This result goes in line with the findings of Delbianco and Fioriti (2014) that Latin American countries had a bimodal distribution
of breaks, with the first mode in the late 1970s and the second one at the beginning of the twenty-first century.
A Mann-Whitney U test performed only for data of these two prey species revealed a highly significant difference in their stable carbon isotope ratios (U = 0.0, P < 0.001), supporting our notion of a bimodal distribution
in consumer stable carbon isotope ratios.
Despite efforts to encourage uniform reporting within methods, one can still see that a bimodal distribution
is present in the CG1-B specimen (slightly elevated) in methods 2, 3, and 4, while specimen CG1-C (moderately elevated) demonstrates a bimodal pattern in all 4 methods.
In other words, the games that create the solid, bimodal distribution
shown in Figure 4 are also in the sample that produces the solid distributions in Figures 2 and 3, thus flattening those distributions.
Although the data were more limited, a bimodal distribution
was seen in one of six censuses for males and one of four for females.
The bimodal distribution
of [K.sub.i] is clear because the mean is largely unaffected by changes in [DELTA], whereas the median declined with increasing [DELTA] (Figure 6C).
Graphical representation of frequency of age exhibited bimodal distribution
where the first peak appears between 20-29 years, both in HL and NHL whereas, in NHL, the second larger peak stuck between 50-59 years.
Again, only infants exposed to the bimodal distribution
later discriminated the contrast; in this case, the bimodal distribution
As for who is using it, Roberts said it is a bimodal distribution
. The biggest group is the 22- to 32-year old age group followed by those ages 46 to 56, who, Roberts suspects is frequently sending money to their children in their 20s.
The observed bimodal distribution
pattern suggests that the samples originated from populations at demographic equilibrium, whereas the unimodal distribution pattern suggests that the samples originated from a population following a recent demographic and range expansion (Rogers and Harpending, 1992; Ray et al., 2003).
An apparent bimodal distribution
of acetylator phenotype in 96 subjects (27% slow and 73% fast acetylators) was observed from measuring the percentage of acetylation of sulphamethazine in 6 h plasma sample (Huang et al., 1992).