centimorgan

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centimorgan

(ˈsɛntɪˌmɔːɡən)
n
(Genetics) genetics a unit of chromosome length, used in genetic mapping, equal to the length of chromosome over which crossing over occurs with 1 per cent frequency
[C20: named after Thomas Hunt Morgan (1866–1945), US biologist]
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centimorgan
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In this, the soil-landscape subsystem map unit became the primary analysis framework.
To create a regional map, each map unit was scored with the SAGBI value using the soil component that comprised the largest percentage of the map unit area.
These indefinite depictions of the spatial movement of language do not have the same construction issues with map unit choice, boundary depiction, or showing linguistic diversity as do nondiffusion language maps.
Determined groups of sample plots (mapping units) Division level Determined groups Sample plots First division Site A Map unit 25-32, 44, 45, 89, 95, 97-100, 103-107 Site B 1-24, 33-13, 46-88, 90-94, 96, 101, 102 Second division Site B.
On each map unit, a window area 300m by 250m (Blocks A, B, and C) was established and sampling points were selected on a 50-m grid (Fig.
Areas of canebrake according to soil map unit, based on General Land Office Plat maps.
Soil and erosion information was obtained from respective GIS layers (SSURGO data layers) for each LTA map unit.
At the category level, the geological term attached to a unit or structural feature may even turn out to be incorrect; yet at the detection level, the identified feature may correspond to a hitherto unrecognized map unit or structure that can be targeted for follow-up fieldwork.
A map unit of an area-class map is a set of delineations that arc supposed to have the same soils/properties except for their geographic position (Rossiter 2000).
Correct Rejections: the participant correctly identifies that a map unit has not changed during a scene transition.
Leahy S (1993) 'Atlas of Australian soils: Combined map unit descriptions.
Global Digital Map Unit built by Israel's Elbit Systems will enhance tactical operations and provide far more data to the crew.