Allelic gene

allelic gene

allelic gene n.

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  • Allelism

    any of several forms of a gene, usually arising through mutation, that are responsible for hereditary variation. noun any of two or more variants of a gene that have the same relative position on h-m-logous chromosomes and are responsible for alternative characteristics, such as smooth or wrinkled seeds in peas also called allelomorph (əˈliːləˌmɔːf) see […]

  • Allelomorph

    . historical examples when this mutant first appeared its similarity to arc led us to suspect that it might be arc itself or an allelomorph of arc. s-x-linked inheritance in drosophila thomas hunt morgan in the fifth figure (e) the color of the darkest fly is due to a factor called ebony, which is an […]

  • Allelotaxis

    allelotaxis allelotaxis al·le·lo·tax·is (ə-lē’lə-tāk’sĭs, ə-lěl’ə-) or al·le·lo·tax·y (ə-lē’lə-tāk’sē, ə-lěl’ə-) n. development of an organ or part from several different embryonic structures or tissues.

  • Alleluia

    praise ye the lord; hallelujah. a song of praise to g-d. interjection praise the lord! used more commonly in liturgical contexts in place of hallelujah noun a song of praise to g-d late 14c., from latin alleluja, from greek allelouia, from hebrew hallelu-yah “praise jehovah” (see hallelujah). the greek form (rev. 19:1, 3, 4, 6) […]

  • Allemande

    a 17th- and 18th-century dance in slow duple time. a piece of music based on its rhythm, often following the prelude in the cl-ssical suite. a figure performed in a quadrille. a german folk dance in triple meter, similar to the ländler. historical examples the first movement is practically of the allemande type, and its […]

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