advantages and disadvantages of replications in on-farm sorghum variety tests in North Cameroon by Jerry J. Johnson

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Meaning, what you get in the end product is. A replication study attempts to validate the findings of a prior piece of research.

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Factory farming is a necessity in some ways because of our need for food. As the global population level grows to near 10 billion in the coming years, we must have access to a variety of items that can help us to manage our health. DNA divides itself in two to create an exact replication. A Helicase (or motor protein) initiates the split(or unzipping) at a section of the DNA which is rich in A-T pairs.

RNA nucleotides are inserted at the initiation point. DNA adds a complementary leading strand and more RNA primer is added and a DNA replication. Advantages: • Cut the production cost down in the first stage of investment • Engage in the home replication strategy as it initially expands into foreign markets • In local market, not need to implement manufacturing but importing finished goods and apply marketing model • For business, can be a competitive strength for newcomers.

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Network-based data replication is probably the least familiar of the data replication technologies. While it has been around for quite some time, it doesn't seem to receive as much attention as host- and array-based replication. There are different varieties of network-based data replication.

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• Null results or nonzero results could be replications o E.g., failure to find intervention to work in two different data sets is a replication as would be the finding of positive effect • Same researcher performing second study more likely to replicate o Fully aware of procedures • Second researcher in another location less likely because.

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DNA replication allows the cells to behave correctly so that mutations such as cancers do not spread throughout the body. The disadvantage of replication is that a lot of storage is needed to keep.

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That is it.In engineering, science, and statistics, replication is the repetition of an experimental condition so that the variability associated with the phenomenon can be estimated. ASTM, in standard E, defines replication as "the repetition of the set of all the treatment combinations to be compared in an experiment.

Each of the repetitions is called a replicate.". The GLP's mission is to aid the public, media and policymakers in understanding the science and implications of human and agricultural genetics and biotech.

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