Dominance  

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Etymology

Ultimately, from Latin domus (“house”)

Dominance may refer to:

Social relationships

Biology

  • Dominance (ethology), in animal behaviour and anthropology, the level of social status relative to other individuals
  • Dominance (ecology), the degree of predominance of one or a few species in an ecological community
  • Dominance (genetics), a relationship between the effects of different versions of a gene

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