unilocal

u·ni·lo·cal

(yū'ni-lō'kăl),
Strictly, denoting a trait in which the genetic component is contributed exclusively by one locus; in practice, any trait in which the contribution from one locus is so large that the data are readily interpreted as mendelian.
Farlex Partner Medical Dictionary © Farlex 2012

u·ni·lo·cal

(yū'ni-lō'kăl)
Strictly, denoting a trait in which the genetic component is contributed exclusively by one locus; in practice, any trait in which the contribution from one locus is so large that the data are readily interpreted as mendelian.
Medical Dictionary for the Health Professions and Nursing © Farlex 2012
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Barisani-Asenbauer, "Semicircular tumor of the iris and uveitis as unilocal manifestation of sarcoidosis," Ocular Immunology and Inflammation, vol.
Solo es asunto de denominacion, porque en este ultimo caso lo que se afirma es que la labor etnografica no debe entenderse solo en terminos de la puesta en escena convencional de la etnografia unilocal cuando el objeto de estudio es la formacion cultural producida en diferentes lugares; y no necesariamente bajo las condiciones de un grupo particular de sujetos.