monogenic definition

  • adjective:
    • Of or regarding monogenesis; monogenetic.
    • regarding monogenism.
    • Of or controlled by one gene or among a set of allelic genes.
    • yielding offspring of only one intercourse, as some species of aphids.
    • of or concerning monogenesis or even to monogenism
    • controlled by one gene
    • producing offspring of only 1 sex
    • having one derivative at a place
    • Of or pertaining to monogenesis.
    • Producing only one type of germs, or younger; building just in one single means.
    • of or concerning an inheritable personality this is certainly controlled by just one pair of genes
  • noun:
    • A derivative of a monogenic function
  • others:
    • Same as monogenous.
    • In chem., incorporating with an element in mere one form; forming only 1 element with a monovalent element.
    • identical to monogenetic.
    • In petrography, noting a fragmental rock, conglomerate or breccia, whose fragments or parts are of one form of stone.
    • Having a univocal by-product: the higher and today acknowledged kind for monogeneous, 2, and monogenous, 3.

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