Noun(1) something added to enhance food or gasoline or paint or medicine
Adjective(1) designating or involving an equation whose terms are of the first degree(2) characterized or produced by addition
(1) The artistic palette of colors, on the other hand, includes additive colors which include red, green and blue.(2) That of a primary colour will be a mixture of the two other primaries: the additive complement of red is cyan, the subtractive complement is green.(3) However, there does exists a set of parameter values that produce additive effects of stimulus quality.(4) That is, cumulative discrimination may be more than an additive process in which the effects of discriminatory incidents sum over time to form larger and larger outcome disparities.(5) The period length of the double mutant strains was close to values predicted from assuming an additive or multiplicative effect from each mutation.(6) When combined in the ancestral background, the two mutations had an additive effect, leading to a net increase of 17% relative to the ancestor.(7) For both outcomes, Model A examined the simple additive effects and Model B examined the more complex interactions between the gender of the respondent and the source of support.(8) Research suggests that the different factors have an additive effect.(9) Smoking and asthma had additive but not multiplicative effects on decline.(10) Many problems in evolutionary biology involve evolution of traits controlled by multiple genes of approximately additive effect.(11) The three types of cones are often, and somewhat misleadingly, equated with Maxwell's additive primaries of red, blue, and green.(12) A third possibility is that structural position and self-monitoring may have relatively independent, additive effects on performance in organizations.(13) It shows that the genetic variances and covariances contributed by the additive and dominance effects cannot be fully controlled in the model.(14) These rates are greater than expected for additive or multiplicative effects of the single mutations.(15) Another alternative is to have the additive colors in small containers and have the students dip the brush in to get a small amount.(16) The new results include measurements of temperature and additive effects and kinetics modeling of the DPH curves.
(1) food additive :: additief
1. added ingredient ::
2. addition ::
3. preservative ::
4. coloring ::
5. linear ::
Different Formsadditive, additives
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