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hyp-

pref.
Variant of hypo-.
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hyp-

prefix
a variant of hypo-: hypabyssal.
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hyp-

var. of hypo- before a vowel: hypalgesia.

hyp.

1. hypotenuse.
2. hypothesis.
3. hypothetical.
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B-, Hyp-, and P-linked QTL (soc10.1, soc16.1, and soc17.1) explained 22.5, 10.5, and 3.1% of the phenotypic variability, respectively.
The five kpr QTL were coincident with five of six SOC QTL and, as noted earlier, the effects of the B-, Hyp-, and P-linked QTL (kpr10.1, kpr16.1, and kpr17.1) were virtually equal and individually explained 13.5 to 15.2% of the phenotypic variance for kpr.
/ You protest, / but without picketing, without rioting, / without Catherine Lim / but through your loudspeaker media, through the hyp- / notic eyeballs of your newscasters, and that weather / woman who I swear is working voodoo on my teevee / screen." The phrase "statistics-starved" does not mean starved of statistics but starved by statistics.