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  Dominant (music) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
A cadential dominant chord followed by a tonic chord (the chord of the key of the piece) produces an authentic cadence.
Modulation into the dominant key often creates a sense of increased tension; as opposed to modulation into subdominant (fourth note of the scale), which creates a sense of musical relaxation (because the tonic key is the dominant of its subdominant key: in F major, the dominant is C).
The dominant may also be considered the result of a transformational operation applied to the tonic that most closely resembles the tonic by some clear-cut criteria such as common tones (Perle 1955 cited in Wilson 1992, p.37-38).
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 Dominant - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The dominant of a church mode was the tenor or reciting tone of psalm tones.
Dominant animals take a higher position in a "pecking order", and may be the only animals allowed to breed within a group.
In genetics, a dominant gene is one that is expressed when heterozygous with a recessive allele of the gene.
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 Dominant gene - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
In genetics, the term dominant gene refers to the allele that causes a phenotype that is seen in a heterozygous genotype.
Incomplete dominance occurs when certain of the recessive gene appears within the phenotype of the organism, causing a blend in between both the dominant and recessive gene.
Typically, a dominant negative mutation results in a protein that is structurally similar to the wild-type protein, but which has lost the normal function.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Dominant_gene   (345 words)

  
 Dominant Ideology Dissertation @ NaturalResearch.org (Natural Research)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
The dominant ideology, in Marxist or marxian theory, is the set of common values and beliefs shared by most people in a given society, framing how the majority think about a range of topics, from art and science to politics.
In feudal societies, the dominant ideology took religious forms, such as Christianity, making sense of nature and society by means of traditional teachings, established authority and faith.
This theory is summarized in the slogan: The dominant ideology is the ideology of the dominant class.
www.naturalresearch.org /encyclopedia/Dominant_ideology   (814 words)

  
 The Dominant Seventh and Augmented Sixth Discords
The resolution of the dominant seventh is frequently extended with the interpolation of a triad in second inversion which is built on the same bass note as the resolution chord.
It is possible for secondary dominants to resolve to non-diatonic chords, and for the secondary tonality of which this dominant is a diatonic chord to be extended.
The dominant seventh is spelt 1 - 3 - (5) -
www.andymilne.dial.pipex.com /Discords.shtml   (1383 words)

  
 Musical Phrase Dominant Prolongation
The dominant prolongation is the most common type of internal extension to the basic syntactic structure.
Here, the dominant chord of the cadence is prolonged by the use of static harmony in a similar way to the way the tonic chord is prolonged in the static harmony of the opening section of the musical phrase.
Dominant prolongations are prolongations of the cadential dominant chord and form a syntactic function in the phrase.
www.harmony.org.uk /book/musical_phrase_dominant_prolongation.htm   (986 words)

  
 Dominant Dogs
Dominant behavior in dogs is the natural result of their having no concept of equality.
Dominance should be of special concern to breeders because, too often, high working drive and dominant behaviors go together.
Dominant dogs are pushy, unresponsive to training and may not have good house and company manners.
www.joycefay.com /articles/dominantdogs.shtml   (2100 words)

  
 Dominant minority - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
A dominant minority is a group that has overwhelming political, economic or cultural dominance in a country or region despite representing a small fraction of the overall population (a demographic minority).
Other examples of dominant minorities that have been said to have existed in the past are Germans in the Austro-Hungarian Empire, Russians in Soviet Central Asia, the Tutsis in Rwanda and Burundi, and the Sunnis in Iraq.
The most commonly cited examples of minorities that may have had economic power and influence in a society but lacked political dominance and often suffered as a result are: the Jewish communities in Eastern Europe and the Middle East, South Asians in East Africa and Chinese in Indonesia and Malaysia, see Market-dominant minority.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Dominant_minority   (574 words)

  
 MedlinePlus Medical Encyclopedia: Autosomal dominant
Dominant inheritance occurs when an abnormal gene from ONE parent is capable of causing disease even though the matching gene from the other parent is normal.
The abnormal gene dominates the outcome of the gene pair.
For an autosomal dominant disorder: If one parent has an abnormal gene and the other parent a normal gene, there is a 50% chance each child will inherit the abnormal gene, and therefore the dominant trait.
www.nlm.nih.gov /medlineplus/ency/article/002049.htm   (541 words)

  
 American Dog Trainers Network -- Taming the Dominant Dog
If your dog is dominant or difficult to handle, it must be made clear to him that your furniture belongs to you, not your dog, which means he shouldn't be allowed on it.
Dominant dogs frequently control access-ways (such as doorways) throughout the house by laying across them, and expecting household members to walk around them.
If however, you have an especially dominant dog (or a dog who is aggressive towards you), it's important to note that lots of kissing, doting, petting, whining, and "baby talk", may be inadvertantly signaling to their dominant dog that they too believe that he's king of the household.
www.inch.com /~dogs/taming.html   (1656 words)

