Definitions for "Dominance"
(1) A situation in which one gene of an allelic pair prevents the phenotypic expression of the other member of the allelic pair. (2) A type of social behavior in which an animal exerts influence over one or more other animals.
Inter-allelic/intragenic interaction with complete suppression of one allele by another.
The ability of a gene to prevail in the offspring over its opposite or recessive trait.
the emphasis placed on a particular area or characteristic of a work, with other areas or aspects given subordinate or supporting roles.
Parts of an artwork that create a focal point. One of the five principles of art used to analyze a composition.
A principle of design in which one element is emphasized.
high rank or high power
A term borrowed from Biology and used in Human Ecology to denote a social structure in which a ranking exists with each animal dominant over those below it and submissive to those above it in the hierarchy.
The higher status position when social rank is organized according to a dominance-submission hierarchy; commonly found in human societies and in certain animal groups.
As used herein, a descriptor of vegetation that is related to the standing crop of a species in an area, usually measured by height, areal cover, or basal area (for trees).
Dominance is an object or color that stands out in relation to the rest of the painting.
Related aggression - the term used to describe threatening behaviour - staring, 'standing over', growling, snarling, snapping or biting - when it is associated with the dominance chain of command.
Keywords:  varicella, niacin
Niacin Varicella
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one isotopy dominates an other if it contains markers of represented enunciation and /or if it determines a referential impression.
the species of plant or animal that exerts the most influence on the community because of its quantity or strength; the ruling animal.
Having the controlling influence in a group. Being the dominant animal in a group means being the leader of that group.
Dominance means a position or exercise of dominant authority, leadership, or influence by reason of superior leverage, strength, or representation to the exclusion of fair and equitable consideration of other viewpoints.
a position of economic strength enjoyed by an undertaking which enables it to prevent effective competition being maintained on the relevant market by affording it the power to behave to an appreciable extent independently of its competitors, customers and ultimately consumers.
In economics, dominance is a concept related to the degree of inequality, disparity, or asymmetry in the market share distribution of the firms or participants in a market.
This is used in many contexts, but the general meaning is that something is uniformly better than something else. For example, consider two activities in a linear program, say j and k, such that: j has greater cost: c_j = c_k j produces less of each requirement: A(i, j) = A(i, k) for i such that we require A(i,.)x = b_i j consumes more of each resource: A(i, j) = A(i, k) for i such that we require A(i,.)x = b_i j produces or consumes at the same rate of goods to be conserved: A(i, j) = A(i, k) for i such that we require A(i,.)x = b_i Then, activity k dominates activity j.
A term used in various contexts (e.g. IN DECISION ANALYSIS, farm programming and input-output budget analysis) to indicate that one alternative is always superior to another in the sense of producing higher net benefits.
superior development of one side of the body
Predominance; ascendency; authority.
the power or right to give orders or make decisions; "he has the authority to issue warrants"; "deputies are given authorization to make arrests"
a dominating, or being dominant; control; authority.
A strategy dominates another if it is guaranteed to lead to a better results.... more on: Dominance
Ability to naturally perform better with one side of the body.
In game theory, dominance (also called strategic dominance) occurs when one strategy is better than another strategy for one player, no matter how that player's opponents may play. Many simple games can be solved using dominance.
Keywords:  domme, gender, scenes, power, exercises
Power or control over something.
(also called Domination) - In terms of BDSM and D/s, this term refers to taking control of a person or situation through usage of some means (such as physical, mental, financial, etc), or to exercise this power. A person who exercises this power on a regular basis, outside of BDSM scenes, is called a Dominant; the gender specific titles being Dom for a man, Domme or Dominatrix for a woman.
The state when an intervention being considered is both more effective and less costly than the alternative.
the state that exists when one person or group has power over another; "her apparent dominance of her husband was really her attempt to make him pay attention to her"
Keywords:  birds, ability, actions, group, control
the ability of one bird, or group of birds, to control the actions of another