Definition of Populational

1. Adjective. Of or pertaining to population ¹



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Definition of Populational

1. [adj]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Populational

populatable
populate
populated
populated area
populates
populating
population
population control
population density
population genetics
population growth
population mean
population profile
population scientist
population shift
populational (current term)
populationally
populations
populator
populators
populicide
populicides
populin
populism
populisms
populist
populistic
populists
populizer
populizers

Literary usage of Populational

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1. Exploring the Borderlands: Documents Of The Committee On Common Problems Of by Joe Cain (2004)
"It gives, however, a very concise outline of the fundamentals of genetics, especially of the populational aspects. [Dahlberg 1942] Dobzhansky, Th. 1942 ..."

2. Trade-morals: Their Origin, Growth and Province by Edward Day Page (1914)
"G. Financial groups have grown greatly in Financial excess of populational increase. Bankers and brok- groups ers (67) had increased four and a half times ..."

3. The Social Survey by Carol Aronovici (1916)
"While a knowledge of the general distribution of the various types of populational elements in the community is an essential need in the treatment of local ..."

4. Housing and the Housing Problem by Carol Aronovici (1920)
"... of land is fixed to a very considerable degree by the relation that a certain area has to actual or potential populational groups to be settled upon or ..."

5. Journal of the American Chemical Society by American Chemical Society (1879)
"... A: is an arbitrary scale factor which can be adjusted to accommodate the shifts to any reference value, Pi and PU are populational factors, and 5, ..."

6. The Life of Thomas Jefferson by Henry Stephens Randall (1858)
"These effects extend even to populational increase. Where means to open the road, bridge the river, and repel the savage are wanting, population does not ..."

7. The Life of Thomas Jefferson by Henry Stephens Randall (1871)
"To the extent of that absorption, means of development and improvement are sacrificed. These effects extend even to populational ..."

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