population growth

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Noun1.population growth - increase in the number of people who inhabit a territory or statepopulation growth - increase in the number of people who inhabit a territory or state
increment, growth, increase - a process of becoming larger or longer or more numerous or more important; "the increase in unemployment"; "the growth of population"
irruption - a sudden sharp increase in the relative numbers of a population
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population growth

nincremento demografico
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iii) Medical industries and devices - (a) research and development, production and marketing of magnetic resonance imaging guided focused ultrasound treatment equipment, and (b) development of stem cell population expansion technologies and stem cell therapy products for transplantation and regenerative medicine.
The FLDH attributes the dispersal of some of the world~s major language families to the adoption of agriculture and subsequent population expansion, whereby the language of new farmers displaced that of preexisting hunter gatherers.
To evaluate a null hypothesis of a population expansion, Harpending's raggedness index was calculated; failure to reject the null hypothesis (i.
In the northern New Jersey market, poised for strong growth driven by population expansion and economic development, Sandbrook adds, Colonial Concrete has a 35-year track record in commercial and residential work.
The population expansion will require energy and water: a 34% increase in electricity generation capacity and a further 2.
These variables may not be pathological, but are caused by factors such as population expansion, advances in investigation and detection technologies such as Ultrasound, PET-CT imaging and other modalities; increased awareness; the convenience of prescribing thyroid bloods tests amongst general practitioners; and the infusion of iodine in the average diet over the past three decades.
Simultaneously, the country underwent population expansion and urbanisation, which resulted in rising water consumption levels in the agricultural, municipal and industrial sectors.
Perhaps, indeed, the local Labour Party and the Welsh Labour Government should also listen to the outrage felt by Cardiffians about the huge population expansion planned for our city and all the added problems that will cause.
The mid-late nineteenth century witnessed the initial and intermediate phases of population expansion from Costa Rica's Central Valley to outlying unsettled frontier zones, a demographic process that shaped the country's later political and cultural evolution.
She said to discourage speedy population expansion, 4,000 health centres were being established in the Punjab.
Lisa Banks, Texas strategic deployment leader for the bank, said, 'Austin is making headlines for its impressive economic and population expansion.
The country's economic growth, increasing government expenditure, population expansion, rising cultural and educational activities and the growth in retail have all contributed to intensifying printing, advertising and marketing activities.