RCBD

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AcronymDefinition
RCBDRandomized Complete Block Design
RCBDRapid Cycling Bipolar Disorder
RCBDRecombinant Collagen-Binding Domain
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The field was laid out in three replicated randomized complete block design (RCBD) having plot size for each treatment was 5 m x 2 m (10 m2).
Data was subjected to analysis of variance technique (Steel et al., 1997) using statistical analysis software MSTAT-C as two factors randomized complete block design. The significant means were determined by using least significance difference (LSD) test at 0.05 probability level.
[8] There were paid attention in randomized complete block design with four replications for checking effect of four different tillage ways which is involved moldboard plow as a conventional way*moldboard plow and heavy disc* subsoiler and heavy disc and subsoiler and moldboard on some physical feature of soil* in a potato field with loam-sandy tissue.
The experiment was conducted in a randomized complete block design with split plot design having three replicates.
Experimental design and methodology: Treatments were set according to Randomized Complete Block Design (RCBD).
The birds were randomly divided into 108 experimental units (replicates comprising one male and three females of each) which were randomly assigned to 12 treatment groups having 4 close-bred flocks (imported, local 1, local 2, and local 3) x 3 female body weight with randomized complete block design in factorial arrangements having 9 replicates in each treatment.
Soil chemical data for May 2002 and October 2003 were analyzed as a randomized complete block design by site using the mixed linear model, PROC MIXED (Littell et al., 1996; SAS Institute, 1998).
Four treatments (the number of leaves defoliated every week 0, 10, 15, and 20) were randomly assigned to pots and replicated four times in a randomized complete block design. Results show that there was no significant difference in grain yield with defoliation.
A randomized complete block design with sub-sampling (7) was used to test the dielectric response variations between knot wood, distorted grain wood, and clear wood.
The trial was performed in a three replicated randomized complete block design with plot size of 10.50 m2.
The experiment was laid out in randomized complete block design with split plot arrangements having four replications.
A total of 432 adult (12 weeks old) quails, comprising 108 males and 324 females were randomly picked up from the available stock and then divided into 108 experimental units (replicates comprising one male and three females of each.) These experimental units were randomly assigned to 12 treatment groups having 4 close-bred flocks (imported, local 1, local 2, and local 3) x 3 female body weights (heavy 300-350g, medium 250-300g and small 200-250g) with randomized complete block design in factorial arrangements having 9 replicates in each treatment.
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