Definition of Monogenetic. Meaning of Monogenetic. Synonyms of Monogenetic

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Definition of Monogenetic

Monogenetic
Monogenetic Mon`o*ge*net"ic, a. [See Monogenesis.] 1. (Geol.) One in genesis; resulting from one process of formation; -- used of a mountain range. --Dana. 2. (Biol.) Relating to, or involving, monogenesis; as, the monogenetic school of physiologists, who admit but one cell as the source of all beings.

Meaning of Monogenetic from wikipedia

- Monogenetic may refer to: Monogenetic in biology, of or pertaining to monogenesis (Mendelian inheritance) Monogenetic volcanic field in geology, a cluster...
- Punchbowl Crater and some cinder cones on Mauna Kea are monogenetic cinder cones. Monogenetic eruptions can last for more than 10 years.[citation needed]...
- A monogenetic volcanic field is a type of volcanic field consisting of a group of small monogenetic volcanoes, each of which erupts only once, as opposed...
- the same mechanisms as any other languages (e.g. DeGraff 2001). The monogenetic theory of pidgins and creoles hypothesizes that they are all derived...
- tuff cones and tuff rings. Both of the landforms are ****ociated with monogenetic volcanoes and polygenetic volcanoes. In the case of polygenetic volcanoes...
- According to the theory of monogenesis in its most radical form, all pidgins and creole languages of the world can be ultimately traced back to one linguistic...
- not amenable to analysis in historical linguistics. It presupposes a monogenetic origin of language, i.e. the derivation of all natural languages from...
- The Auckland volcanic field is an area of monogenetic volcanoes covered by much of the metropolitan area of Auckland, New Zealand's largest city, located...
- underlying lava flow than shield volcanoes, but their fissure vents and monogenetic volcanic fields (volcanic cones) also have more powerful eruptions because...
- to each other. A tuff cone, sometimes called an ash cone, is a small monogenetic volcanic cone produced by phreatic (hydrovolcanic) explosions directly...
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