Clumping

The terms clump, clumping may refer to:

  • an organic behavior, see Clumping (biology);
  • a software testing scenario, see Clumping (computer science) and LURCH;
  • a methodology utilized for mapping cash flows of financial instruments in the VaR (Value at Risk) calculation;
  • a small group of hills, see Wittenham Clumps.
  • "clump", an iamamiwhoami song.
  • Transit vehicle clumping, when one public transport vehicle falls behind schedule, and another scheduled behind it meets it in the same location

Other articles related to "clumping":

Coagulase Test - Slide Test
... If 'positive', macroscopic clumping would be observed in the plasma within 10 seconds, with no clumping in the saline drop ... If 'negative', no clumping will be observed ... Clumping in both drops is an indication of autoagglutination, so a tube test should be carried out ...
Clumping Factor A
... Clumping factor A, or ClfA, is a virulence factor from Staphylococcus aureus (S ... It is responsible for the clumping of blood plasma observed when adding S ... Clumping factor is detected by the slide test ...
Sessility (zoology) - Clumping
... Clumping is a behavior in an animal, usually sessile, in which individuals of a particular species group close to one another for beneficial purposes, and can be seen in coral reefs and ...
Catbox - Types of Litter Box Filler - Clumping Litter
... The type of clumping litter developed by the FEU was calcium bentonite, a less swelling and less sticky type than American bentonite ... Subsequently in America, clumping bentonite was developed in 1984 by biochemist Thomas Nelson ... Clumping litter usually also contains quartz or diatomaceous earth (sometimes called diatomaceous silica, which causes it to be mistakenly confused with silica gel litter) ...