The condition or quality of being mortal; subjection to death or to the necessity of dying.
The whole sum or number of deaths in a given time or a given community; also, the proportion of deaths to population, or to a specific number of the population; death rate; as, a time of great, or low, mortality; the mortality among the settlers was alarming.
death; also referring to the percentage of deaths in a population.
The total number of deaths from a given disease in a population during an interval of time, usually a year.
The number of deaths from cancer during a specific time period
The frequency of deaths in proportion to a specific population.
The number of deaths that occur in a given time, in a given group, or from a given cause. MRI: See Magnetic Resonance Imaging
The frequency of deaths in a group of organisms exposed to a chemical. [compare to moribund
(1) the quality or state of being mortal; (2) the number of deaths in a given time or place or the proportion of deaths to population
The number of volume of growing stock trees dying from natural causes during a certain period of time.
The number of individuals that die as a result of a specific disease or group of diseases each year. When expressed as a rate, it is the number of deaths during that time period per standard unit of population. E.g., 4 cases/ 100,000 population per year.
_ The rate or proportion of deaths.
A measure of deaths in a given population, location, or other grouping of interest.
the ratio of deaths in an area to the population of that area; expressed per 1000 per year
Frequency of deaths within populations and subpopulations.
The number of deaths from a specified disease during a defined period of time in a specified population
The number of deaths in a given period. In fisheries these are divided into those resulting directly from fisheries and those arising from other, ‘natural’ causes. See also Fishing mortality and Natural mortality.
Mortality rates reflect the number of deaths in a given population.
The frequency of births as a component of population change.
The number of fish lost or the rate of loss.
Looking at the death rates caused by a disease. Mortality rate: Calculated by dividing the number of people who have died of a particular cancer during a given period of time by the total population at risk. See also: Age-Adjusted-Mortality-Rate See also: Morbidity
refers to death rate. We often use the term mortality factors, which are factors that cause the death of an animal. Starvation could be a mortality factor.
Another word for death.
The relative incidence of death within a given group.
The number of deaths due to particular causes.
The probability of death of a life or group of lives.
Earthly existence in a body that is subject to death.
Death, the rate of incidence of loss of life. Compare with morbidity.
The condition of being subject to death. When rates are discussed, "death rate" is used to coincide with the National Vital Statistics System data presentations.
percentage of the population which died.
The death rate, measured as the number of deaths per a certain population; may describe the population as a whole, or a specific group within a population (such as infant mortality or in-hospital mortality).
Death or the number of deaths in a given period
Death caused by a particular injury or disease.
The relative incidence of death occurring among a given group of people. Contrast with morbidity.
Death from a particular disease.
The incidence of deaths in a well-defined class of persons. The death rate.
the yearly proportion of deaths to the population.
the number or frequency of deaths in a given time or place.
1. death. 2. in epidemiology, the rate of death in a population.
The ratio of the number of dead animals to the total number of animals in the herd or flock.
The death rate: the ratio of the total number of deaths to the total population.
Death; the mortality rate expresses the number of deaths in a population within a given time and may be expressed as a crude death rate (e.g., total deaths in an entire population in a given year) or as rates for specific diseases or for groups based on age, sex, or other attributes (e.g., number of deaths from cancer in white males in a given year).
Mortality usually means the relative incidence of death in a population â€” for example, the number of people who die of AIDS per 1,000 people in the population. See also morbidity.
The relative incidence of death in proportion to a specific population.
Death, especially of large numbers. Mortality rate – death rate.
The death rate caused by a disease.
Number of deaths that occurred during a defined time, for example, one year.
Death rate. The mortality of WLS is 0.17% or less than 1/5 of 1%. Comparable to a c-section.
Mortality refers to the number of people who have died from cancer and is usually expressed as the number of deaths each year in a specified area (e.g. in Scotland). The mortality rate is the number of people who die from cancer per 100,000 population. Mortality is generally the most reliable source of statistical information on cancer as it is collected from the death certificate which is a legally required document. The drawback is that mortality rates are the result of both incidence and survival rates and mortality rates alone may mask important trends in incidence and survival.
