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Synonyms for additive

added ingredient

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Synonyms for additive

increasing, as in force, by successive additions

Synonyms for additive

something added to enhance food or gasoline or paint or medicine

designating or involving an equation whose terms are of the first degree

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characterized or produced by addition

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They assume habits enter additively and are "external" so that
We documented that in a general population apoA-I was, additively to the impaired atheroprotective activity of HDL particles, a CHD risk predictor approaching in magnitude to non HDL-cholesterol or systolic BP in combined sexes when adjusted for conventional risk factors, statin use and Lp(a).
Additively, he outlines following four dimensions of globalisation:
In addition, she says, Trichoderma species produce other toxins with different mechanisms, which in all likelihood also work either additively or synergistically with peptaibols.
Results indicated that these facilitation measures are conceptually and empirically similar and have an overall positive impact on volunteer engagement outcomes when treated additively.
To overpass this limitation, we extend the theory to a simple variety of preferences that are not necessarily additively separable.
Using additively homomorphic cryptosystem permit the computation of linear combinations of encrypted data without need for prior decryption, such that PRS can combine received encrypted rating profiles into a new ciphertext that is the encryption of the sum of the ratings of the original ratings.
Throughout the article X will denotes the topological Hausdroff group, written additively, which satisfies the first axiom of countability.
23) Another study utilizing volunteers from another religious order found that both AD pathology and cerebral infarctions independently and additively increased clinical dementia.
Cyanidin 3-glucoside exerted anticancer effect by acting synergistically or additively with other active components in the extracts.
deg(p(x))]p(1/x)) to an additively symmetric polynomial q(x) (satisfying q(-x) = [(-1).
where the white point is defined as the chromaticity generated by additively mixing the three primary colors at maximum intensity.
All process by which 3D models and components are produced additively, that is, by fitting or mounting volume elements together (voxels or layers) are called generative production process.
These include the prescribed and total cumulative RAI doses, frequency of treatments and clearance rate of RAI therapy, and additively, the patient's bone marrow reserve and degree of bone marrow metastases (2).
These threats can interact both additively and synergistically to create syndromes of extinction that confound diagnosis and remedy.