retroposed

retroposed

 [ret″ro-pōzd´]
displaced backward.

ret·ro·posed

(ret'rō-pōzd),
Denoting retroposition.
[retro- + L. pono, pp. positus, to place]

retroposed

/ret·ro·posed/ (-pōzd´) displaced backward.

ret·ro·posed

(ret'rō-pōzd)
Denoting retroposition.
[retro- + L. pono, pp. positus, to place]

retroposed

displaced backward.
References in periodicals archive ?
Although most retroposition events result in non-functional duplicates (called pseudogenes), in rare cases, retroposed genes, like Rps23r1, can become functional.
Kim, "Rapid Evolution of a Recently Retroposed Transcription Factor YY2 in Mammalian Genomes," Genomics 87 (2006): 348-55; J.
Another type of genetic analysis involves the use of retroposed genetic elements (retroposons; reviewed in Deininger and Batzer 1993).