View definitions for determinants
noun as in incentive
noun as in motive
noun as in occasion
noun as in origin
noun as in reason
noun as in source
noun as in cause
noun as in provenience
noun as in rootstock
noun as in grounds
A 2007 study of genetic determinants of eye, hair, and skin color in Icelandic and Dutch adults found a similar result.
"Class and wealth, rather than religion or ethnicity, were the determinants of neighborliness," King writes.
These determinants control the parts of the developing embryo,—in what manner need not here concern us.
But since all living entities vary, the determinants must also vary, now in a favourable, now in an unfavourable direction.
He believes also that there are many more such "determinants" than are necessary for the reproduction of the cell.
Several factors act as soil determinants: Fertility; physical characters; soil heat.
They are much more important determinants of future sensations than is anything which can now be calculated.
On this page you'll find 455 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to determinants, such as: encouragement, enticement, impetus, motivation, reason, and stimulus.
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