Jury selection I think the process is called Voir Dire [pronounced vwah-deer]/
a random sample
the process is called an DIRECTIONAL selection.
e control group
There is a small process called trial, if you are able to clear that trial you'll be selected.
This is called a random sample.
I believe the process is called "swagging out" Sorry if I'm wrong.
population is usually determined by a process called census
This is called a climax community.
The process of setting up new district lines after reappointment has been completed is called Redistricting. The process of reassigning representation based on population after every census is called Reappointment.
This type of natural selection is called stabilizing selection because the mean traits of the population are being selected for against the immediate environment.
The laboratory process used to copy specific segments of DNA is called the Polymerase Chain Reaction (or PCR)
it is an evolutionary process called adaptation when the population becomes better suited to their habitat.
Sounds like directional selection.
The process you are referring to is called "drilling an entry". Hope this helps :)
the process of chosing Jews to go to camps was called deportation. Any time that a person was selected from a group, either to die or to join a work group was called a 'selection'. The process on arrival at Auschwitz-Birkenau, the one camp that was an extermination centre and a concentration camp, where very often a sizeable proportion of the arrivals (like up to 30%) might be selected for work details, is generally know as 'selection'. But similar 'selections' happened almost daily where at rollcall the Germans would select those who looked less able to work for execution.
Breeds are groups with even narrower genetic diversity within a species. Traits are selected for artificially, mimicking what natural selection does in the wild, a process called "breeding".
Sex selection. In sex selection, certain traits (like size) are selected not by the environment, but by social interactions and mating patterns.