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dyad

[′dī‚ad]
(cell and molecular biology)
Either of the two pair of chromatids produced by separation of a tetrad during the first meiotic division.
(mathematics)
An abstract object which is a pair of vectorsABin a given order on which certain operations are defined.
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The degree of compensatory like growth for each cross combination was evaluated by the number of Y/N responses determined for all the combination dyads within a cross combination.
A multiple probe design across behaviors was used to evaluate the effectiveness of a PTD procedure for teaching peer preferences and a multiple baseline design across dyads was used to evaluate the effectiveness of a PTD procedure for teaching sharing initiations (Gast, Lloyd, & Ledford, 2014).
In the collaboration area, three dyads showed good levels of collaboration and research; one answered correctly but without showing indicators of joint reflection and research.
In all, 125 PwMCI-CP dyads participated in the first wave.
This study investigates small-scale negotiations CT-PST dyads made as they learned about reform-based practices and tried to name and solve problems and tensions related to these practices in their classrooms.
We captured the full sibs in only 22 of the total of 71 dyads of full sibs on the same grid in the same session, and, in 34 of the 71 dyads, on the same grid in the same year but not necessarily within the same session.
For the MLST study, we used remainder samples from 56 members of 28 dyads who were concordant for C.
REVIEW OF DYADS AND TRIADS--Much has been written about the dynamics of small groups.
The researchers believe the caregiver's report may be more accurate than the patient's report for some patient-caregiver dyads.
Several similarities were observable in the pattern of the development of the working alliance across dyads.