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Stable Population

Stable Population

stable population

stable population

stable population

Population Genetics and Gene Variation of Stable Fly Populations (Diptera: Muscidae) in Nebraska

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Stable Fly Population Dynamics in Eastern Nebraska in Relation to Climatic Variables

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316 BNP a predictor of “ongoing morbidity burden” in stable heart failure population

362 The evolution of anaemia over time in a stable community heart failure population

Association between smoking and alcohol use in the general population: stable and unstable odds ratios across two years in two different countries

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Stable isotopes reveal age-dependent trophic level and spatial segregation during adult marine feeding in populations of salmon

1145 Inducible ischemia, ejection fraction and age as prognostic determinants in a population affected by stable coronary artery disease

Familial microsatellite-stable non-polyposis colorectal cancer: Incidence and characteristics in a clinic-based population

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A population where fertility and mortality are constant. A stable population will show an unvarying age distribution and will grow at a constant rate. Stable population theory is based upon measuring the reported age–sex distribution against that of an appropriately chosen stable population, in order to validate census information (UN Publication ST/ESA/STAT/SER.M/67/Rev. 2).

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