Example sentences for: increases

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  • From August 1997, when that crisis first broke, until this May, when Suharto finally implemented the sharp price increases and subsidy cuts demanded by the International Monetary Fund, these partners were primarily concerned with economic reform--budget cuts, currency boards, bank regulation, and other technical policy questions.

  • The tissue binding increases the volume of distribution and results in a more "complicated" venous concentration time course.

  • Thus, an increase in IFNγ at the tumor site of SLC/CCL21-treated mice could explain the relative increases in IP-10/CXCL10 and MIG/CXCL9.

  • Varying habitat size affects species and communities living in small aquatic habitats, and many of these species appear to be flexible in their choice of habitat [ 16 23 24 25 ] . However, we need to be able to distinguish between fundamental effects of scale, that is, how habitats of different size affect growth and survival of individual C. pipiens, and artifacts caused by scaling, which may be determined as much by experimental design as by actual differences in habitat scale [ 3 ] . Vertical, or wall, surface area is thought to be the source of artifacts in micro- and mesocosm experiments that are scaled down from actual habitat size and artificially enclose the system in question [ 3 ] . Wall area is an artifact, because as microcosms are scaled down wall area per unit volume increases, which may affect composition of the microbial community and increase dominance of periphyton [ 3 ] . Determining the source of effects is critical for understanding the ecology of scaling and for how microcosm design affects experimental outcomes.

  • As more experimental data from mapping TSSs are obtained, it will be interesting to see if the percentage of successful prediction increases.

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