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bipartite

1. affecting or made by two parties; bilateral
2. Botany (esp of some leaves) divided into two parts almost to the base
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For the case n = 5 there are 21 connected graphs; Keith [2] illustrates the complete set but here in Figure 6 we reproduce only the five which are bipartite.
g] of rooted bipartite quadrangulations of genus g with n faces satisfies the following recurrence relation:
The use of bipartite first-stage primers along with a universal FRET probe leads to sensitive NAT and obviates the need for target-specific probes (Fig.
n])} is called bigraphical if there exists a bipartite graph G with bipartition (M,N), where M = {[x.
Gonostylus ca length of gonocoxite, distally bipartite, dorsal tip stronger than ventral, both clothed in numerous setae.
The monopartite begomoviruses are distinguished by nucleotide sequences of their genomic DNA molecules, which resemble DNA-A of the bipartite begomoviruses.
Beyond this individual story's establishing narrative, however, what is also being set up in this section is the structural idea of boundaries and division, presaging the bipartite nature of the book as a whole.
A graph G is a bipartite graph if V(G) can be partitioned into two subsets U and V, called bipartite sets such that every edge of G joins a vertex of U and a vertex of V.
According to Vladyslav Kaskiv, a bipartite technical group is currently working on implementing Turkish-Ukrainian energy cooperation plans.
Conditions for return are examined on a regular basis by a bipartite commission composed of senior representatives of the Ivorian government and AfDB.
Conditions for the return are being looked at on a regular basis by a bipartite commission made up of senior representatives of the Ivorian government and AfDB.