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bi·mod·al

(bī-mō'dăl),
Denoting a frequency curve characterized by two peaks.

bimodal

(bī″mō′dăl) [ bi- + modal]
1. Pert. to a graphic presentation that contains two peaks.
2. Pert. to a set of data that has two distinct maximum values.
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On the other hand, as CVD increases the high bimodality of the lead time notwithstanding, the distribution of [LTD.sub.E] becomes unimodal, as is seen in panel B of figure 3.
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The relationships between signals, ratios, and the bimodality indicators were investigated by factor analysis including results from both AD and MP.
South African Indians show a high prevalence of NIDDM and bimodality in plasma glucose distribution patterns.
Chapter 4 ("La visione bimodale") reviews briefly previous research on modality, and then he sketches a model of the tripartite process of bimodality: 1) R-Mode (stimuli and tasks); 2) L-Mode (formalization of the new input; and 3) Bi-Mode (the resulting spontaneous and automatic utilization of the new input).
Cardena asks for a reference concerning the possible bimodality of the Dissociative Experiences Scale (DES).
The key topics of the conference, which is being attended by all the units of Sberbank Group, are: increasing speed, productivity and efficiency of technology, quality of customer service and accessibility of Sberbank's services; providing bimodality of project and process management; and improving interaction within the team.
The key topics of the conference, which is being attended by all the units of Sberbank Group, are: increasing speed, productivity and efficiency of technology, quality of customer service and accessibility of Sberbanks services; providing bimodality of project and process management; and improving interaction within the team.
Organisms that have evolved the ability to both self and outcross typically exhibit a U-shaped bimodality in the dominance of either reproductive mode.
Size bimodality in monospecific polutations: A critical review of potential mechanisms.
Age-incidence curves of nasopharyn-geal carcinoma worldwide: bimodality in low-risk populations and aetiologic implications.