  
 Dominant Eye Test
Eye dominance is an important consideration for monovision correction to reduce the need for reading glasses or bifocals.
Another similar test for eye dominance is with the both eyes open, raise your right arm and point to an object in the distance.
Your dominant eye is the eye you using when the pointing finger does not seem to move.
www.usaeyes.org /lasik/faq/lasik-monovision-dominant-eye.htm   (561 words)

  
 Sex-linked dominant
The term "sex-linked dominant" means that a single abnormal gene on the X chromosome can cause the disease.
The inheritance of genetic diseases, abnormalities, or traits is described by both the type of chromosome the abnormal gene resides on (autosomal or sex chromosome), and by whether the gene itself is dominant or recessive.
Dominant inheritance occurs when an abnormal gene from ONE parent is capable of causing disease even though there may be a matching gene from the other parent that is normal.
www.healthscout.com /ency/1/002050.html   (177 words)

  
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Dominant in France and the Champions League, Lyon is enjoying its best ever start to a season as the only unbeaten team in Europe's top leagues.
The dominant theory is that a group of neo-conservatives within the Bush Administration, having visions of empire, were able to (easily) convince the President...
Efforts began in the mid-90s to develop a vaccine to target the particular group B strain of the disease that was becoming dominant in the New Zealand epidemic...
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 Dominance in Dogs
A dominant dog may greet another member of the group with an elevated tail and erected ears, while a submissive animal is likely to lower its head, neck, tail, flatten back its ears and sometimes, attempt to touch the corners of the mouth of the dominant individual with its nose.
If a submissive approaches a dominant one with an elevated tail and a direct stare, this would be perceived as a threat by the dominant one and a fight would occur.
Dominant behavior in dogs is a result of the owner's inability to raise the dog properly.
www.moordair.com /jnckc/dominance_in_dogs.html   (1702 words)

  
 Canine Coat Color Inheritance and Appearance - coat colors and coat color inheritance in dogs.
As for brindle, the clustering of fl pigment into stripes wherever the coat is red, I (BD) have a lot of breeding records to indicate that it is a dominant gene that is independent of fl mask and does not belong on the E locus.
M is dominant and in many breeds MM dogs have reduced vigor and the breed commonly has mm normals as well as Mm merles.
Dominant - in genetics, the situation in which the presence of a single gene of a given pair will cause the trait or condition to be apparent in the animal.
www.batw.net /borzois.com/coat.color/coat.color.html   (3342 words)

  
 TRAINING THE DOMINANT DOG - Internet Library - dogsites.com.au
The first essential is to convince your dominant friend that you are the pack leader, the senior partner, his god, idol, reason for living, call it what you will.
It is after all, one of the ways he would indicate his dominance to a lesser being within the pack.
With the dominant dog who has been allowed to get his own way for too long, remedial action must be taken and stopping this behaviour is just another way of doing this.
www.dogsites.com.au /internet_library/train_dominant_dog.html   (1452 words)

  
 dominate
Dominance cues may also be used to express moods of confidence.
Signs of dominance evolved from offensive body movements of the fight-or-flight response, and are expressed through displays designed to make the body seem more powerful, threatening, and "bigger" to the eye (see ANTIGRAVITY SIGN and HIGH-STAND DISPLAY).
Dominance cues may be used to express anger as well.
members.aol.com /nonverbal2/dominate.htm   (380 words)

  
 Tonic and Dominant Triads
Dominant triads are built in similar fashion as tonic triads.
In a dominant triad, there is always that leading tone, the middle note, that "wants" to move up to the tonic.
That's what gives dominant chords their important place in traditional harmony: they help define the tonic chord in that manner.
www.musictheory.halifax.ns.ca /15tdt.html   (940 words)

  
 Complementary Dominant/Submitter Relationships
In a mutual relationship something like dominant and submissive action is expressed typically by both parties but each on different types of issues, and authority is likewise distributed, yet love is usually the basis of the relationship.
(Domineering is something else, not part of authentic D/s.) There does seem to be a complex of behaviors that identifies a dominant, unlike the case of the supposed submissive traits.
Maybe it is because of the historical preference for, and deference to, male dominants, and lesser so for female dominants, as opposed to the general disrepute of submitters of all kinds.
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 Dominant Dogs
A "dominant" dog may stare, bark, growl, snap, or even bite when you give him a command or ask him to give up a toy, treat, or resting place.
Sometimes even hugging, petting, or grooming can be interpreted as gestures of dominance and, therefore, provoke a growl or snap—and this is true even though your dog may still be very affectionate and often solicit petting and attention from you.
A position within the dominance hierarchy is established by each member of the group, based on the outcomes of interactions between themselves and the other pack members.
www.hsus.org /pets/pet_care/our_pets_for_life_program/dog_behavior_tip_sheets/Dominant-Dogs.html   (1223 words)

