colinear


Also found in: Thesaurus, Medical, Encyclopedia, Wikipedia.

co·lin·e·ar

 (kō-lĭn′ē-ər)
adj.
1. Collinear.
2. Genetics
a. Characterized by correspondence between the linear sequence of nucleotides in a gene and the linear sequence of amino acids in the protein coded for by that gene.
b. Characterized by correspondence between the linear sequence of genes in a chromosome and another spatial or temporal sequence, such as the order of expression of the genes.

co·lin′e·ar′i·ty (-ăr′ĭ-tē) n.

col•lin•e•ar

(kəˈlɪn i ər, koʊ-)

adj.
lying in the same straight line.
[1720–30]
col•lin`e•ar′i•ty, n.
col•lin′e•ar•ly, adv.
Translations
References in periodicals archive ?
It is a 50% overlap colinear frontal impact in which both the MPDB and the vehicle are moving against each other with a fixed initial speed of 50 kph (31 mph).
This implies that the distributions of education expectations of parents and student peers are not random with respect to ethnic origin; they are to some extent colinear.
Both MMEs and felsic samples show colinear variation in the Harker diagrams, suggesting that the host granites and MMs/dykes are possibly variably differentiated products of the same parent magma which derived from mixing melts of lithospheric mantle and crustal components.
Segundo Gujarati (2006), o valor VIF limite para estabelecer que uma variavel nao seja colinear e igual a 4, e, se esse valor for superior a 10, a variavel pode ser considerada altamente colinear.
CRAE, mean tortuosity, VB, and age) change their sign from the full model to the reduced model, resulting in some degree of uncertainty for the interpretation of the full model with highly colinear predictors.
PBS is a flexible polymer where all possible internal rotations occur about covalent bonds in the main chain, so that the local motions probably consist, as explained before, of internal rotations in very small and independent segments of the main chain, or some crankshaft-like rotations about two colinear chain bonds.
If all volumes of a journal were made openly accessible after the same embargo period, the open-access indicator would be completely colinear with the volume's age.
A variavel posse de carro foi excluida do modelo por ser uma variavel colinear a variavel renda mensal familiar, sendo esta mantida por apresentar associacao mais forte.
Balsley, "Improved theoretical and experimental models for the coaxial colinear antenna," IEEE Trans.
With respect to the emission mechanism, the radiation is distinguished between two types: (a) Bremsstrahlung, coming from the component of the acceleration colinear with the particle velocity, and therefore relevant to the ballistic part of the motion, (b) Cyclotron, coming from the acceleration component perpendicular to the velocity, and therefore connected to the rotating part of the motion.
Although the sequence of the DhbEBF modules is colinear to the sequence of the product even then some domains need further attention.