interindividual

interindividual

(ˌɪntərˌɪndɪˈvɪdjʊəl)
adj
occurring between, or involving, two or more individuals
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In addition to interindividual differences in susceptibility to toxic substances, there are likely to be important differences in soil pica activities as well.
Sections two and three focus on intra-individual phenomena and interindividual processes.
It is not as easy to explain the onset and harmonious interindividual development of gametogenesis under total darkness in entire populations, whether exposed to similar or distinct local environmental conditions.
Exponential smoothing was used to demonstrate the trends in the interindividual INR average and standard deviations.
This degree of interindividual variation is lower than that in cadaveric liver biopsy specimens in which a standard deviation of up to 100% from the mean has been reported[16].
Also, traditional approaches overemphasize within-time, interindividual variability rather than across-time, intraindividual variability.
Predicting Interindividual Variability of Metabolic DrugDrug Interactions: Identifying the Causes and Accounting for Them Using Systems Approach (Amin Rostami-Hodjegan).
Interindividual variability in susceptibility to toxicity has been observed or assumed to exist for all environmental chemicals and drugs; however, little empirical data are available to quantify such differences (Zeise et al.
Intra- and interindividual biological variation is taken from the tables by Ricos, published online by Westgard QC (10).
Anti-B staining should also be explored, although with fewer known subtypes of blood group B (compared to blood group A), there may be very little interindividual variation in B antigen expression on organ endothelium.
Interindividual differences in pain perception will be studied using experimental pain tests including activation of descending inhibitions as a biomarker of endogenous analgesia and fMRI.
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