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subpopulation

[¦səb‚päp·yə′lā·shən]
(statistics)
A subset of population. Also known as stratum.
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subpopulation to illustrate the impact of this assumption on the total water exposure assessment.
The admixture STRUCTURE analysis without the LOCPRIOR model identified 2 subpopulation clusters (K = 2; online Technical Appendix 2 Figure 2, panel B, and 4).
Sossou and Yogtiba describe the prevalence of disabilities in various subpopulations such as the elderly, children, and women in Ghana.
Isotype controls were included for every leukocyte subpopulation and when the obtained signals were similar, only one isotype control is depicted.
We used genetic variation and subpop ulation structure of the Owens Valley vole to assess divergence among subpopulations, and to test for potential recent losses of genetic diversity.
The controlled subpopulation in the community of San Marcos presents no relevant decrease during the last 10 days.
Bobcat diet in Ohio has remained unstudied since the bobcat began to recover after extirpation, and regional differences in food consumption patterns could help explain the observed disparity in subpopulation growth rates.
after 2010) the subpopulation is "compressed" again--the plants are kept within the optimal microsite boundaries (see Fig.
It works by blocking serotonin-3 receptors, and has shown potential as a treatment for defined subpopulations with alcohol dependence.
Each subpopulation has a different fitness function, however: while both penalize individuals for misclassification errors, size and complexity, the first optimizes DTs regarding the overall accuracy, and the second optimizes DTs regarding the balanced class accuracy.
The association analysis between each SNP and each of the seven T lymphocyte subpopulation traits was performed using the SAS 9.