Definition of Segregating. Meaning of Segregating. Synonyms of Segregating

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Definition of Segregating

Segregating
Segregate Seg"re*gate, v. t. [imp. & p. p. Segregated; p. pr. & vb. n. Segregating.] To separate from others; to set apart. They are still segregated, Christians from Christians, under odious designations. --I. Taylor.

Meaning of Segregating from wikipedia

- In taxonomy, a segregate, or a segregate taxon is created when a taxon is split off from another taxon. This other taxon will be better known, usually...
- Segregating sites are positions which show differences (polymorphisms) between related genes in a sequence alignment (are not conserved). Segregating...
- heterozygote). Mendel hypothesized that allele pairs separate randomly, or segregate, from each other during the production of the gametes in the seed plant...
- Administrative **** segregation involves public and government institutions segregating by **** in their operating capacity, rather than as the result of a formal...
- In biology, culling is the process of segregating organisms from a group according to desired or undesired characteristics. In animal breeding, it is...
- of a material Particle segregation, tendency of particulate solids to segregate by size, density, shape, and other properties Magnetic-activated cell...
- diversity: the mean number of pairwise differences and the number of segregating sites, each scaled so that they are expected to be the same in a neutrally...
- Although international scientific vocabulary is not stringent about segregating combining forms of different languages, it is advisable when coining...
- model does not include outside factors that place pressure on agents to segregate such as Jim Crow laws in the United States, but Sc****ing's work does...
- logic, an ω-consistent (or omega-consistent, also called numerically segregative) theory is a theory (collection of sentences) that is not only (syntactically)...
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