sex ratio

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sex ratio

n.
The proportion of males to females in a given population, usually expressed as the number of males per 100 females.
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The changing gender ratio in occurrence of deliberate self-harm across the lifecycle.
Consider the skewed gender ratio in Pakistan 105 men for every 100 women in a world where the longer life expectancy of women means they outnumber men in most countries.
The gender ratio is 50 percent male and 50 percent female.
While Swithme requires double that, the app operators said men open chatrooms in most cases due to the unbalanced gender ratio.
According to data from the NCAA in 2014, the gender ratio for its 472,625 student-athletes was even closer, about 44 percent female to 56 percent male.
If we can equip each group of women to gain employment, it would only take 10 classes to get the gender ratio of people employed in the Australian industry close to 50 per cent," McLean says.
A team led by Charles Holahan, a psychologist at the University of Texas studied 1,824 participants over 20 years in which the gender ratio of participants was disproportionate - 63 percent of participants were male, and all of the individuals were aged between 55 and 65 years.
Appraisal of positive group affective tone is a complex task and has been found to be influenced by social contexts, including the group's gender ratio (Simmons, Stein, Matthews, Feinstein, & Paulus, 2006).
12 In a study from Southern China, the gender ratio was similar to our observation, i.
There is a 50:50 gender ratio of entry-level petroleum engineers and a balanced talent pool at junior and mid-career levels in the company.