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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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So the body weight difference observed in one dyad from genetic restricted factor) and compensatory like growth periods (tagging to harvesting, in this process, all individuals were reared in one pond without any different condition, so the motivation of compensatory like growth also comes from the genetic factor).
PTD could be used to teach peer preferences to young children with SCD in a dyad arrangement.
Dyad A was formed by a middle-age, highly-educated mother, who worked as finance manager at university, and a daughter with good academic achievement.
They role-played opposing sides, which allowed each dyad to understand the strengths and weaknesses that they would bring to negotiation opportunities," Shuman said.
The results also highlight the importance of mild cognitive impairment-related education and support programs for care dyads to strengthen concordance, which is likely an important underpinning for effective coping as the illness progresses.
As a research team, we met weekly and weighed evidence and counterevidence for each dyad.
Of the total of 70 dyads of full sibs with known geographic locations, individuals within a dyad were separated by a mean distance of 7.
We used 56 samples (from cervix in women and urethra in men) from 28 dyads in which persons within each dyad were concordant for C.
Breastfeeding initiation was defined as a dichotomous variable: the dyad did or did not initiate breastfeeding during birth hospital stay.
The preview clip of the final episode and the synopsis suggest Sarah finally surrenders to Rachel and Dyad.
A second observation is that, for each dyad, the supervisor rated the working alliance more positively than did the trainee.