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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 term "overall" kappa indicates that all turns from multiple therapy sessions for a dyad were entered into a single, large kappa matrix for each rater.
Over the semester, students met weekly with the asthma study faculty in order to examine data, explore any problems, and review issues of dyad compliance.
Engagement or performance criteria for particular activities were shifted in accordance with Kainoa's readiness and need to devote varying amounts of time to isolate activity, dyad play, and group play.
Before looking more closely at the bully/disability dyad a working definition of the terms bully and bullying should be established.
Figure 2 graphs the influence of gender by dyad type on ISS and Figure 3 graphs the same type of interaction for NSS.
Moreover, we find weak evidence for congruence between supervisor and subordinate perceptions of the quality of the exchange and no significant evidence that similarity of the dyad influences its quality.
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".
The perimeter-weighted Dyad AVS cams and Reverse Assist Roller Guard are designed to produce a smooth draw, while Mathews' signature harmonic stabilizers work to tame the shot.
A dyad is just a fancy name that indicates there are two people involved in a sales call--a buyer and a seller.
The terms dyad, trio, and quartet hereafter refer to groups of two, three, or four full sibs, respectively.
For this study, we applied our MLST scheme to a subset of a well-defined heterosexual partnership (dyad) cohort in Indianapolis, Indiana, USA, comprising 28 dyads for which concordance of the ompA genotype existed between partners.
The term dyad has been defined as an administrative leader and a clinical leader closely partnered in a shared decision-making relationship.