Affected Relative Pair

Science / Genetics / Affected Relative Pair: Individuals related by blood, each of whom is affected with the same trait. Examples are affected sibling, cousin, and avuncular pairs.

Other Words for Affected

Affected Adjective Synonyms: unnatural, artificial, specious, stilted, stiff, studied, awkward, non-natural, contrived, mannered
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Other Words for Pair

Pair Verb Synonyms: couple, twosome, two of a kind, set of two, matched set, duo, dyad, twins, double, doublet, brace, span, yoke, team, tandem
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Other Words for Relative

Relative Noun Synonyms: related, connected, associated, allied, affiliated, interconnected, interrelated, pertinent, relevant, germane, applicable, apropos
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Relative Strength

Business / Finance / Relative Strength: Movement of a stock price over the past year as compared to a market index (like the S&P 500). A value below 1.0 means the stock shows relative weakness in price movement (underperformed the market); MORE

Relative Standard Deviation

Science / Chemistry / Relative Standard Deviation: The relative standard deviation is a measure of precision, calculated by dividing the standard deviation for a series of measurements by the average measurement. MORE

Relative Time

Science / Biology / Relative Time: Type of geologic time (absolute time being the other) that places events in a sequence relative to each other. MORE

Relative Value

Business / Finance / Relative Value: The attractiveness measured in terms of risk, liquidity, and return of one instrument relative to another, or, for a given instrument, of one maturity relative to another. MORE

Relative Value Scale (RVS)

Health / Health Insurance / Relative Value Scale (RVS): A method used by MCOs of determining provider reimbursement that assigns a weighted value to each medical procedure or service. To determine the amount the MCO will pay to the physician, the weighted MORE

Relative Risk

Health / Disease / Relative Risk: Relative risk is a ratio of the probability of the event occurring in the exposed group versus non-exposed group. MORE

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