### Definition of Monogenic

**1.** *Adjective.* Of or relating to an inheritable character that is controlled by a single pair of genes.

### Definition of Monogenic

**1.** *a.* Of or pertaining to monogenesis.

### Definition of Monogenic

**1.** Adjective. of or relating to monogenesis or to monogenism ¹

**2.** Adjective. (genetics) regulated by a single gene ¹

**3.** Adjective. producing offspring of only one sex ¹

**4.** Adjective. (mathematics of a function) having a single derivative at a point ¹

**5.** Noun. (mathematics) A derivative of a monogenic function ¹

¹ *Source: wiktionary.com*

### Definition of Monogenic

**1.** [adj]

### Medical Definition of Monogenic

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### Literary usage of Monogenic

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**1.** *Introduction to the Theory of Analytic Functions* by James Harkness, Frank Morley (1898)

"I. Is **monogenic** to mean **monogenic** at a point, or **monogenic** over a region? It is
the usual, though not the invariable,custom to consider **monogenic** as an ..."**2.** *Elements of the Integral Calculus: With a Key to the Solution of Dfferential* by William Elwood Byerly, Benjamin Osgood Peirce (1895)

"Consequently w is **monogenic**. This accounts for the results of Arts. 38-42.
If w is a multiple-valued function of z, there may be several different values of ..."**3.** *An Introduction to the Theory of Multiply Periodic Functions* by Henry Frederick Baker (1907)

"0, and must therefore be periodic ; it does not follow however that any one of
the **monogenic** portions of C is periodic with the same periods. ..."**4.** *A Manual of Elementary Chemistry, Theoretical and Practical* by George Fownes (1873)

"... or with 35-5 of chlorine, or generally with the equivalent weight of any
**monogenic** element. Thus of all the compounds of hydrogen and carbon, marsh gas, ..."**5.** *Bulletin of the New York Mathematical Society* by New York Mathematical Society (1894)

"NOTE ON **monogenic** FUNCTIONS OF A SINGLE VARIABLE. BY PROF. T. tK Me. ... Form P
+ iQ: in order that this shall be a **monogenic** function of x -\- iy = z it is ..."**6.** *A Treatise on the Theory of Functions* by James Harkness, Frank Morley (1893)

"If w = u + *i> be a one- valued **monogenic** function of x -+- iy, the systems of
orthogonal straight lines x = a, y — b transform into systems of orthogonal ..."