noncrossover

noncrossover

(ˌnɒnˈkrɒsəʊvə)
n
(Genetics) genetics a chromosome that has not crossed over during meiosis
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This was a prospective, randomized, single-blind (patient-blinded) parallel-group, noncrossover, two-limb study.
The size 1 Proseal laryngeal mask airway in infants: A randomized, noncrossover study with the classic T laryngeal mask airway.
Most of these procedures, however, fail to distinguish between significant crossover and noncrossover (usual) interactions (Baker, 1990).
At the same time, falsetto's very independence from disco - its "legitimate" origins in nondisco, noncrossover musical traditions - make it the best alien voice by which to hear and reexamine disco's own contradictory impulses toward anonymity and self-display, liberation and self-distortion.
Aside from inpatient hospital services, the types of post-surgical care most likely to occur among noncrossover Medicaid recipients are physician (ambulatory) services and prescription drugs.
2002) noted that if the site PC1 scores from the SREG model have the same sign, then PC1 presents a noncrossover GL interaction.
The interactions were noncrossover because the ranking of PPD remained constant across BKG (Baker, 1988).
05) suggesting that qualitative or crossover G x E was more predominant than quantitative or noncrossover G x E (Baker, 1990) in the testcross populations.
1), if the primary effects of sites from the SREG model are all of the same sign as it was in the present study (Table 4), PC1 presents a noncrossover GE interaction.
2] biplot represents the graph of the interaction variation due to noncrossover interaction (PCI) vs.
Each of the models used by Crossa and Cornelius (1997) has a single multiplicative term and is a noncrossover model if all the primary environmental effects in the multiplicative term are of the same sign.