tabela 2), indicando que o meio de cultura nao influenciou o crescimento in vitro das plantas de grapia.
Macro elements concentration in WPM medium was reduced to half and quarter, While maintaining the concentration of micro elements and vitamins.
The sterilized explants were cut into 50 x 50 mm segments and cultured onto 60 mL Murashige and Skoog (MS) medium [12] and WPM [13] in a sterile container, supplemented with various concentrations of auxins (NaA, IAA, IBA, and 2,4-D or 2,4dichlorophenoxyacetic acid), cytokinins (TDZ, Kn) (0.5-5.0 mg [L.sup.-1]), sucrose (30 g), and Gelrite (5g).
At the beginning of the peer tutoring phase, tutors who performed both methods (group 1) were reading at 76.6 words per minute (wpm), and by the end of this phase these tutors had improved to 85.4 wpm (see Table 1).