multiple factors


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multiple factors

pl n
(Genetics) genetics two or more genes that act as a unit, producing cumulative effects in the phenotype

mul′tiple fac′tors


n.
a series of two or more pairs of genes responsible for the development of complex, quantitative characters.
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He said that high production cost in Pakistan due to multiple factors was a major hurdle in promoting industrialization and urged that new industrial policy should focus on reducing cost of doing business and promoting exports.
The forecaster said the robust first quarter of this year - official statistics showed GDP grew 0.5 per cent in January compared to the month before - will likely prove a "false dawn" as multiple factors catch up with the UK economy.
'Men have a lower life expectancy than women because of higher deaths rates caused from multiple factors," it says.
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She added that population of Lahore was increasing at a rate of 3.4 percent annually due to multiple factors including urbanization from other areas.
The decision made by the then Cabinet had taken into consideration multiple factors with implications on moral, financial and international law.

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