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Synonyms for linkage

Synonyms for linkage

an associative relation

(genetics) traits that tend to be inherited together as a consequence of an association between their genes

a mechanical system of rods or springs or pivots that transmits power or motion

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the act of linking things together

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Third generation" chemistries, represented by the oligonucleosides covered in Isis' new patent, have backbone modifications which remove the phosphate linkages entirely.
In 2009, an evaluation of the Linkages database showed that it was not being utilized because staff had to manually enter the majority of data.
ABSTRACT Genetic linkage maps were constructed for the noble scallop Chlamys nobilis Reeve on the basis of 373 amplified fragment length polymorphisms (AFLPs) and 9 microsatellite markers.
There are more of these bonds than any other type of linkages found in the cortex of the hair.
Only fourteen percent of affiliates actively engaged in a broad spectrum of linkages, including alliances.
Theoretically, a sector's relationship with the rest of the economy through its direct and indirect intermediate purchases and sales is described as the sector's linkages (Miller and Lahr, 2001).
Political parties and political systems; the concept of linkage revisited.
Fund strategies, not projects--Make capital allocation and capital release decisions that support business unit strategies, not individual projects with no clear linkage to executing strategies.
This example shows that having the actual name is not always necessary to conduct high quality linkages.
Oligonucleotides are provided that have methylene(methylimino) linkages alternating with phosphorothioate or phosphodiester linkages.
A weaker attack on linkages is that the United States is not without sweatshops, child labor, crony capitalism, congested hog pens, eggs produced by hens in cramped batteries, toxic waste, clear cutting of forests, etc.
Developing linkages to other needed public health services
Text passages within database records provide the raw material that suggests or points to underlying linkages (such as A-B and B-C above) between separately published scientific findings or arguments.
The surge of scholarly interest since 1989 in Africa and its diaspora has yielded a number of articles, books, and anthologies designed to explore the cultural, historical, and literary linkages among black people.