Definition of Homotypical. Meaning of Homotypical. Synonyms of Homotypical

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Definition of Homotypical

Homotypical
Homotypic Ho`mo*typ"ic, Homotypical Ho`mo*typ"ic*al, a. (Biol.) Same as Homotypal.

Meaning of Homotypical from wikipedia

- relationship would be reversed and Picea abies would become a homotypic synonym of Pinus abies. A homotypic synonym need not share an epithet or name with the correct...
- Platostoma hispidum is a species of flowering plant in the mint family, Lamiaceae. It is found in Kashmir to Nepal, Bhutan, Western Ghats, Indo-China,and...
- barking is almost exclusively used for giving warnings. Warn-barking in a homotypical sequence and a kind of "warn-howling" in a heterotypical sequence have...
- continuity), while others will develop similar types of problems (homotypic continuity). While homotypic continuity of emotional and behavioural problems tends to...
- neocortex is relatively uniform (hence the alternative names "iso-" and "homotypic" cortex), consisting of six horizontal layers segregated prin****lly by...
- Scenedesmus dimorphus is a freshwater unicellular green algae in the cl**** Chlorophyceae. The name means "having two forms". Achnanthes dimorpha Turpin...
- transcription factors do not work alone. Many large TF families form complex homotypic or heterotypic interactions through dimerization. For gene transcription...
- the same nomenclatural type (ATCC 13048) on the Approved Lists and are homotypic synonyms, with consequences for the name Klebsiella mobilis Bascomb et...
- speed in the cell culture experiments can have an effect on the extent of homotypic specificity. In addition, several groups have observed heterotypic binding...
- barking is almost exclusively used for giving warnings. Warn-barking in a homotypical sequence and a kind of "warn-howling" in a heterotypical sequence has...
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