viability

[ vahy-uh-bil-i-tee ]SEE DEFINITION OF viability
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Careful handling of the nuts is advisable to preserve their viability.

But it was found (Bridges and Sturtevant, 1914) that viability was so erratic that coefficients might mislead.

Competition among larv was found to be the chief factor in viability.

Its viability has always been very poor; in this respect it is one of the very poorest of the sex-linked characters.

Sodium chloride, in the absence of hypochlorites, was found to have no influence upon the viability of B. coli in water.

The risk of family breakdown is carefully integrated in the calculations establishing the viability of the marriage.

The viability of Endamoeba histolytica cysts after passage through the cockroach.

An exploratory investigation of the effect in vivo and in vitro of cockroach tissues on the viability of Newcastle disease virus.

In this connection it is necessary to mention again the question of viability.

The viability of paramecia and euglenae in the digestive tract of cockroaches.

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