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Growth whose rate becomes ever more rapid in proportion to the growing total number or size.‘the exponential growth of the world's population’
- ‘Polyploids show chromosome instability during exponential growth but do not manifest any other obvious growth defects.’
- ‘In addition to experiencing exponential growth in data storage, organizations are also experiencing growth in user demand for that data.’
- ‘If we examine the mode of change of key measures overtime, all demonstrate roughly exponential growth at different rates.’
- ‘Maybe they really believed that this system would produce a kind of rapid exponential growth that would be truly beneficial.’
- ‘Subpopulations were not of constant size over time, but instead underwent exponential growth.’
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