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.

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.
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