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Diversity

Meanings and phrases

diversity

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n.
  1. noticeable heterogeneity; diverseness; multifariousness; variety
  2. the condition or result of being changeable

genetic diversity

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E.g.
  • Eugenic policies may lead to a loss of genetic diversity.
  • DNA analysis of the New Zealand bees showed they lacked genetic diversity.
  • rRNA gene primers were used to test "Neobodo"’s global distribution and genetic diversity.

cultural diversity

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E.g.
  • Globalization and multi cultural diversity can exist.
  • Build on cultural diversity, youth, skills and energy 6.
  • These cultural events in Alberta highlight the province's cultural diversity.

species diversity

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E.g.
  • They control population growth and decline and increase species diversity.
  • Animal species diversity sharply reduced in contrast with unsprayed areas.
  • In species diversity, island biogeography most describes allopatric speciation.

great diversity

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E.g.
  • There is great diversity in the genotype and phenotype of wild strains.
  • The complexity comes from the great diversity of stakeholders in the process.
  • Plants, such as "Arabidopsis thaliana," have a particularly great diversity of isoforms.

biological diversity

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E.g.
  • Global patterns of biological diversity are complex.
  • Christmas Island is well known for its biological diversity.
  • The island has an average temperature of and great climatic and biological diversity.

ethnic diversity

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E.g.
  • Alberta has considerable ethnic diversity.
  • Hardy expanded the union's racial and ethnic diversity as well.
  • The culture of New York City is reflected in its size and ethnic diversity.

diversity within

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E.g.
  • It also wants to protect the linguistic and cultural diversity within the EU.
  • The difficulty arises from thematic diversity within a large set of documents.
  • Therefore, lack of diversity within Greek Life organizations remains relatively unchanged.

diversity among

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E.g.
  • This made for greater diversity among them than among male monasteries.
  • By the Eocene (~45 mya) there was already considerable diversity among eusocial bee lineages.
  • The Academy Awards have long received criticism over its lack of diversity among the nominees.

wide diversity

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E.g.
  • The park displays a wide diversity of flora and fauna.
  • Though a small reserve, it contains a wide diversity of plant and bird species.
  • Beetles are able to exploit a wide diversity of food sources available in their many habitats.

greater diversity

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E.g.
  • This made for greater diversity among them than among male monasteries.
  • He has been an advocate for greater diversity in upper-level corporate positions.
  • The publishers mentioned that the more timber and the greater diversity led to more ship building.

religious diversity

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  • James Fearon and David Laitin find that ethnic and religious diversity does not make civil war more likely.
  • European Council of Religious Leaders works on the basis of mutual respect and appreciation for religious diversity.
  • Smith stood for cities, immigrants, the repeal of prohibition, religious diversity, and new perspectives on governments role in society.

linguistic diversity

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E.g.
  • The Council of Europe is committed to protecting linguistic diversity.
  • Bolivia has great linguistic diversity as a result of its multiculturalism.
  • For Saussure, time is the primary catalyst of linguistic diversity, not distance.

rich diversity

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E.g.
  • The Park has a very rich diversity of flora and fauna.
  • New Guinea has a rich diversity of coral life and 1,200 species of fish have been found.

high diversity

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E.g.
  • Situated on the south coast of the island is To'aga lagoon which has a high diversity of corals and fishes.
  • Due to the high diversity of compounds and systemic effects, venom of "Dinoponera" could be of use to the pharmaceutical industry.
  • A high diversity of rodents may be taken given the chance, as around 60 species of rodent have been recorded in the foods of common buzzards.

lack of diversity

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E.g.
  • This segregation creates lack of diversity in the schools in this area.
  • Foreign and local observers have lamented the lack of diversity in the Gabonese economy.
  • Therefore, lack of diversity within Greek Life organizations remains relatively unchanged.
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