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Synonyms for predomination

the state of being predominant over others

the quality of being more noticeable than anything else

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If in acute lesions there is an increased level of Th2 cells, in chronic lesions there is a predomination of IFN y secreting Th1 cells [2].
This male predomination should not however lead us to epidemiological extrapolations given the small sample size.
In general, the international community performs well the first phase which also involves predomination of military participation.
The analyses of national strategic documents showing state policies and measures for sustainable tourism development conclude that despite the great potential for tourism development in the country the problems prevail and impede sector development outlining the following: predomination of mass seasonable tourism in sea and winter resorts giving the image of the country and the marketing shortcomings in alternative tourism connected to the absence of advertisement and trade marks as well as worsening the quality of tourist services offered, bad infrastructure and overbuilding of mass tourism resorts (Shopova& Arabska, 2013).
Within the dominance of coverage from the point of view of health, there is an evident predomination of the sub-categories which can be named 'Psychiatry/psychology' and 'Public health'--these two areas of approach account for almost 70% of the articles.
Citgo's Predomination Requirement Threatens to Undermine Title VII Enforcement, 26 BERKELEY J.
85, 92 (1996) ("The most decisive move, however, made by the higher power against the predomination of grudge and spite, is the establishment of the law, the imperial elucidation of what counts in [the codifier's] eyes as permitted, as just, and what counts as forbidden and unjust.
Increased incidence of hospital acquired infection may be one of the reason for predomination of Pseudomonas aeruginosa in this study.
This gap could take place in cases of predomination of the evolutionary development of the technical base of manufacture.
Pectin is mainly polysaccharides in which (1a+'4)-linked (Alpha) - D galacturonates and the predomination is their methylester [1, 2].
The low ranked spheres are: the country's capacity to attract clients, keep the talents, preparedness to delegate authorizations, adoption of technologies at enterprise-level, quality of roads, GDP, predomination of foreign ownership, staff training as well as consumer sophistication.
Disease resistance breeding has attracted increasing attention in farm animal breeding globally, so the NLRP12 gene could display predomination in the progress of molecular breeding in farm animal with NSDD.
This predomination could be a reason and also a result of that the red colour is the national colour of the consolidated Han-Chinese nation.