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mon·o·ge·net·ic

(mon'ō-jĕ-net'ik),
Relating to monogenesis.
Synonym(s): monoxenous

monogenetic

(mŏn′ə-jə-nĕt′ĭk)
adj.
1. Relating to or exhibiting monogenesis.
2. Having a single host through the course of the life cycle.

mon·o·ge·net·ic

(mon'ō-jĕ-net'ik)
Relating to monogenesis.
Synonym(s): monoxenous.
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Monogenetic volcanoes are generally small and erupt only once.
2012, Reconstruction of the Landeskrone Scoria Cone in the Lusatian Volcanic Field, Eastern Germany--Insights on a large sized monogenetic volcano, long-lasting degradation of volcanic edifices and implications for the landscape evolution.
Through his character, the film stages one of the nineteenth-century debates over racial difference, the monogenetic versus polygenetic argument.
Petrochemistry and genesis of olivine basalts from small monogenetic parasitic cones of Bazman stratovolcano, Makran arc, southeastern Iran.
The optimal individual monogenetic algorithm (OIMGA) is treated, which includes global and local searches with hierarchical structure.
2007) are examples of monogenetic insults that disrupt all three domains.
Monogenetic mental retardation is subcategorized as either X-linked or autosomal (on the basis of responsible gene bearing chromosome) or recessive and dominant (on the basis of mode ofinheritance).
Thalassemia syndromes are the most common monogenetic disorders in human which were described in detail.
That said, monogenetic links such as mutations in the ion transporters are of primarily research interest to identify potential drug therapies, and can also corroborate dietary recommendations.
2) Cancers, however, are not simple monogenetic diseases, but are instead characterized by combinations of genetic alterations that can differ among individuals.
Cerebral autosomal dominant arteriopathy with subcortical infarcts and leukoencephalopathy (CADASIL) is the cause of a monogenetic small-vessel disease of the brain.
Francisco Ayala and others have argued that recent genetic evidence shows that the origins of the human race cannot be monogenetic, as the Church has traditionally taught.