Published: Jan 1978
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A statistical technique useful in the analysis of experiments involving time-response curves is presented. This procedure, known as growth curves analysis, uses the techniques of multivariate linear models to estimate parameters and test hypotheses. Examples of experimental designs to which this procedure can be applied and a worked out example are presented.
ecology, environments, growth curve, linear model, multivariate analysis of variance, multivariate analysis of covariance, orthogonal polynomials
Senior biometrician, Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia, Philadelphia, Pa
Research associate curator, Benedict Estuarine Research Laboratory of the Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia, Benedict, Md