Definition of Loci. Meaning of Loci. Synonyms of Loci

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Definition of Loci

Loci
Locus Lo"cus, n.; pl. Loci, & Loca. [L., place. Cf. Allow, Couch, Lieu, Local.] 1. A place; a locality. 2. (Math.) The line traced by a point which varies its position according to some determinate law; the surface described by a point or line that moves according to a given law. Plane locus, a locus that is a straight line, or a circle. Solid locus, a locus that is one of the conic sections.

Meaning of Loci from wikipedia

- Locus (plural loci) is Latin for "place". It may refer to: Locus (comics), a Marvel Comics mutant villainess, a member of the Mutant Liberation Front Locus...
- The method of loci (loci being Latin for "places") is a strategy of memory enhancement which uses visualizations of familiar spatial environments in order...
- In genetics, a locus (plural loci) is a specific, fixed position on a chromosome where a particular gene or genetic marker is located. Each chromosome...
- In classical Roman religion, a genius loci (plural genii locorum) was the protective spirit of a place. It was often depicted in religious iconography...
- loci actus Lex loci arbitri Lex loci celebrationis Lex loci contractus Lex loci delicti commissi Lex loci protectionis (Schutzlandprinzip) Lex loci rei...
- Jurisdiction (from Latin juris 'law' + dictio 'declaration') is the legal term for the authority granted to a legal entity to enact justice. Colloquially...
- Genius Loci is a 2020 French animated short film by Adrien Merigeau. Renee, a young loner, sees a mythical oneness beneath the urban chaos one night. In...
- knowing whether a phenotype is shaped by many independent loci, or by a few loci, and do those loci interact. This can provide information on how the phenotype...
- Loci Theologici was a term applied by Melanchthon to Protestant systems of dogmatics and retained by many as late as the seventeenth century. The word...
- involved loci Monogenetic (also called "simple") – one locus Oligogenic – few loci Polygenetic – many loci 2. Involved chromosomes Autosomalloci are not...