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RAG

Abbreviation for:
recombination activating gene
Red Amber Green (traffic light)  
risk assessment in genetics
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The hypothesis that the observed data fit the sudden expansion model was tested using the sum of square deviations (SSD) (Schneider and Excoffier, 1999) and the raggedness index (Harpending, 1994).
The on-field connections aren't quite there yet, and there's still a raggedness to the attack, but Sunday's 3-0 victory over No.
The visitors won with a typically classy Ryan Giggs goal in the 75th minute and for all the raggedness of the opposition the victory will instil confidence in Toshack's men.
At times Koven overplays his hand, as when he tells us that raggedness, specifically "ripped and torn clothing" was not only an effective visual marker of poverty but could also be a disturbingly erotic sign and offers as corroborating evidence C.
As I walk around my path, winding my way around my own inner garden, I notice I have some well-tended areas, and yet there is great beauty in the raggedness of the areas not tended; the ones that were left to find their way without guidance and support.
measures both the non-repeatable Repeated runs edge raggedness components with the same of the tape and visible.
Foster's detailed research, his recreation of the mess and raggedness of the everyday, helps us to understand the motivations behind the various manoeuvres and strategies of Yeats and his circle.
If there is raggedness or shredding on the inside surface, you'll probably also find chipping or burrs on the shaft sleeve.
This means ideally that dense areas of print, such as blocks and large lettering, would be filled completely and show no mottle, while lines and dots would offer sharp definition, measured in terms of circularity and raggedness, respectively.
2) and by Harpending's (1994) raggedness index (r) which was non-significant (r = 0.
Matthew Pugh, "Deconstruction, Onto-Theology and Thomas's Via Negativa," shows that Thomas's account of being and transcendence is supple enough to affirm both the reality of things, the existence of God, as well as the raggedness of our knowledge of and encounter with beings and the divine.