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 Übersetzung für 'viability' von Englisch nach Deutsch
NOUN   viability | -
viabilityFunktionsfähigkeit {f}
1116
viabilityLebensfähigkeit {f}
488
viability [practicability]Durchführbarkeit {f}
318
viabilityÜberleben {n}
230
viability [practicability]Realisierbarkeit {f}
92
viabilityLebensfähigkeiten {pl}
59
viability [usefulness]Brauchbarkeit {f}
57
admin.econ.sociol.
viability
Entwicklungs­fähigkeit {f}
37
viabilityViabilität {f}
14
2 Wörter
(economic) viabilityRentabilität {f}
biol.
cell viability
Zellviabilität {f}
biol.
cell viability
Zelllebensfähigkeit {f}
biol.
cell viability
Lebendzellanteil {m} [Zellviabilität]
economic viabilitywirtschaftliche Tragfähigkeit {f}
econ.
economic viability
Wirtschaftlichkeit {f}
future viabilityZukunftsfähigkeit {f}
med.
myocardial viability
Myokardviabilität {f}
med.
viability assay
Viabilitätsassay {m}
econ.
viability plan
Rentabilitätsplan {m}
spec.
viability study
Viabilitätsstudie {f}
3 Wörter
capital market viabilityKapitalmarktfähigkeit {f}
ecol.
population viability analysis <PVA>
Populationsgefährdungs­analyse {f} <PGA>
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Anwendungsbeispiele Englisch
  • The formulation of the coating slurry plays a huge role in maintaining the viability of these microbes.
  • It is also used in combination with propidium iodide (PI) to determine viability in eukaryotic cells.
  • GFP has been shown to be useful in cryobiology as a viability assay.
  • (2007) investigated the production of cytokine and cell viability in response to citrinin treatment.
  • The tree is generally propagated from seeds, though it can be grafted. No named cultivars are known. Seeds lose viability if dried, but can retain viability for a period of months if kept moist.

  • Genetic viability is applied by wildlife management staff in zoos, aquariums or other such ex situ habitats.
  • A fluorescein diacetate (FDA) biochemical viability test for several species of conifer seed, including white spruce, estimates the proportion of live seed (viability) in a seedlot, and hence the percentage germination of a seedlot.
  • Among key facets of the bill include preventing governments from regulating abortions before fetal viability, or when the mother's life or health is at risk after fetal viability, and preventing government from restricting access to abortion services unless a compelling state interest has been shown in such restrictions.
  • The scheme entails making the routes financially viable, without insisting on the financial viability of the regional airports, by lowering the cost of flight operations and through financial support in the form of viability gap funding (VGF).
  • The concept of viability arose with Stafford Beer in the 1950s through his paradigm of management systems.

  • The viability of seed from cached cones does not vary during current caching, but viability drops essentially to zero after being in caches for 1 or 2 years (Wagg 1964).
  • During the past several decades, neonatal care has improved with advances in medical science, and therefore the limit of viability has moved earlier.
  • Though simple visual techniques of observing viability can be useful, it can be difficult to thoroughly measure an organism's/part of an organism's viability merely using the observation of physical properties.
  • Since the cell viability is determined by electric current exclusion, viability dyes such as Trypan blue and Propidium iodide are not needed.
  • Fetal viability refers to a point in fetal development at which the fetus may survive outside the womb.

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