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Corn ProductionstatcrunchFeb 26, 2009114B703
UMFGrowthpH.txt
Forest scientists are concerned with the decline in forest growth throughout the world. One aspect of this decline is the possible effect of emissions from coal-fired power plants. In particular, the scientists are interested in the pH level of the soil and the resulting impact on tree growth retardation. The scientists measure various aspects of growth associated with trees in a specified region and the soil pH in the same region. The scientists then want to determine impact on tree growth as the soil becomes more acidic. An index of growth retardation is constructed from various measurements taken on the trees with a high value indicating greater retardation in tree growth. A lower value of soil pH indicates a more acidic soil. Twenty tree stands which are exposed to a particular power plant emissions are selected for study. The dataset UMFGrowthpH.txt contains the variables SoilpH and GrowRet. You are to build a linear regression model predicting GrowRet from SoilpH.
gailllangeNov 14, 2016391B151
Exercise 18.28 Soil
P. S. Gupta, "Reaction of plants to the density of solil," Journal of Ecology, 21 (1933), pp. 452-474.
bbeardAug 11, 2008256B204
Comparative Bioinfo.xls
This data was mined from the public gene bank from January-February 2009. It is a collection of genes or genomic DNAs compared using a BLAST2N search with mRNAs for specific plants. I want to use this data for my Master's thesis as a way to design primers and identify a promoter for the Beta-Amylase gene in Medicago sativa.
idiobrettMay 9, 200916KB147
Exercise 3.28 Corn Plants
Simplified from W. L. Colville and D. P. McGill, "Effect of rate and method of planting on several plant characters and yield of irrigated corn," Agronomy Journal, 54 (1962), pp. 235-238.
bbeardAug 11, 2008212B145
STAT 205-problem 2.78
Mortality rates (deaths within one year per 100 patients) for heart transplant patients at various low and high volume hospitals. Low volume hospitals perform between 5 and 9 transplants per year and high volume hospitals perform 10 or more transplants per year. This data found from Samuels, M. L., and Witmer, J. A. (2003), Statistics for the Life Sciences, 3rd Ed., Upper Saddle River, NJ: Prentice Hall; Example 2.4.
ds-7515%scAug 11, 2008632B139
Inference Worksheet
Loss of Working Hours due to accidents in six plants before and after a safety program is initiated
ds-7403%scAug 11, 200873B119
Camellia Plant Widths
Leaf widths of Camellia Plants found growing in two separate locations on the campus of Sacramento State University. One location experiences high-light levels throughout the day and the other has low-light conditions. Each width is measured in millimeters.
samanthamillerDec 5, 2015305B111
Exercise 18.29 Fungus
M. W. Peugh, "Field investigation of ventilation and air quality in duck and turkey slaughter plants," MS thesis, Purdue University, 1996.
bbeardAug 11, 200894B107
CYS 1.14 and 1.15 Organ Transp
The Statistical Abstract of the United States, prepared by the Census Bureau, provides the number of single-organ transplants for the year 2003, by organ.
bbeardAug 11, 2008135B101
Exercise 17.35 Fungus
M. W. Peugh, "Field investigation of ventilation and air quality in duck and turkey slaughter plants," MS thesis, Purdue University, 1996.
bbeardAug 11, 200874B93
CYS 24.18 Spores
M. W. Peugh, "Field investigation of ventilation and air quality in duck and turkey slaughter plants," MS thesis, Purdue University, 1996.
bbeardAug 11, 2008154B73
plants cycle length and day le
cycle length and day length both in hours of 146 plants
ds-9259%scAug 11, 20082KB72
Problem 2.10
THis is about plants; cycle length vs. length of day
ds-9243%scAug 11, 20082KB45
Problem 2.10 on homework
Relationship b/w the plants' cycle lengths and the length of the day on June 21.
ds-9251%scAug 11, 20082KB40

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