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subpopulation

(sŭb′pŏp-yə-lā′shən)
n.
A part or subdivision of a population, especially one originating from some other population: microbial subpopulations.
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Proportion of spermatozoa with damaged chromatin was significantly lower in the subpopulation with intermediate sperm head (SP2) with 20.
Figure S6 presents a cumulative density function for 1- to 2-year-old children in each ethnic subpopulation, which roughly shows a 2-fold lower iAs exposure from rice relative to the same ethnic subpopulation.
Robustness and Divergence of Subpopulation Clusters
The expression was determined for leukocytes present in freshly isolated whole blood and on cultured isolated leukocyte subpopulations and compared to the presentation of these markers on the corresponding leukocyte-derived EVs.
The subspecies is divided into subpopulations that differ in genetic diversity, and gene flow between subpopulations was detectable by Neuwald (2010), but low.
In this case, it can be implemented mechanisms that make the community aware about water consumption and direct attention to the subpopulation of cats.
To help understand the disparity in Ohio bobcat subpopulation growth rates, and inform proper management of this recovering species across the state, we conducted the first investigation of bobcat diet in Ohio.
In the second half of the 90s the SP-4 extinction was observed, its dynamics became a unidirectional one; in 2001 the number of this subpopulation made 36 individuals.
where y is the vector of the phenotypic values for one of the T lymphocyte subpopulation traits measured at day 35; [mu] is the overall mean; a is the vector of fixed effects including sex, sampling batch and SNP genotype; f is the vector of the corresponding phenotypic values measured at day 20; b is the regression coefficient; v is the vector of random litter effects; u is the vector of random polygenic effects; X, T and Z are incidence matrices for a, v and u respectively; e is the vector of residual effects.
The data of lymphocyte subpopulation profile of peripheral blood at various conditions of reproductive function of women are presented in Table 1.
This study examines the use of subpopulation invariance indices to evaluate the appropriateness of using a multiple-choice (MC) item anchor in mixed-format tests, which include both MC and constructed-response (CR) items.