complementation

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İngilizce - Türkçe
tümleme
tamamlama
İngilizce - İngilizce
The relationship of a phrase to its predicate
The replacement of a set by its complement
The interaction between two genetic units such that an organism can function normally if either one is defective
(utfylling): term used mostly about how verbs combine with other clause elements to form clauses/sentences The complementation of a verb thus consists in supplying all the elements that are necessary for that verb to function as a verb in a grammatical clause See also valency
{i} (Linguistics) complementary distribution, relation between sounds or phonemes that cannot be placed in the same position within words
the grammatical relation of a word or phrase to a predicate
The production of a wild-type phenotype when two different mutations are combined in a diploid or a heterokaryon The production of the wild-type phenotype by a cell or an organism that contains two mutant genes If complementation occurs the mutations are almost certainly non-allelic (ie in different genes)
Nonverbal and verbal codes add meaning to each other and expand the meaning of either message alone (See 104)
In linguistics, a complementation pattern of a verb, noun, or adjective is the patterns that typically follow it
The appearance of only wild-type phenotypes in hybrid offspring from two mutant individuals homozygous or heterozygous for recessive mutations Complementation shows that the two parental mutant individuals have mutant alleles of different genes, even if they are phenotypically similar
(linguistics) a distribution of related speech sounds or forms in such a way that they only appear in different contexts
The appearance of a wild-type phenotype in an individual that is the hybrid offspring of two mutant individuals homozygous for recessive mutations Complementation shows that the two parental mutant individuals have mutant alleles of different genes, even if they are phenotypically similar For example, a cross between two light gray mice (ash/ash and d/d) would produce a black mouse (ash/+ d/+); see the Image in the MLC
complementation