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Central factor implies normalCentral factor (2)
Normal subgroup (2)
Central factor implies transitively normalCentral factor (2)
Transitively normal subgroup (2)
Central factor is centralizer-closedCentral factor (1)
Centralizer-closed subgroup property (2)
Centralizer (?)
Central factor is not finite-intersection-closedIntersection-closed subgroup property (?)
Central factor (1)
Finite-intersection-closed subgroup property (2)
Central factor is not finite-join-closedJoin-closed subgroup property (?)
Central factor (1)
Finite-join-closed subgroup property (2)
Central factor is not quotient-transitiveMaximal among abelian normal implies self-centralizing in nilpotentCentral factor (1)
Quotient-transitive subgroup property (2)
Central factor is transitiveCentral factor (1)
Transitive subgroup property (2)
Central factor is upper join-closedCentral factor (1)
Upper join-closed subgroup property (2)
Central factor not implies direct factorCentral factor (2)
Direct factor (2)
Central factor satisfies image conditionCentral factor (1)
Image condition (2)
Central factor satisfies intermediate subgroup conditionCentral factor (1)
Intermediate subgroup condition (2)
Characteristic central factor of WNSCDIN implies WNSCDINCharacteristic of normal implies normalComposition operator (?)
Characteristic central factor (?)
WNSCDIN-subgroup (?)
Characteristic central factor (2)
Left-transitively WNSCDIN-subgroup (2)
Characteristic subgroup (?)
Central factor (?)
Cocentral implies central factorCocentral subgroup (2)
Central factor (2)
Conjugacy-closed normal not implies central factorConjugacy-closed normal subgroup (2)
Central factor (2)
Conjugacy-closed subgroup of ambivalent group is ambivalentConjugacy-closed subgroup (?)
Ambivalent group (?)
Conjugacy-closed normal subgroup (?)
Central factor (?)
Retract (?)
Direct factor (?)
Direct factor implies central factorInternal direct product implies internal central productDirect factor (2)
Central factor (2)
Image-potentially direct factor equals central factorCentral factor (1)
Induced class function from conjugacy-closed normal subgroup is index of subgroup times class function inside the subgroup and zero outside the subgroupConjugacy-closed normal subgroup (?)
Class function (?)
Induced class function (?)
Index of a subgroup (?)
Direct factor (?)
Central factor (?)
Join of finitely many direct factors implies central factorTrivial subgroup is central factor
Direct factor implies join-transitively central factor
Join of finitely many direct factors (2)
Central factor (2)
Locally inner automorphism-balanced not implies central factorFinitary symmetric group is locally inner automorphism-balanced in symmetric group
Finitary symmetric group is centralizer-free in symmetric group
Restricted direct product is locally inner automorphism-balanced in unrestricted direct product
Locally inner automorphism (2)
Central factor (2)
Maximal implies central factor or self-centralizingMaximal subgroup (?)
Central factor (?)
Self-centralizing subgroup (?)
Normal not implies central factorNormal subgroup (2)
Central factor (2)
Transitively normal not implies central factorTransitively normal subgroup (2)
Central factor (2)