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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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Mocanu, Univalence of Gaussian and confluent hypergeometric functions, Proc.
Univalence conditions and properties for some new integral operators, Mathematics Without Boundaries: Surveys in Pure Mathematics, to appear.
Andreu Mas-Collel has also given two propositions in the direction of weakening the strong assumptions on the univalence condition of the Gale-Nikaido theorem.
We now prove another univalence criterion for univalence of the integral operator [F.
To use a trope that avoids the univalence of a garret, basement, or exile zone, we see the writing center as magnet.
178) Though the complaints concerned tunnel workers and railroad workers, postal workers and others, and the challenges ranged from discrimination in hiring to differences in pay to separate facilities on the job, each was similar in the univalence of race.
Cytological effects at 40 [degrees] C and the mechanism of beat-induced univalence.
These ranges are used to define a probabilistic version of the bivalence and univalence conditions used in the well-known Fischer-Lynch-Paterson (FLP) impossibility proof for deterministic consensus [Fischer et al.
The univalence problems in the class of typically real functions were considered by Golusin in [1].
Obradovic, Simple sufficient conditions for univalence, Mat.
Macgregor, The radius of univalence of certain analytic functions, Proc.
Vuorinen, Univalence and convexity properties for Gaussian hypergeometric functions, Rocky Mountain J.
derived coefficient conditions that guarantee the univalence, starlikeness, or convexity of rational functions of the form (1).