The occurrence of deaths in a population. One of the three basic demographic processes (along with fertility and migration).
the death rate; usually expressed as the number of deaths per 100,000.
rate of death expressed as the number of deaths occurring in a population of given size within a specified time interval (e.g., 265 annual deaths from heart disease per 100,000 U.S. Hispanic women, 1991–1995).
The number of deaths in a population, including overall deaths and comparisons of several types of death.
refers to the rate of species that dies during migration either to or from a fresh water system during the spawning cycle. It is the death rate.
The death rate, or ratio of deaths that take place to expected deaths.
The relative frequency of death, or the death rate, in a community or population.
the rate of occurrence of death within a population within a specified time period; calculation of mortality takes account of age-specific death rates, and can thus yield measures of life expectancy and the extent of premature death
All deaths reported in a given population.
death rate; often given as ratio of deaths per 100,000.
The number of deaths attributed to a particular type of cancer that occurred during the year. Included are deaths of patients diagnosed in earlier years, persons with a new diagnosis during the year, and patients for whom a diagnosis of cancer is made only after death.
The rate of deaths (usually in terms of proportion of the stock dying annually) from various causes.
death rate in a given period
the condition of being subject to death; the ratio of the number of deaths to given group of population.
Death of forest trees as a result of competition, disease, insect damage, drought, wind, fire, and other factors. multiple?use management. Management and use of forest land for more than one purpose. timber composition of the plant cover or the season of grazing.
The death rate for a particular condition.
The frequency with which deaths occur in a population.
Death-rate; ratio of the amount of deaths in proportion to the average population.
The number of deaths attributed to the particular type of cancer that occurred during the year. Includes deaths of patients diagnosed in earlier years and individuals newly diagnosed during the year, as well as patients for whom a diagnosis of cancer is made only after death.
Percentage of Death
A fatal outcome or, in one word, death. The word "mortality" is derived from "mortal" which came from the Latin "mors" (death). The opposite of mortality is, of course, immortality. Mortality is also quite distinct from morbidity (illness). See the entire definition of Mortality
death; relative frequency of death in a population
number of deaths or expected deaths in a population; the death rate.
the number of deaths due to a disease in a specific population over a specific time period.
Pertaining to death
death or the effect of death on a population; ~ rate: number of deaths in a particular area or population per number of people and per unit of time
The death rate; ratio of number of deaths to a given population.
Rate at which organisms are removed from the population; death rate
Death as studied in a given population or subpopulation. The word mortality is often used incorrectly instead of mortality rate IPCS, 1978
The ratio of deaths in an area to the population of that area, within a particular period of time. (The death rate in a population or locality.)
Death. The mortality rate (death rate) expresses the number of deaths in a unit of population within a prescribed time and may be expressed as crude death rates (e.g., total deaths in relation to total population during a year) or as death rates specific for diseases and, sometimes, for age, sex, or other attributes.
Rate of death in the population as a whole or in specific age groups; it is specified by mortality tables.
Trees that were merchantable and have died within a specified period of time. The term mortality can also refer to the rate of death of a species in a given population or community. ( FS People's Glossary of Eco Mgmt Terms)
Refers to the probability of death based on factors such as family history, current health, past illnesses, lifestyle behaviors and age.
Death as a component of population change. Usually measured as the number of deaths per 1,000 people in a given year. Use your browser's back button to return from whence you came.
the rate of death in the population in a given period.
Death. A mortality table shows the incidence of death.
Deaths as a component of population change.
a measure of the rate of death from a disease within a given population.
Table A table showing the incidence of death at specified ages.
Death rate in a population; the probability of dying.
The probability of death of a typical person at various ages in a given group of people.
death late: number of deaths per unit of population (e.g., per 100; 10,000; or 1,000,000) in a specific region, age range, or other group
the number of deaths within a population (see Mortality rate).
An outcome that results in death.
death of an individual in a population.
the number of deaths in a given time or place; the proportion of deaths in a given population
"Technical" word for "death".
The number of deaths resulting from the disease listed as the underlying or primary cause in a year.
The measure of the probability of surviving or dying at each age. Mortality rates usually reflect the actual experience of an insurance company with its insureds, adjusted for expected future changes. The rates may differ from company to company depending on the risks each company accepts.
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