Medical Definition of Overdominant
1. Denoting heterozygous states that exhibit overdominance. (05 Mar 2000)
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Literary usage of Overdominant
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1. Life of Robert R. McBurney by Lawrence Locke Doggett (1902)
"His chief failing, an occasional brusque, overdominant way, native to his Scotch-Irish character, was often turned to account for the deepening of ..."
2. Mammalian Embryo Genomics by OECD Staff, Oecd, (Paris) Organisation for Economic Co-ope (2003)
"... callipyge, that results in polar overdominant inheritance of skeletal muscle hypertrophy (1,2). The objective of this experiment was to characterize ..."
3. A Simple Method of Modern Harmony by Carl William Grimm (1900)
"The Minor Subdominant adds the fifth of the minor or major overdominant (in A-minor dfa | b; in C-major f at7 c | d). ..."
4. The Pre-Adamite, Or, Who Tempted Eve?: Scripture and Science in Unison as ...by A. Hoyle Lester by A. Hoyle Lester (1875)
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