Definition of Nonequivalence

1. Noun. Not interchangeable.

Generic synonyms: Inequality
Antonyms: Equivalence
Derivative terms: Nonequivalent



Definition of Nonequivalence

1. Noun. inequivalence ¹

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Definition of Nonequivalence

1. [n -S]

Medical Definition of Nonequivalence

1. Term used in cell determination for cells that will give rise to the same sorts of differentiated tissues but that have different positional values (e.g. Cells of fore limb and hind limb buds). This entry appears with permission from the Dictionary of Cell and Molecular Biology (11 Mar 2008)

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Nonequivalence

nonequalitarians
nonequalities
nonequality
nonequally
nonequals
nonequestrian
nonequestrians
nonequidimensional
nonequilateral
nonequilibrated
nonequilibria
nonequilibrium
nonequilibriums
nonequine
nonequity
nonequivalence (current term)
nonequivalences
nonequivalent
nonerect
nonerectile
nonergative
nonergodic
nonergodicity
nonergoline
nonergonomic
noneroding
nonerosion

Literary usage of Nonequivalence

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1. Journal of the American Chemical Society by American Chemical Society (1879)
"'In each case where more than one proton in the alkyl (or aryl) group exhibits a chemical shift difference, the sense of nonequivalence is the same as that ..."

2. Manual of Patent Examining Procedure edited by J. Michael Thesz (1997)
"IF nonequivalence SHOWN, EXAMINER MUST CONSIDER OBVIOUSNESS However, even where the applicant has met that burden of proof and has shown that the prior art ..."

3. Meta-Analysis of Drug Abuse Prevention Programs edited by William J. Bukoski (1998)
"While this may threaten the internal validity of a primary study, one would not expect that such nonequivalence necessarily yields a predominant bias when ..."

4. Crossing Boundaries: Statistical Essays in Honor of Jack Hall by William Jackson Hall, John Edward Kolassa, David Oakes (2003)
"Asymptotic nonequivalence of nonparametric experiments when the smoothness index is 1/2. Annals of Statistics, 26:279-287, 1998. [7] HD Brunk. ..."

5. Data Needs for Food Policy in Developing Countries: New Directions for by Joachim Von Braun (1993)
"The nonequivalence of time use to labor use is, in effect, a failure to reflect a variation in work effort. Although there is significant progress to ..."

6. The Hmong, 1987-1995: A Selected & Annotated Bibliography edited by Christina J. Smith (1996)
""The Problem of Metaphorical nonequivalence in Cross-Cultural Survey Research: Comparing the Mental Health Statuses of Hmong Refugee and General Population ..."

7. Correctional Psychology: Practice, Programming, and Administrationby Barbara K. Schwartz by Barbara K. Schwartz (2003)
"... 10-2 Methodological Concerns in Treatment Research 10-3 nonequivalence of Control Group 10-3 Heterogeneity of Treated Groups 10-3 Different Concepts and ..."

8. The Analyst Application by SAS Institute (2003)
"Equivalence is taken to be the alternative hypothesis, and the null hypothesis is nonequivalence. The model assumed may be additive or multiplicative. ..."

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