normal segregation

normal segregation

[′nȯr·məl ‚seg·rə′gā·shən]
(metallurgy)
Segregation of the lower-melting-point constituents of an alloy primarily near the center of a casting (last portion to solidify).
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For example, if he demonstrates a pattern of acts of violence, especially if there are any connections to security threat groups, drugs or other contraband distribution, or use of physical threats; or a pattern of disruptive behavior that does not seem to respond to normal segregation policy (this is determined by the amount of segregation days the inmate is required to serve--anything more than 365 days may meet this criterion); or any serious assault on staff or an inmate.
This will be in addition to the normal segregation line that was in place for the most recent FA Cup tie, where the Anfield Road stand abuts the Lower Centenary Stand.
LINKAGE TESTS require normal segregation of alleles at the target loci.
2] will transmit normally and show normal segregation ratios.
Zygote selection could play a role in survival of some genotypes; however, the normal segregation in the [F.
The court noted that confinement longer than an intermediate duration, and under normal segregation conditions, is a sufficient departure from the ordinary incidents of prison life to require procedural due process protections.
Indeed, when the scientists added extra ParA and ParB to dividing bacteria, they frequently disrup ted the normal segregation of chromosomes.
This is 62% of the expected frequency based on normal segregation and the absence of recombination.