Incidence

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Large-cell Lung Carcinoma - Incidence
... According to the Nurses' Health Study, the risk of large cell lung carcinoma increases with a previous history of tobacco smoking, with a previous smoking duration of 30 to 40 years giving a relative risk of approximately 2.3 compared to never-smokers, and a duration of more than 40 years giving a relative risk of approximately 3.6. ...
Copper Toxicity - EPA Cancer Data
... Two studies in mice have shown no increased incidence of cancer ... strains of mice fed copper compounds found a varying increased incidence of reticulum cell sarcoma in males of one strain, but not the other (there was ...
Incidence - Other Uses
... Angle of incidence, a measure of deviation of something from "straight on" Incidence (epidemiology), a measure of the risk of developing some new condition within a specified period of time Plane of incidence ...
Topology (electrical Circuits) - Graph Theory - Incidence
... Incidence is one of the basic properties of a graph ... The incidence of a graph can be captured in matrix format with a matrix called an incidence matrix ... In fact, the incidence matrix is an alternative mathematical representation of the graph which dispenses with the need for any kind of drawing ...
Supermarine Type 322 - Design and Development
... intended to be powered by the Rolls-Royce Exe engine, which unusually, featured a variable-incidence wing, first demonstrated on the French Paul Scmitt biplane at the Paris ... Variable incidence allowed the fuselage to be kept at the optimum angle for good visibility whilst maintaining lift – particularly useful for a ... The incidence could be varied between 2 degrees when the flap setting was neutral, to 16 degrees when the flaps were lowered to 60 degrees ...

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