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bicaudal

 [bi-kaw´dal]
having two tails.
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bicaudal

(bī-kôd′l)
adj. Zoology
Having two tails.
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Tambem foi observado que os docentes (Md = 65) planejam se aposentar com mais idade do que os TA (Md = 60) (U = 5397; r = -0.34) e planejam parar de trabalhar em qualquer trabalho remunerado com mais idade (Md = 70) do que os TA (Md = 65) (U = 5332.50; r = -0.32), sendo esses efeitos relatados ao nivelp < 0.001 (bicaudal).
The relationship between dysfunction of thyroid gland and AA was assessed by 2 (Chi square) and Fischer bicaudal exact test and T test used for analysis of data.
Para o teste bicaudal, ao nivel de significancia [alpha], rejeita-se Ho se o teste estatistico padronizado, Z < [Z.sub.[alpha]/2] ou Z > [Z.sub.[alpha]/2], em que a estatistica normalizada Z de Mann-Kendall segue a distribuicao normal, com media zero e variancia um.
In Caenorhabditis elegans germline cells, GLD1 (quaking), GLD2 (Poly(A) polymerase), and GLD3 (Bicaudal C) have been shown to be critical for this switch [31, 32].