paragenetic


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paragenetic

[‚par·ə·jə′ned·ik]
(genetics)
Pertaining to chromosome changes that alter gene expression but not makeup.
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Works on the role of non-genetic and paragenetic factors are also interesting.
Step 2: Establish the paragenetic sequence of diagenetic events (Fig.
Then came high power microscopes, and mineralogists started observing the different minerals and paragenetic associations.
b) Key Laboratory for Oil Shale and Paragenetic Energy Minerals, Jilin Province, Changchun 130061, China
One major resemblance between Sambava and the Deccan Plateau occurrences is in their paragenetic sequences.
The progressive alteration in the fluid chemistry produced a paragenetic sequence comparable to that illustrated by Schaller (1932): (1) saline period, (2) quartz period, (3) prehnite period, (4) zeolite period and (5) calcite period.
The bornite ores were formed very early in the paragenetic sequence of the Cu-Pb-Zn MVT deposits of the Viburnum Trend of SE Missouri.
b) Key Lab for Oil Shale and Paragenetic Energy Minerals, Changchun 130061, Jilin Province, China
In Parker's paragenetic classification scheme for Alpine clefts, this is one of only two assemblages which have fluorite as the most common of their subordinate species; the other is Fundortgruppe 14a, which prevails in the central granite of the Mont Blanc massif.
Coal and oil shale are paragenetic in the Haishiwan mine of the Yaojie coalfield.
Through most of the paragenetic sequence calcite was locally stable relative to other minerals.
Paleogene coal and oil shale paragenetic association types and development features in Huangxian Basin.