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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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Precipitation is bimodally distributed with May and September the wettest months (mean monthly precipitation = 11.
They are bimodally and trimodally distributed in accordance with genetic characteristics.
Probit specifications also were used when modeling the likelihood of a high score ([greater than or equal to] 50) on clustered or bimodally distributed KCCQ scores (KCCQ quality of life and social limitation scores).
Stem-and-leaf plots indicated that AvgCore and AvgSurf were bimodally distributed, suggesting two groups of tibiae, one with relatively high (core concentrations > 10 [micro]g/g) and the other (tibiae 2, 3, 4, 6, 9, and 10 in Table 2) with relatively low core lead concentrations.
Nevertheless, if the dispersal distances of adults were bimodally distributed, we might have missed birds that dispersed long distances ([greater than]2.
55 in (344 ram) and is bimodally distributed with peaks in August and January.
In the field, the percentage of cheliped length regenerated in large crabs was bimodally distributed with peaks at 60% and 85% the length of a normal cheliped [ILLUSTRATION FOR FIGURE 1 OMITTED].
Correlations between the phylogenetic components of the autoregressive model ([Rho]Wy) were uniform to bimodally distributed, with mean approaching the correlation of the bi-variate distribution of evolutionary changes used in the simulation procedure (e.
Rainfall is bimodally distributed with a major peak in May-June and a minor peak in September.
Performance at extreme temperatures is bimodally distributed, with one peak at zero velocity and the second at some intermediate value.
single syringes) to have somewhat bimodally distributed fertilization rates [ILLUSTRATION FOR FIGURE 5 OMITTED].