segregation analysis

seg·re·ga·tion a·nal·y·sis

in genetics, the enumeration of progeny according to distinct and mutually exclusive phenotypes; used as a test of a putative pattern of inheritance, for example, mendelian, dominant autosomal, epistatic, age-dependent.

seg·re·ga·tion a·nal·y·sis

(seg'rĕ-gā'shŭn ă-nal'i-sis)
genetics The enumeration of progeny according to distinct and mutually exclusive phenotypes; used as a test of a putative pattern of inheritance (e.g., mendelian, dominant autosomal, epistatic, age dependent).
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Fifteen years is a good benchmark for how far back to consider a cost segregation analysis on a property in mid-ownership.
The Internal Revenue Service states, when using a cost segregation analysis, companies may deduct 100% of the depreciation they were legally entitled to but did not claim due to the original classifications in the year of the change.
In addition, 60 scallops with unambiguously bright-orange or brownish purple shell color were selected randomly from a seafood market for segregation analysis of the putative color-linked marker.
Sequential segregation analysis Runs test (RT; Barton and David, 1958) was performed as described by Upton and Fingleton (1985) to test for significant segregation of 1) sublegal-size relative to legal-size halibut; 2) known males relative to females and individuals of unknown sex; and 3) known females relative to males and individuals of unknown sex.
Segregation analysis using pedigreed animal populations is impossible by analytical approaches due to the existence of many (inbreeding) loops and due to the family sizes, which do not allow to sum and integrate out genotypes and polygenic effects from the likelihood or posterior density.
Complex segregation analysis provides compelling evidence for a major gene underlying obsessive-compulsive disorder and for heterogeneity by sex.
In order to do this, one must hire an experienced engineer who should have a well-rounded understanding of construction finance, to produce a cost segregation analysis that identifies and classifies personal property assets so that depreciation time is dramatically truncated thus reducing one's tax obligations.
With a cost segregation analysis, on the other hand, taxpayers can benefit from larger depreciation deductions, which can increase cash flow and also lower capital costs.
Attend this seminar and understand the process of a cost segregation analysis and how it interrelates to other real estate tax strategies, and learn how to use cost segregation as a tax-planning tool.
A cost segregation analysis, when reflected on depreciation schedules, reduces taxable income now and also defers taxes on capital gain amounts until the community is sold.
This evidence suggests that, particularly in familial cases in which haplotype segregation analysis does not exclude the ATRX gene as disease locus, mutational screening should be enlarged to cover a broad spectrum of X-linked mental retardation phenotypes.