colinearity


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colinearity

[kō‚lin·ē′ar·əd·ē]
(cell and molecular biology)
The relationship between the linear sequence of codons in deoxyribonucleic acid and the order of amino acids in the polypeptide product that it specifies. Also spelled collinearity.
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However, a high degree of colinearity was found between geographic location and race in this model.
2] were never included in the same regression model because of potential colinearity problems.
Colinearity was investigated between all possible pairs of potential predictor variables; if any pair had a correlation coefficient >0.
Furthermore, 2 distinct multivariate models were applied to consider colinearity between feed type and feed factories in the foodborne risk study.
Colinearity and interactions between variables were assessed.
There was a high degree of colinearity between BM and age (Pearson correlation: r > 0.
Because of the colinearity of an entire target DNA sequence to the peptide analyte generated from it, PMSG has the ability to register many discrete individual variations, as well as the combined effect of multiple variations within a target DNA sequence, in a single analysis.
We excluded elementary school in this model because the variables of elementary school and urinary arsenic and chromium levels had high colinearity.
Poor colinearity, which involves the placement of heads relative to one another, is a major contributor to yield and performance problems that magnetic head manufacturers can face.
With the Model 4700, Ultratech is addressing its customers' need for increased yield by decreasing the number of exposure steps and colinearity errors typically involved in thin-film head manufacturing.
Other farm and animal exposures were excluded because of colinearity.