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Synonyms for coalescent

growing together, fusing


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In other words, in principle it is possible to consider the coalescent process for a theoretical ensemble of alleles that by definition have had a specified history of transmission by gender.
Manufactured without solvent; use low-VOC coalescents for solvent-free formulations.
To estimate coalescent parameters for each geographic region, we used an MCMC technique implemented in Migrate version 3.
Coalescent papules form irregular warty fissured plaques or papillomatous masses, which may become vegetating and malodorous especially in the flexures.
A drying system developed especially for this purpose blows the water away in uniform coalescent drops, says Roland von Ah, sales manager Asia and Middle East at Leister Switzerland.
Temprite officials will be discussing the 130 series of coalescent oil separators.
What 2nds has instead is lots of flavors and experiments that are individually good, but seem to have something of a mad scientist's whimsy about them, while lacking a coalescent pivot-point behind the various creations.
Bayesian coalescent analysis (Table 2) revealed a negative, posterior distribution of [log.
Loxanol EFC 200 Comments: Loxanol EFC 200 is a renewable coalescent with very low odor.
approaches coalescent theory primarily from the biological end, and assumes most readers are biologists, but gives full due to the mathematical argument without losing non-experts.
Keywords: cellular automata, asynchronism, random processes, coalescent random walks
When estimated from genealogical data using methods based on coalescent theory, this parameter represents the long-term size of the inbreeding population and thus describes the demography of a population over time scales of [10.
However, what delineates the LEAMS from conventional atmospheric separators is that it uses three stages of various coalescent and impingement separation, as opposed to one.