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Synonyms for population

Synonyms for population

the people who inhabit a territory or state

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a group of organisms of the same species inhabiting a given area

(statistics) the entire aggregation of items from which samples can be drawn

the number of inhabitants (either the total number or the number of a particular race or class) in a given place (country or city etc.)

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the act of populating (causing to live in a place)

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Both of the statements agree that proper informed consent is imperative and that alternate treatment be considered, especially in the at-risk population.
The students' overall role was to assess the agency's need for a nursing presence and to develop a plan to meet the health care needs of the at-risk population.
Concerned about this emerging epidemic, Medicare has initiated a series of pilot programs aimed at identifying at-risk populations, performing screening tests, and improving communication about CKD between providers and between providers and their patients.
Biomonitoring should ideally be performed in any identified at-risk population to verify that a problem actually exists before advising people to reduce fish consumption.
8), you learned that scientists keep close watch on the at-risk population of sea otters along California's coast.
International anthropometric data references were used to determine the relative sizes of key body parts--head, neck, and chest--for the vulnerable, at-risk population and provide a guide for the dimensional limits that would reduce their entrapment.
This is an at-risk population, and while we don't excuse the behavior, we are trying to understand the circumstances that some of these kinds of behavior emerge.
Bad news The first large test of an AIDS vaccine failed to shield an at-risk population (163: 133), and a combination of drugs that researchers anticipated would work well against HIV failed to stop the virus reliably (164: 222).
These families are our most at-risk population, because the traditional breadwinner has been taken out of the picture," said the Deputy Director of Education Services.
This is an at-risk population and they need to have the best foods," argues BrightSpirit, a mother of six, who recently dropped out of WIC, although she still qualifies financially.
In addition, due to Decembers extreme temperatures, TeamCITGO volunteers also organized a coat drive for the local at-risk population.
88% of the at-risk population were immunized for pneumococcal disease, compared with 2.
He added that this newest addition to ABI's family of portable, cost-effective breath detectors will help expand the capabilities for COPD screenings within the worldwide, at-risk population and support the message of early detection and treatment for improved quality of life.
The linear function of the at-risk population was calculated using U.