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Statistical Testing of Differences in Causal Behaviour of Two Morphologically Indistinguishable Objects
V. Yu. Urbakh
Vol. 23, No. 1 (Mar., 1967), pp. 137-143
Published by: International Biometric Society
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/2528286
Page Count: 7
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The problem considered in this paper is that of testing, given observations on a sample of cells, the null hypothesis that the paternal and maternal chromosomes in a particular pair behave similarly (e.g. have the same DNA synthesis rate, or the same sensitivity to radiation). Two models are considered, one in which a particular stimulus can conceivably affect either chromosome of a pair, and one in which it can affect at most one (for example, a particular labelled molecule may be used in synthesis by either chromosome, but an ionizing particle on a path intersecting one chromosome will generally be incapable of hitting the other). Tests are suggested for both models.
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