Definition of Threshold level
1. Noun. The intensity level that is just barely perceptible.
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Literary usage of Threshold level
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1. Reviews in Environmental Health (1998): Toxicological Defense Mechanics edited by Gary E. R. Hook, George W. Lucier (2000)
"Downregulation by exogenous chemical promoters or endogenous growth factors and hormones must a) occur after a threshold level has been exceeded ..."
2. Netherlands by Anne Sonnet (2005)
"The threshold level is close to the adult minimum wage. As a percentage, the beneficial effect is largest at the threshold level, amounting to a maximum of ..."
3. Noise And Military Service: Implications for Hearing Loss And Tinnitus by Larry Humes, Lois Mary Joellenbeck, Jane Durch (2006)
"... is the hearing threshold level associated with the noise exposure alone. In the hypothetical example considered previously, according to this model, ..."
4. Drought Resistance in Crops with Emphasis on Rice by International Rice Research Institute (1982)
"As the soil water depletes further, eventually leafy drops to the threshold level for activation of stomatal closure (stomatal valve). ..."
5. Taxing Wages 2002-2003 by OECD Staff, SourceOECD (Online service) (2004)
"Statutory tax rates at the threshold level have been reduced in 13 of the 23 countries while they have increased in 9. The results for 2003 illustrate that ..."
6. Otitis Media with Effusion in Young Children: Clinical Practice Guideline by Sylvan E. Stool (1998)
"... hearing deficits of 20 decibels hearing threshold level or worse, recommendations are as follows: • Antibiotic Therapy OR Myringotomy with Tubes—Option: ..."
7. Societal Value of Geologic Maps by Richard L. Bernknopf (1994)
"GEOLOGIC-HAZARD RECOGNITION Earthquake Potential and Earthquake Hazards Issue: How does geologic map information help identify the threshold level of ..."