sex ratio

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sex ratio

[′seks ‚rā·shō]
(biology)
The relative proportion of males and females in a population.
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With the different charging system and one-sided gender ratio, both apps are deemed almost impossible for a male user to start a conversation with a female user without payment.
Frequency, gender ratio, treatment options and mean patient age for each type of fracture FRACTURE n % Surgery Men: (%) Women Radius 686 15.
Although the occupational distributions of the elderly and the 45-65 age group are somewhat different because of differences in health and education, the gender ratio for both groups has remained roughly the same.
However, in other countries, the gender ratio is equal.
Achieving an equitable gender ratio for many campuses will require not only enrolling more new males, but also retaining a larger percentage of those students already on campus.
Finally, the one gender ratio the prize organizers do have direct control over -- the number of men and women judging the prize -- also leaves something to be desired.
2 billion population's gender ratio, particularly in the western states of Haryana, Rajasthan, and Punjab.
Statistics compiled by the Education Workforce Council (EWC) revealed a more balanced gender ratio in colleges than schools, with 59% of registered college lecturers and 75% of school teachers being female.
Luckily for Turkey, the gender ratio in local administration is not recorded.
The job of a promoter is not to attempt to create a 50-50 gender ratio at their shows, but rather to put on events that promote excellence in a way that both disregards the sex of the band members but also creates a welcoming atmosphere for everyone involved, both musicians and gig-attendees alike.