nonadditive

nonadditive

(ˌnɒnˈædɪtɪv)
adj
(Genetics) genetics (of a genetic effect) not additive
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Because spatial large rotations are physically nonadditive, an improper discretization of spatial rotations may lead to nonobjectivity of strain measures [1].
Under the scheme of belief functions, we are squarely in the realm of nonadditive measures.
Diallel analyses can be used to estimate the effects of general combining ability (GCA), which provide information on the concentration of alleles of additive effect, and the effects of the specific combining ability (SCA), which highlight the importance of alleles that exhibit nonadditive effects or are predominantly involved in dominance or epistasis (CRUZ et al.
Component b' was also significant for all the four characters indicating that the dominance gene effects were important explaining additive x nonadditive and nonadditive x nonadditive gene effects interaction for these characters.
Genetic variation and prediction of additive and nonadditive genetic effects for six carcass traits in an Angus-Brahman multibreed herd.
De Marco A, Meola A, Maisto G, Giordano M, De Santo AV (2011) Nonadditive effects of litter mixtures on decomposition of leaf litters in a Mediterranean maquis.
Some of the solutions obtained are related to nonadditive entropies of degree a and of type ([alpha], [beta]).
Job satisfaction and psychological well-being as nonadditive predictors of workplace turnover.
Besides the direct and indirect effects of environments, the traits of fitness are mainly affected by genetic factors, which are composed of both additive and nonadditive actions.
Boone and Bridges-Britton (2006) suggested that nonadditive results may be due to chemicals that show different modes of action.
As a proof of concept, we use empirical results on the wage-risk trade-off to calibrate both the additive and nonadditive models.
For the nonadditive three-body potential of helium, we use the FCI potential of Cencek et al.