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Synonyms for estimate

calculate roughly

approximate calculation

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Synonyms for estimate

to calculate approximately

to make a judgment as to the worth or value of

the act or result of judging the worth or value of something or someone

a rough or tentative calculation

Synonyms for estimate

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This still lead to an increase in progenies variance, considering that the estimative was obtained through the expected mean squares of progenies and errors, causing the enhancement of average heritability coefficient for GY, on selection cycle 1.
The objective of this work was to obtain estimatives of genetic parameters of IPR 114 maize variety and to evaluate the population potential for breeding purposes.
The genetic parameters estimatives obtained on both selection cycles of IPR 114 population allow evidencing a decrease in genetic variability from cycle 1 to cycle 2 for all five traits analyzed (Table 2).
Analyzing Table 2 we can observe that the estimatives for additive genetic variances obtained on cycle 1 for PH and EH traits were of 162.
Due to the fact that the progenies evaluations were performed in two locations, the magnitudes of the obtained estimatives presented less influenced by the progenies x location interaction.
The magnitude of genetic parameters estimatives obtained indicates the possibility of continuous gains for grain yield in the IPR 114 population, without greater alterations in the other characteristics, thus justifying the continuity of the selection process.
national strategic intelligence" means comprehensive, integrated and estimative intelligence on all the current and long term aspects of national security which are of special concern to strategic decision-making and the formulation and implementation of policy and strategy at national level;
Human beings share the estimative capacity, and it too is localized in the brain.
42) The power that judges the attractiveness of a known object at the sensitive level is called the estimative power (vis aestimativa) in the animal and the cogitative power (vis cogitativa) in man.
Estimative of root yield (RY) and root yield loss (RYL) of table beet crop submitted to increasing week of weed initial coexistance (WIW), based on regression equations.
The internal sense unifies the data coming from the different external senses and gives them unity through a faculty called the estimative power (in animals) or cogitative power (in humans).
The power of apprehension in animals that operates on sensible particulars, the estimative power operates by natural instinct, as, for example, when an antelope flees a lion, or a bird takes a piece of straw for nest building.