univalent


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Synonyms for univalent

used of a chromosome that is not paired or united with its homologous chromosome during synapsis

having a valence of 1

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The family of function B([alpha], [epsilon]) breaks down to some well known subclasses of univalent functions.
Mocanu: Differential subordinations and univalent functions, Michigan Math.
2) DTIs are classified as either univalent or bivalent according to where they bind thrombin (see Figure 1).
Key words: harmonic univalent function, minimal surfaces distortion bounds, neighborhood.
Specially, if g(z) is univalent in u than f(z) << g(z) if and only if f(0) = g(0) and f(U) [?
6] Let q(z) be univalent in the unit disk U and [theta] and [phi] be analytic in a domain D containing q(U) with [phi](w) [not equal to] 0 when w [member of] q(U).
if all principal submatrices of the Jacobian matrix have positive determinants, the mapping is univalent in any rectangular region.
s] denote the subclass of [summation] consisting of univalent function in E.
Margolis has one, univalent story to tell: he has little sense that power--even the power of the United States--ebbs and flows.
cyaneotaeniatus revealed eight autosomal bivalents and one univalent, the X chromosome (8II+X), identified by its large size.
1[7]: Let q(z) be univalent in the unit disk U = {z : [absolute value of z] < 1} and [theta] and [phi] be analytic in a domain [OMEGA] containing q(U) with [phi](w) [not equal to] 0 when w [member of] q(U).
j = -1, 0, 1, of the canonical projection [pi] are univalent.