2. Noun. (countable genetics) The relationship between the linear sequence of codons in DNA and that of amino acids in the protein so coded ¹
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Definition of Colinearity
1. [n -TIES]
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Literary usage of Colinearity
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1. Proceedings of the National Energy Modeling System Conference (1994)
"The basic criticism against these models is that multi-colinearity is a problem, but when you're using the data that EIA has been publishing over the past ..."
2. Proceedings of the London Mathematical Society by London Mathematical Society (1908)
"... the required connector, which is accordingly given by any two of five constructive points, the colinearity of which is an interesting geometrical fact. ..."
3. Ecology and Conservation of the Marbled Murrelet by C. John Ralph (1997)
"... in chi- square value as each new variable was selected in the stepwise procedure, because of high colinearity with other variables used in the model. ..."
4. Medicare Reimbursement & the Quality of Hospital Care by Michael J. McGinty (1994)
"The correlations between independent variables suggest potential colinearity, therefore a variety of alternative model specifications will be discussed ..."
5. Impact of Irrigation and Labor Availability on Multiple Cropping: A Case by Dharm Narain, Shyamal Roy (1980)
"In view of the problem of multi- colinearity, the results of the intrastate analysis should be read with caution. ..."
6. The Cambridge and Dublin Mathematical Journal by William Whewell, Duncan Farquharson Gregory, Robert Leslie Ellis, William Thomson Kelvin, Norman Macleod Ferrers (1846)
"... shew that similar results hold good, even when the condition of colinearity, assumed in those two formulae, is no longer supposed to be satisfied. ..."