Definition of Biometricians

1. Noun. (plural of biometrician) ¹



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Definition of Biometricians

1. biometrician [n] - See also: biometrician

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Biometricians

biometals
biometeorology
biometer
biometers
biomethylation
biomethylations
biometric
biometric authentication
biometric identification
biometrical
biometrical genetics
biometrical school
biometrically
biometrician
biometricians (current term)
biometrics
biometries
biometry
biomicroscope
biomicroscopy
biomimetic
biomimetically
biomimeticing
biomimetics
biomimicking
biomimicry
biomineral
biomineralisation
biomineralization

Literary usage of Biometricians

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1. Return to Resistance: Breeding Crops to Reduce Pesticide Dependence by Raoul A. Robinson (1996)
"Lesson 2: The vindication of the biometricians The accumulation of polygenic resistance in the African maize landraces was a total vindication for the ..."

2. Education and the Heredity Spectre by Frank Herbert Hayward (1908)
"CHAPTER I. THE PLANT METAPHOR & THE biometricians No clear views are possible on the present subject so long as instruction in general is proclaimed to be ..."

3. Botany by Wilfred William Robbins, John Nathan Martin (1919)
"The biometricians formulated some laws of heredity. ... The objection to the method employed by the biometricians is that it does not pay enough attention ..."

4. Eugenics Laboratory Memoirs by Galton Laboratory for National Eugenics (1907)
"If the present biometricians were biologists, as their founder was," then, Dr Saleeby tells us, their patience would be of service and they would accept ..."

5. The Journal of Heredity by American Genetic Association (1914)
"Tables For biometricians Tables for Statisticians and biometricians is the title of a new publication (pp. ..."

6. The Harvey Lectures by Harvey Society of New York, New York Academy of Medicine (1912)
"It is obvious that what have been measured by biometricians as hereditary "fluctuations" might be regarded as "saltations" of all degrees, ..."

7. Genetics; an Introduction to the Study of Heredity by Herbert Eugene Walter (1922)
"biometricians are quite right in insisting that it is frequently necessary to go further than the fact of variation, which may be apparent from the ..."

8. Readings in Social Problems by Albert Benedict Wolfe (1916)
"In such a case the biometricians' concept of deviations from the normal has no justification in fact. If proof of the incompatibility of the two ..."

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