Combined-effect graph and other graphs
Combined effects can be displayed graphically in different ways, e.g., three- dimensionally by response-surface diagrams (e.g., Greco 1987, Prichard and Shipman 1990, Sühnel 1992), in principle invented by Loewe (1953), or two-dimensionally by isobolograms, DRCs or histograms. This chapter deals with a new graph, termed combined-effect graph, and a graphical comparison of observed with calculated independent effects. Also, reference is given to the Yonetani-Theorell plot.
KeywordsIndependent Effect Percent Inhibition Effect Level Independent Action Control Response
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