- segregation analysis
- a statistical method for determination of the mode of inheritance of a disorder or trait by examination of its transmission within families.
Medical dictionary. 2011.
Medical dictionary. 2011.
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segregation — Synonyms and related words: Jim Crow, Jim Crow law, alien, alteration, analysis, anatomization, anti Semitism, apartheid, apartness, atomization, black power, black supremacy, change, chauvinism, class consciousness, class distinction, class… … Moby Thesaurus
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Trait — In genetics, a trait refers to any genetically determined characteristic. In technical terms, a genetic trait is amenable to segregation analysis rather than quantitative analysis. A dominant lethal trait is a trait that is expressed if present… … Medical dictionary