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variability

a characteristic of SERVICES, namely that being delivered by people, the standard of their performance is open to variation.
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Since current study, was carried out using 214 lentil landrace collected from Jordan that exhibited high genetic variability between and within clusters for the majority of the studied quantitative traits.
In the present study, an attempt has been made to ascertain the magnitude of induced genetic variability through the use of gamma rays and EMS in [M.sub.2] and [M.sub.3] generations for various quantitative traits in chickpea var.
[22.] Galeta N, Mohammed H and H Zelleke Genetic variability and genetic advance in sorghum (Sorghum bicolor (L.) Moench) germplasm.
More specifically, a genetic substudy of PLATO (A Study of PLATelet Inhibition and Patient Outcomes) showed that the effects on a combined primary endpoint of cardiovascular death, myocardial infarction, or stroke seen in ACS patients who received the investigational oral antiplatelet treatment, ticagrelor, were maintained, whether or not they had the genetic variability that has been previously shown to affect a patient's response to clopidogrel.
Genetic variability is of prime momentous for the improvement of many crop species including Brassica.
"The genetic variability of the species-the tendency of the genetic make-up of a population to vary from one individual to another - has remained high, which is good news.
In order to study the genetic variability of the Criollo Limonero Breed, a dairy breed considered National Patrimony of Venezuela, 95 purebred animals were analyzed using 14 DNA microsatellites.
Nutrigenomics, by studying the interactions between genetic variability and nutritional factors, represents a new challenge in order to account for interindividual variations in disease susceptibility.
Chemical analysis reveals significant genetic variability among the genotypes for both zinc and iron content of the seeds.