persistency


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the state or quality of being insistent

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This is the first study to show genetic of persistency of lactation.
Lapse and persistency rates remain important issues for U.
The currently most suitable method for the measurement and representation of persistency takes into account the prediction of breeding values (EBVs) for components of the lactation curve using random regression models (RRM).
In the present study, 44,440 test day milk yield records, for first lactation of Iranian Holstein cattle, collected between 1983 and 2010 were used to genetic analysis of the lactation persistency of Iranian Holstein cattle with Legen dre Polynomials based Random Regression Models.
The lactation persistency is defined as the ability of the cow in maintaining the level of milk yield after reaching the peak lactation and it is related to the reduction of production costs (Cobuci et al.
Under the bancassurance business there are quite a few problems of misselling as measured by low renewal persistency.
Giving good service is by far the best way to achieve high persistency.
This study was conducted to estimate heritabilities of milk yield traits (305-d milk yield, persistency, peak time and lactation curve shape parameters as per Wood model) and two latent variables from Factor Analysis on the basis of 10 test day (TD) milk yield records.
Along with the growth in new business, Canara HSBC Oriental Bank of Commerce Life Insurance Company continued to maintain the highest 13-month persistency ratio amongst private players.
This premium forgiveness, which could be provided under relatively more liberal triggering conditions--including unemployment, hospitalization, casualty losses or mortgage delinquency--could pay dividends to the carrier as a result of improved persistency.
As a benefit, BTA is an important part of today's global economy; as a product, it is both a door opener in pursuing new group-life business and a defensive card to protect the persistency of such profitable business.
However, when the sample is packed effectively with the right patient education materials, persistency can improve.
Using a simple random panel of over 71,000 individual taxpayers who filed for Tax Years 1999 through 2002, this paper analyzes persistency in taxpayers' contribution activities in traditional IRA's and in 401 (k) plans.
Overall persistency for voluntary products has increased over the last year according to about 50 percent of the respondents to Eastbridge Consulting Group's latest Frontline Report, Persistency and Conservation Measures of Voluntary Carriers.
Efforts have been focused on addressing issues such as misselling, renewal persistency and bank's remuneration structure to ensure protection of policyholders' interests as well as to provide sustainable growth to this sector.
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