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a distinct and often subordinate group within a group

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(mathematics) a subset (that is not empty) of a mathematical group

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We demonstrate the diagnostic potential of our procedure on a data-set from Fuchs and Kenett (4) containing subgroups of data whose significant [T.
Determination of susceptibility and resistance of snails: Four weeks post infection exposure; snails of all subgroups were individually checked for cercarial shedding twice a week, for three successive weeks.
Total college enrollment rates of 18- to 24-year-olds in 2- or 4-year colleges and universities, by selected Hispanic subgroups: 2013 Subgroup Percentage Cuban: 46 Dominican: 41 Mexican: 32 Puerto Rican: 34 Spaniard: 44 Central American: 32 South American: 53 Total college enrollment rates of 18- to 24-year-olds in 2- or 4-year colleges and universities, by selected Asian subgroups: 2013 Total college enrollment for Asians: 67% Subgroup Percentage Chinese: 75 Filipino: 57 Japanese: 72 Korean: 69 South Asian: 67 Southeast Asian: 60 SOURCE:"STATUS AND TRENDS IN THE EDUCATION OF RACIAL AND ETHNIC GROUPS 2016," NATIONAL CENTER FOR EDUCATION STATISTICS
Group has many subgroups which are connected together in tree structure [7], So Computation load is distributed among many hosts [11].
The Senior Issues Task Force,an arm of the NAIC's Health Insurance and Managed Care Committee, has posted a site for the Long Term Care Disclosure Subgroup here, and a site for the LTC Innovation Subgroup here.
Researchers in early childhood have used these methods with large-scale data sets to identify subgroups of children with similar patterns of characteristics or behaviors (Konold & Pianta, 2005).
Similarly blood vessels and fibroblast were significantly decreased in experimental subgroups 3 days after surgery but were increased significantly in experimental subgroups 7 days after surgery.
In recent years, the space between "the generality of cases" and "the rare exceptions" has become populated with subgroups of individuals whose procedural needs are different from those of the typical individual.
Unsupervised hierarchical clustering by the company identified three molecular subgroups within HGSOC, including one with angiogenic gene inactivation and immune gene upregulation ('termed the immune' subgroup ) with better overall survival rates, as well as two molecular subgroups with angiogenic gene upregulation and a corresponding worse overall survival rate after standard of care first line chemotherapy.
Because PFGE lacks the phylogenetic resolution of some other testing methods (6), we independently identified genetic subgroups within A.
SANA'A, April 24 (Saba) - Foreign Minister Abu Bakr Al-Qirbi met here on Thursday with representatives of the Yemeni bodies participating in the three subgroups emerging from the Friends of Yemen group.
Under this condition, all Sylow subgroups of G are abelian and so G is an M-group by Theorem 6.
There was a decreases in the subgroups "milk, cheese and eggs" by 1.