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(music) the fifth note of the diatonic scale

an allele that produces the same phenotype whether its paired allele is identical or different

exercising influence or control

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(of genes) producing the same phenotype whether its allele is identical or dissimilar

most frequent or common

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This research is aimed to determine the prediction model of dominant tree height growth for perhutani's teak plus plantation, from which a site quality class model would be set.
When compared individually in males and females with eyes open, dominant hand was faster as compared to the non-dominant hand and was found to be statistically significant.
More relevant to the discussion of eye dominance, they also speculated that when a reverse stance is adopted, there is an increased likelihood that the 'front' eye (the eye closer to the incoming ball) will be the dominant eye; since most people are right-handed and right-eye dominant, with a reverse stance, the right eye will be closer to the incoming ball when a left-handed stance is adopted.
When a submissive automatically takes something they've been told and they implement it into the relationship/lifestyle, that is impressive to a Dominant and we want to reward them for having done so.
After the intruder was removed and the former dominants and former subordinates were allowed to reestablish their relationships, rank reversals were observed in half of the trials; that is, half of the original dominant animals became new subordinates and half of the original subordinates, new dominants.
For the purpose of this article, we will discuss whether or not the AK Party and Turkey have, respectively, evolved into a dominant party and a dominant-party system in light of the AK party's election victories since 2002.
The Comelec said a political party duly registered with the commission may file a verified petition for accreditation for determination of dominant majority party, the dominant minority party, the 10 major national parties and the two major local parties.
The informant has alleged that owing to its dominant position, OP has imposed hidden costs and onerous conditions on the buyers by way of an ' agreement' which is extremely one- sided and biased towards OP.
4] This proposed link between brain function, intellectual ability and dominant preference raises a question of particular interest: Does dominant preference systematically relate to individual differences in school readiness?
It was further established that the left hemisphere is dominant for language in 90 per cent of cases, as it is for motor behaviour.
Whether a male is dominant or subordinate is determined the winter before they reach sexual maturity, when brothers come together and battle for dominance.
Q I've read numerous articles about precautions regarding the introduction of another dog into a multiple-dog household, but I've never read anything about what might happen when the dominant dog leaves the household.
For example, inefficient recruitment of muscle fibers by the neural system has been identified in novice compared to trained performers and in non-dominant compared to dominant limb exertions (1).
An ongoing problem in the study of African politics is why legislative elections there, whether democratic or semi-authoritarian, tend to produce party systems of the dominant or predominant variety.
In the dancer group, calcaneal T scores of the dominant foot were significantly higher than those of the non-dominant foot (p = 0.