Dictionary of Human Evolution and Biology

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Matrix

1. in biology, the nonliving ground substance between connective tissue cells; this includes the fluid portion of blood.

2. in mathematics, a rectangular array of m rows each containing numbers or elements arranged in n columns; a two-dimensional array; an m n matrix; trellis diagram.

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