effective conjugate ef·fec·tive conjugate (ĭ-fěk’tĭv)
The conjugate measured from the nearest lumbar vertebra to the pubic symphysis. Also called false conjugate.
- Effective computable
theory A term describing a function for which there is an effective algorithm that correctly calculates the function. The algorithm must consist of a finite sequence of instructions. (1996-05-03)
noun, Electricity. 1. the magnitude of an alternating current having the same heating effect as that of a given magnitude of direct current.
noun 1. the amount of a drug, or level of radiation exposure, that is sufficient to achieve the desired clinical improvement. effective dose n. Abbr. ED The dose, usually of a drug, that produces a desired effect.
- Effective half-life
effective half-life n. See half-life.