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IPA (International Phonetic Alphabet) of subpopulations

The International Phonetic Alphabet (IPA) is an alphabetic system of phonetic notation based primarily on the Latin alphabet. With phonetic transcriptions, dictionarie tell you about the pronunciation of words, because the spelling of an English word does not tell you how you should pronounce it. Below is the phonetic transcription of subpopulations:

Derived Form of subpopulations

root word: subpopulation
plural: subpopulations
root word: subpopulation
Noun: subpopulation
a population that is part of a larger population
Type ofpopulations, universes,

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  1. Oppressed against the oppressor will just read of I'd the subpopulations in ways that make our our bloody
  3. Were there subpopulations?
  4. and tell us about population size and subpopulations and structure,
  5. of the subpopulations of these two components
  6. and between subpopulations of humans as well.
  7. subsets of individuals that are, create subpopulations within the sets of cases and controls.
  8. So this subpopulations is, that I've been talking about, another word for this is population
  9. genome to identify principle components of, say, subpopulations or of substructure within
  10. genetic distance between these subpopulations.
  11. especially if you have a lot of subpopulations or you want to create
  12. people involved with studying the Asian subpopulations
  13. And then, what they consider these six subpopulations:
  14. is evidence out there that certain subpopulations within the lgbtq+
  15. have bought substitutes and some of the ZBT subpopulations speaking of self care
  16. to the range of different T cell subpopulations
  17. within the larger area can result in speciation over time, as subpopulations explore the various
  18. its individual cells might differentiate into various subpopulations,
  19. subpopulations in an at-risk audience.
  20. subpopulations, and if you're into wireless emergency alerts, particularly, IPAWS's WEA