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unipotent

 [u-nip´o-tent] (unipotential [u″nĭ-po-ten´shal]) having only one power, as giving rise to cells of one order only.

u·ni·po·tent

(yū'ni-pō'tĕnt),
Referring to those cells that produce a single type of daughter cell; for example, a unipotent stem cell. Compare: pluripotent cells.

unipotent

(yo͞o-nĭp′ə-tənt)
adj.
Capable of developing into only one type of cell or tissue.
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In particular, if U is the unipotent radical of a parabolic subgroup of [O.sub.n]([F.sub.q]) then U = U[O.sub.n]([F.sub.q]) [intersection] [U.sub.P] for some symmetric poset P.
The product [U.sub.s]L = [G.sub.s] is semi direct with [U.sub.s] [??] [G.sub.s]- The unipotent radical [U.sub.s] acts regularly on the set of direct sums [S.sub.1] [direct sum] [S.sub.2] as above (whence on the set of Levi complements).
The unipotent radical [U.sub.s] acts trivially on each of S, [S.sup.[perpendicular to]]/[S.sub.s] and V/[S.sup.[perpendicular to]].
Given a Borel subgroup B ofG, let U be its unipotent radical. Then U stabilizes at least one maximal flag 0 = [S.sub.0] [subset] [S.sub.1] [subset] [S.sub.2] [subset] ...
If [omega] denotes such a subgroup, then [omega] = UP where U is the unipotent radical of [G.sup.*], and P is a maximal reductive analytic subgroup of G.
split) over k(v) for all places v of k and that k has at least one discrete valuation if G has non-trivial unipotent radical. Then G is also quasi-split (resp.