  
 The Three Phases Of A Dominant
As much from the standpoint of the role the Dominant is playing at any particular moment in the submissive’s life, as to the responsibility for taking charge of another.
That “expectation” is often a media stereotype of the role of Dominant, and tends to lean towards Master or Disciplinarian.
Sir/Ma’am: In this phase the Dominant is Teacher, Guide, Decision Maker, and many of the other roles that require a clearer distinction between the Dominant and submissive roles, and the influence of authority.
www.geocities.com /rovershand/3POD.html   (1461 words)

  
 DOMINANT DOGS AND AGGRESSIVE DOGS
Because a dog is dominant, it does not necessarily follow that he is aggressive, not to the normal way of interpreting the word aggression, anyway.
A dominant dog can be dominated by a dog (or person) who is stronger physically or has a stronger personality than he has.
Dominance can be shown by little things such as demanding to be petted, trying to continually walk in front, etc. Aggression can be caused by many factors other than dominance: jealousy, over-protectiveness (of owner, pack, territory, food or self), fear, insecurity and sex can all cause aggression.
www.nylana.org /RRACI/dominant.htm   (1781 words)

  
 Polycystic Kidney Disease   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
The phrase "autosomal dominant" means that if one parent has the disease, there is a 50-percent chance that the disease will pass to a child (see Genetic Diseases).
In some rare cases, the cause of autosomal dominant PKD occurs spontaneously in the child soon after conception—in these cases the parents are not the source of this disease.
Although this test can detect the presence of the autosomal dominant PKD mutations before cysts develop, its usefulness is limited by two factors; it cannot predict the onset or ultimate severity of the disease, and no absolute cure is available to prevent the onset of the disease.
kidney.niddk.nih.gov /kudiseases/pubs/polycystic   (2508 words)

  
 dominant aggressive dog behavior
Dominant dog behavior is a serious public problem.
Aggressive dominant dog behavior is the most serious behavior problem that dog owners must deal with, and it is largely preventable if the dog owner understands dog behavior and the factors that influence the development of dominant aggressive dog behavior.
The subtle signs of dominant aggressive dog behavior usually go unnoticed or are explained away until the dog bites the human.
www.doggiesparadise.com /dominance.shtml   (507 words)

  
 Dogfunk.com | Large Image View | Burton Dominant Snowboard - Free Shipping!   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
Designed for hits, jibs, and rails the Dominant has mad pop for super-high ollies and is forgiving when you come up short.
The Dominant is built with proven Burton components and quality control for day after day of hot park action.
Dominant is only way to go for jibs rains and buttering.
www.dogfunk.com /dogfunk/BUR0406/large/c7/s49/Burton-Dominant-Snowboard.html   (287 words)

  
 Shooting Skills   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
The "dominant eye" is the eye you use for sighting purposes.
The dominant eye is the stronger of your two eyes.
To find out which is your dominant eye, point your finger at a distant object with both eyes open.
homestudy.ihea.com /shootingskills/03dominanteye.htm   (176 words)

  
 Autosomal Dominant Polycystic Kidney Disease
The diagnosis and prognosis of autosomal dominant polycystic kidney disease.
Hepatic cysts in autosomal dominant polycystic kidney disease.
Saccular intracranial aneurysm in autosomal dominant polycystic kidney disease.
www.ispub.com /journals/IJEICM/Vol5N1/adpkd.html   (4516 words)

  
 Dominant definition - Medical Dictionary definitions of popular medical terms
Dominant: A genetic trait is considered dominant if it is expressed in a person who has only one copy of that gene.
A dominant trait is opposed to a recessive trait which is expressed only when two copies of the gene are present.
The gene responsible for it can be transmitted from generation to generation and each child born to someone with the gene has a 50:50 chance of receiving the gene and manifesting the disease.
www.medterms.com /script/main/art.asp?articlekey=3105   (338 words)

  
 Responsibilities of a Dominant
It is the duty of a Dominant to watch and monitor the scene carefully and to ensure the submissive is not being harmed either physically or emotionally.
It is the responsibility of a Dominant to insure the submissive grows and develops under the Dominant's ownership, in both the lifestyle and the public life (i.e., job and family).
For a Dominant to play with and discard a submissive just for amusement is dishonorable (exception is a submissive that has declared this is the treatment they need).
www.iron-rose.com /IR/docs/responsibilities_of_a_dominant.htm   (1089 words)

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