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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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In this trial, candidates were paired before we knew them, so personality was not a factor in the dyads formed.
They're well aware that each member of the dyad has a different set of talents and how those talents work together.
This is because when both parties are willing partners in the dyads there is likely to be a greater attentiveness to transfer performance; to jointly anticipate problems needing resolutions and engage in timely collaboration and provide resources that will facilitate the progress transfer process.
Among vaginal delivery dyads, the net loss was $341 for those with a Bishop score greater than 6 vs, a net loss of $1,706 for those with a Bishop score of 6 or less.
The director dyads represented primary care, emergency department/urgent care, surgery/operating room, and inpatient areas.
Ferroportin and hepcidin, the original gene dyad they found, control iron export.
Through a mesmerising display of light, music and movement the Dyad Man-Machines portrayed two polarised visions of the future to "find harmony between ego and spirit".
2% (111 individuals) as members of 71 full-sib dyads, including 22.
A total of 210 heterosexual dyads were established by research disease intervention specialists and enrolled.
REVIEW OF DYADS AND TRIADS--Much has been written about the dynamics of small groups.
The Registry and hospital discharge abstracts were used to create the study's analytic cohorts for the provincial- and two hospitallevel analyses: all mother-infant dyads with live births and infant gestational age [less than or equal to]37 weeks (i.
The sample contained 54 supervisory dyads (N = 108) consisting of 54 counseling supervisors and 54 corresponding supervisees.