The significance of Critical-Utopian Socialism and Communism bears an inverse relation
to historical development.
The attention paid to insects in the early modern period was in inverse relation
to their size.
The analysis of marginal propensity of consumption for MS and HSD against shifts in Brent average prices reveals inverse relation
between price and sales, underpinned by greater variation in MS sales, generally gaining traction during periods of Brent's rise.
They found a significant inverse relation
between both total score and proportional score of GFAP and the grade of glioma with p value < 0.05.
For instance, some studies referenced by Lai and colleagues have found an inverse relation
between omega-3 consumption and cardiovascular disease.
Unconditioned logistic regression analysis was conducted which suggested an inverse association between tea drinking and risk of TB.2 Furthermore, the proposed mechanism responsible for the inverse relation
suggested the involvement of Epigallocatechin gallate (EGCG), the most abundant catechin found in green tea.
However, in girls, it was in inverse relation
with Maximum value and Grip Force values just before fatigue; but directly related with Mean Grip Force.
The ever-increasing number of cars has an inverse relation
with parking slots in the capital.
"The previously undocumented inverse relation
between deprivation and mortality in the young requires further investigation," the authors write.
Cellulose decomposition by the rumen microorganisms is in inverse relation
with cellulose crystallization and factors can prevent that are also able to facilitate cellulose decomposition by T.viride and Aspergillusniger (Fogarty and Kelly, 2012).
 Aforementioned studies have shown that Mg intake has an inverse relation
with radiological knee OA.
Fed Chair Janet Yellen is a big believer of the Phillips Curve which suggests that inflation has an inverse relation