# Translation of vector in Spanish:

## vector, n.SpanishLatin American Spanish

### noun

• 1

Aviation Mathematics
vector masculine
(sum/product) (before noun) vectorial
• For matrix multiplication, vectors without superscript are treated as columns and vectors with the T superscript as rows.
• One strength of the presentation is the emphasis on the dual views of a linear system as intersecting planes and as combinations of column vectors.
• A PC is a vector quantified by a direction and a length.
• In contrast, the electric field is a vector quantity (meaning it has both a magnitude and a direction).
• We adapt the general matrix multiplication formula to, where the vertex vectors consist only of column 0 and the second subscript refers to the row entry of the vector.
• This is the result of multiplying the matrix times the column vector, Wp, of original probabilities.
• Angular momentum is a vector quantity, meaning it has both magnitude and direction, and can be described by three components (in three dimensions).
• A vector quantity has magnitude and direction.
• A data matrix having 21 column vectors with 86,000 grid points each can be generated from difference maps and decomposed in ~ 0.5 min.
• Several morphological differences are demonstrated by the size and direction of the vectors that indicate the position of the landmarks of the target specimen in relation to the base specimen.
• 2

Biology
vector masculine
• The publication of this monograph on the mosquitoes in the seven northeastern States, and particularly of known and potential vectors of human disease, is therefore welcome.
• Infectious diseases spread through vectors and vehicles
• Foxes are known vectors for rabies and can transmit the disease to humans and other animals.
• Species within the Proteaceae utilize a variety of animal vectors (mammals, insects and birds) to disperse pollen.
• The Lone Star and Ixodes ticks are the vectors for this disease.
• Migratory songbirds play an important role in their environment and can for example be important disease vectors.
• Programs to rid cities of mosquitoes that spread West Nile virus or fleas, ticks, and lice that are vectors of disease may be worthwhile, she said.
• Surface water harbours pathogens and the insect vectors of infectious diseases.
• Instead of killing the insect vectors of diseases, the Nazis tried to kill the human hosts of the pathogens.
• There is no evidence implicating an insect vector in the transmission of HIV.
• The bacteria are transmitted primarily by insect vectors, citrus psyllids, and through infected planting materials.
• They played an important role as intermediate hosts or vectors of pathogens causing diseases to man and pet animals.
• Movement of animals and disease vectors is perhaps one of the most common causes of disease emergence globally.
• Activities in remote areas increase the chance of exposure to insect vectors and fresh-water lakes and streams that may harbor schistosomes or leptospires.
• Now, in the 21st century, our researchers are still studying the relationships between animal hosts, insect and arthropod vectors, and disease agents.
• Dogs are still one of the primary vectors for transmitting rabies to humans in undeveloped parts of the world.
• Insecticides kill insect defoliators and vectors of deadly human diseases such as malaria, yellow fever, plague, and typhus.
• While studies have shown that HIV can survive on bedbugs' mouthparts for up to an hour, the insects are not known to be vectors for disease.
• The body louse, Pediculus humanus corporis, is a vector of epidemic typhus, trench fever, and relapsing fever.
• This tick is also a vector of Rocky Mountain spotted fever, a rickettsial disease of man.