allogroup

al·lo·group

(al'ō-grūp),
A term formerly used to denote a haplotype composed of closely linked allotypic markers.

allogroup

/al·lo·group/ (-grldbomacp) an allotype linkage group, especially of allotypes for the four IgG subclasses, which are closely linked and inherited as a unit.

allogroup

A haplotype composed of closely linked genes.
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The log is characterized by deformational (SDI and SD2) and depositional (Sq2) sequences, including fining upward cycles belonging to the Bom Jardim Allogroup.