basic linkage

basic linkage

[′bā·sik ′liŋ·kij]
(computer science)
Computer coding that provides a standard means of connecting a given routine or program with other routines and that can be used repeatedly according to the same rules.
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Chapters cover basic molecular biology for statistical genetics and genomics, basics of likelihood based statistics, markers and physical mapping, basic linkage analysis, extensions of the basic model for parametric linkage, nonparametric linkage and association analysis, sequence alignment, significance of alignments and alignment in practice, hidden Markov models, feature recognition in biopolymers, multiple alignment and sequence feature discovery, statistical genomics, detecting differential expression, cluster analysis in genomics, and classification in genomics.
5] is the gear ratio, [phi](s) and [psi](s) are the geometrical parameters of basic linkage.
New tools for scientists working to improve important agronomic crops, including a new Basic Linkage Mapping Workflow that simplifies genetic linkage map construction.
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