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To reproduce; to make exact copies
{f} duplicate, copy, reproduce, make a facsimile
an adjective or verb referring to the taking of more than one sample or to the performance of more than one analysis Incorrectly used as a noun in place of replicate analysis Replicate is to be used when referring to more than two items See Duplicate
make or do or perform again; "He could never replicate his brilliant performance of the magic trick"
To make a copy (replica) of
bend or turn backward
random subgroup of a sample
To store an identical copy of a data object on a different physical resource Provides redundancy/backup in case of failure of a physical resource Facilitates faster access if, when accessing a data object, you access the one closest to you The user can choose a particular replica to work with, or the SRB will pick one if one is not specified
To reply
Repeated operation occurring within an analytical procedure Two or more analyses for the same constituent in an extract of a single sample constitutes replicate extract analyses
Analyzing the same sample twice; should yield very similar results
biology: reproduce or make an exact copy of; "replicate the cell"; "copy the genetic information
Folded over or backward; folded back upon itself; as, a replicate leaf or petal; a replicate margin of a shell
Replicates are individuals or groups that are exposed to the same conditions in an experiment, including the same level of the independent variable In a typical bioassay, you might test 5 different solution concentrations For each of these concentrations, you might use 3 petri dishes, each containing 5 lettuce seeds At each concentration, the 3 dishes are replicates
to repeat or copy
In the manufacturing of a CD-ROM, to mold the actual disc by injecting molten polycarbonate into the mold cavity (stamper), then quickly cool the plastic to harden it, a process which takes less than 15 seconds After replication of the disc, art is printed onto the non-data side of the disc via silk-screen or offset printing
to repeat experimental data collection in order to determine if conditions give consistent results
If you replicate someone's experiment, work, or research, you do it yourself in exactly the same way. He invited her to his laboratory to see if she could replicate the experiment. = duplicate
(noun) A general term for a copy of a collection of data (verb) The action of making a replicate It can also mean duplicate or copy
biology: reproduce or make an exact copy of; "replicate the cell"; "copy the genetic information"
Folded over or backward; folded back upon itself; as, a replicate leaf or petal; a replicate margin of a shell
past of replicate
Repetitions of the same experiment It is applied in statistics to represent observations that have the same experimental conditions
third-person singular of replicate
More that two separate analyses are run on the same sample using the same sample volume and testing technique Usually the average result is reported Example: running more than two TSS on the plant effluent These are used to check laboratory procedure and precision
These are often useful to test lack-of-fit On the summary screen and the headings of the output data there appears the information about the number of data points If there are replicates, the number of set points are also reported, which is the number of distinct independent or design variable combinations used (the number of parameters should be smaller or equal to the number of set points) Under ANALYSIS/LACK-OF-FIT the actual statistical test is performed
present participle of replicate



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    /ˈrepləˌkāt/ /ˈrɛpləˌkeɪt/


    [ 're-pl&-"kAt ] (verb.) 15th century. Late Latin replicatus, past participle of replicare.


    ... the manufacturing sector of the last century is not going to replicate itself in this century. ...

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