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no thing; not anything

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Null cell adenoma--a separate category not clearly reflected in the developmental biology of the anterior pituitary--was defined by Kovacs et al (24) as pituitary adenoma unassociated clinically or biochemically with increased hormone secretion and containing no adenohypophyseal hormones by immunohistochemistry and by electron microscopy; null cell adenoma accounted for approximately 16% of their series of 343 surgically removed adenomas.
Also of note, because we have access to SF-1 immunostaining, which was unavailable in the 2007 German Pituitary Tumor Registry report, (21) it is not surprising that we found both fewer null cell adenomas and more gonadotroph adenomas.
Although perhaps intuitively attractive, it is quite incorrect to interpret a p value as the probability that the null hypothesis is true, given the evidence expressed in the observed test statistic (e.g., Ambaum 2010).
Choose at each point of [S.sub.u] a null direction perpendicular in [S.sub.u] and smoothly depending on the foot-point.
In addition to a radical change in diet, Null argues, nutritional supplementation must be aggressive.
These are raised in sidelobe levels, displacement of nulls from their original positions, and diminishing of null depth.
All apparently homozygous undisputed mothers who had a different STR phenotype to their apparently homozygous children were counted as probable null allele carriers.
The solution for null values isn't always that easy.
These are increase in sidelobe levels, displacement of nulls and diminishing of null depth.
The form of the null and alternative hypothesis governs whether the testing is one-tailed or two-tailed.
Curry questions this position, and points out that the discussion on the null hypothesis serves to highlight fuzziness surrounding the many hypotheses related to dangerous climate change.
If [phi] is a null curve, then the Frenet formulae has the form
The pre-eminent early contribution, that of Rizzi (1986), saw covert pronouns as licensed by a governing head and recovered by the features of that head (effectively AGRs in the case of null subjects).
When used for its stated purpose, null can be quite useful as shown in the Clients table in figure 1.Null values seen in the ClientMiddieInitial field and the ClientCounty field represent either missing or unknown values.