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A line in a geographic region that joins all points at which in a population there is the same average frequency for the various alleles at a genetic locus.
See also: cline.
[iso- + G. klinō, to slope]
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The dark cross in the middle is the 0 deg isoclinic. The intensity of light in a plane crossed polariscope [I.sub.[perpendicular to]] is expressed as [11]
This was because the isoclinic angle, x, in the fringe measurements becomes too broad and diffuse at higher rates to be measured.
Gonzalez, "Separation of Isoclinics And Isochromatics from Photoelastic Data with A Regularized Phase-Tracking Technique".