benderfynydd, penderfynydd, benderfynyddion, mhenderfynydd, mhenderfynyddion, penderfynyddion, phenderfynydd, phenderfynyddion
Noun(1) a determining or causal element or factor(2) the site on the surface of an antigen molecule to which an antibody attaches itself(3) a square matrix used to solve simultaneous equations
Adjective(1) having the power or quality of deciding, or determinant
(1) Residual chlorine concentration and contact time are determinant factors for the presence or absence of enterobacteria and H. pylori.(2) Central power degenerated in a country where local power was more determinant than ever, in the era of warlords.(3) In a study based on company data, Steve Fazzari found that the main determinant for investment decisions was expected sales rather than the interest rate.(4) But as any linguist would tell you, a word never has a single determinant meaning.(5) Geographical origin is therefore no determinant factor of the way the picture is composed.(6) Among these processes, mitochondrial function seems to play a determinant role.(7) But this all happened because trade must follow its course and in recent times trade relationship is the main determinant of foreign relations.(8) I've yet to be convinced that the technical ability to sing is, in itself, a vital or determinant aspect of what makes a pop phenomenon great.(9) Namely the determinant role of ideological opinions has to be replaced by policies that raise the living standards of the people, to ensure they everyone has enough to live on and to ensure society is peaceful and happy.(10) The primary determinant of sexual identity in Drosophila, the X chromosome karyotype, was discovered nearly a century ago.(11) We do have clear evidence that a teacher's expectation of a student's potential achievement is a crucial determinant of learning outcomes.(12) The results also suggest that determinant attributes may differ among cultural groups.(13) WTO members had been engaged in intensive consultations, in a constructive and determinant manner, to achieve this goal.(14) In contrast, ├ö├ç├┐reform├ö├ç├û as a determinant of the electoral outcome has been largely diffused.(15) This suggests that a determinant necessary for regionality is located between bands 1 and 21.(16) In fact, however, selection is bound to be arbitrary, because rationales for including one country and excluding another are based on judgments as to what the determinant variables are.
1. deciding ::
2. determinative ::
4. antigenic determinant ::
5. epitope ::
Different Formsdeterminant, determinants
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