TFR


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TFRC

A gene on chromosome 3q29 that encodes transferrin receptor, a protein required for development of erythrocytes and the nervous system.

TFR

Total fertility rate, see there.
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In 2013, immigrants only increased the nation's overall TFR by.
I checked NOTAMS for Truckee, but I failed to notice any mention of the TFR.
In all cases, the coefficients on the RCS and TFR variables display the expected signs and all are highly significant.
The deviation is usually attributed to a cultural preference for boys, which will take an additional toll on both populations, as the future scarcity of women implies that both countries' reproductive capacity is below what is suggested by the unadjusted TFR.
We added the TFRs for the four age-groups to obtain die total fertility rate for the entire population.
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The broad objective of the policy is to reduce the TFR to 2.
t] is a 5 x 1 vector including TFR, HPs, FLFPRs, FW rates, and MW rates and [e.
Measures of period fertility such as the TFR are important to the debate over population ageing, because fertility in any given year affects the age structure of the population.
We would ideally examine the TFR for 18 20 year-olds, because that is the age range affected by a change in the MLDA from 18 to 21.
effective reaction volume, the TFR provides very high surface, through which light reaction products can be separated from the process.
TFR is the average number of children that would be bore per woman if all women lived to the end of their childbearing years and bore children according to a given set of age-specific fertility rates [21, 3].