Definition of Traits. Meaning of Traits. Synonyms of Traits

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Definition of Traits

Trait
Trait Trait, n. [F., fr. L. tractus, fr. trahere to draw. See Trace, v., and cf. Tract a region, Trace a strap, Tret.] 1. A stroke; a touch. By this single trait Homer makes an essential difference between the Iliad and Odyssey. --Broome. 2. A distinguishing or marked feature; a peculiarity; as, a trait of character. Note: Formerly pronounced tr[=a], as in French, and still so pronounced to some extent in England.

Meaning of Traits from wikipedia

- Look up trait or traits in Wiktionary, the free dictionary. Trait may refer to: Phenotypic trait in biology, which involve genes and characteristics of...
- measurement of traits, which can be defined as habitual patterns of behavior, thought, and emotion. According to this perspective, traits are aspects of...
- organism, including traits at multiple levels of biological organization, ranging from behavior and evolutionary history of life traits (e.g., litter size)...
- four sub-traits: three traits that are similar to the previously described traits of temperament – activity, sociability, shyness, and the trait of dominance...
- QTLs underlie continuous traits (those traits which vary continuously, e.g. height) as opposed to discrete traits (traits that have two or several character...
- core personality traits that significantly contribute to their success. Understanding the importance of these core personality traits that predict leader...
- blend of traits from their parents. Mendel's work provided examples where traits were definitely not blended after hybridization, showing that traits are produced...
- Mendelian traits in humans are human traits that are substantially influenced by Mendelian inheritance. Most – if not all – Mendelian traits are also influenced...
- Complex traits, also known as quantitative traits, are traits that do not behave according to simple Mendelian inheritance laws. More specifically, their...
- International classification of Diseases (ICD-11). CU traits, as measured by the Inventory of Callous-Unemotional Traits (ICU), are in three categories: callous (reflecting...