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colinear

(kō-lĭn′ē-ər)
adj.
1. Containing elements that correspond to one another and that are arranged in the same linear sequence.
2. Collinear.

co·lin′e·ar′i·ty (-ăr′ĭ-tē) n.
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In addition to syntenic genes that are found in colinear blocks of conserved genes, nonsyntenic genes that are found outside their syntenic location in other genomes also provide valuable insight into genome evolution and speciation.
Therefore stepwise regression was applied to determine which model would be the most colinear to the other models and significantly correlated with the losses.
then f is an atom of the Wilson orthonormal basis if and only if the points (0, 0), [??][[??]f](t, [omega]), [??][[??]f](t, [omega]) are colinear for almost all (t, [omega]) [member of] [0, [1/2]) x [0, 1).
aestivum physical maps were colinear. However, the discrepancy in the order of five markers on the 3D of Ae.
(27) One concern in estimating Equation (5) is that [S.sup.q.sub.i] and [S.sup.q.sub.ki] may be highly colinear making it difficult to separately identify [[beta].sub.1] and [[beta].sub.2].
WEPH-1: Compact Colinear End-launcher for Rectangular Waveguides
Both the force platform and visual enclosure could be rotated about an axis colinear with the ankle joints, in direct proportion to anteroposterior sway, to manipulate visual and somatosensory information giving inaccurate orientation information.
Small bransonid with prominent rostrum; rostral face produced, convex; rostrum and hinge axis not colinear with rostrum angled dorsally at 27 degrees; inner shell layer with relatively coarse costae; outer shell layer missing except for rostra[ face fragment showing fine comarginal lirae; anterior portion of shell incomplete: ventral gape not visible.
Fifth is the addition of a four-axis alignment device to ensure the drive system and the measurement system are colinear. Sixth, a separate temperature sensor accurately measures the sample temperature, particularly in shear mode.
Originals: acrolein, arecolin, Caroline, Colerain, colinear, coraline (OED), Cornelia, creolian, encorial, lonicera, Naclerio (London telephone directory 1967), oil crane (Web3), relacion.
Factor analysis was used to sort out and create i ndices of colinear variables, in order to enhance modeling of the hypotheses.
By calculating the bearings of three colinear landmarks, the MINDART can resolve their global x, y, and [phi] coordinates in roughly five seconds.