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Words and phrases that have a meaning related to subgroup:   (143 results)

Often used in the same context:
subpopulation, subset, cohort, statistically significant, subcategory, univariate, post hoc, proband, rheumatoid factor, histologies, pcr, leukopenia, multivariate analysis, eoe, confidence interval, cryptogenic, squamous, subtype, csa, bacteroides, nrti, ascus, placebo, epithelioid, aminotransferase, immunoreactivity, adenoma, genotype, atopic, posttest, leucopenia, abstainers, confounder, thyroglobulin, serologic, proteinuria, neoplasm, group, pca, seroconversion, hypercalciuria, chlorthalidone, ceftriaxone, subsample, quintile, gram stain, dysthymia, igm, bacteriuria, haplotype, subregions, lymphocytosis, polysomnogram, dyads, hypersomnia, myositis, subthreshold, alleles, ergocalciferol, null hypothesis, parasitaemia, varices, crp, oxidized ldl cholesterol, unipolar depression, pheochromocytoma, serum albumin, autoantibody, symptomatology, averroes, leydig cell, pretest, fluvastatin, subfamily, orchitis, glycopeptide, chlorambucil, antiarrhythmic drug, immunoglobulin g, arteriography, hies, prostatic adenocarcinoma, phenotype, leukocytosis, etiologies, systolic pressure, stratum, cytologic, penetrance, nelfinavir, erythrocyte sedimentation rate, tace, autoantibodies, lymphopenia, contraindication, hypospadias, nels, vesicoureteral reflux, albuminuria, nonparametric, niddm, hallux valgus, subgroups, subclass, category, subfield, subspecies, subregion, subsets, facet, subpopulations, grouping, subcategories, type, item, section, interindividual, interspecific, intragroup, intraindividual, significant, stiffness, anatomic, artifactual, concordant, crosssectional, electromotive, gradational, interannual, interindustry, intracultural, intrafamilial, nonsignificant, observed, phenotypic

Appears in the definition of:
ambrosiaceae, basotho, carduelinae, family ambrosiaceae, subfamily carduelinae

More general:
group, grouping, mathematical group

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— Adjectives for subgroup: small, second, particular, first, normal, distinct, largest, specific, third, important, invariant, more...

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