dominant

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English - Turkish
{s} baskın

Onun baskın bir kişiliği var. - She has a dominant personality.

Daha baskın olmak istiyorum. - I want to be more dominant.

{s} hakim
egemen

Bazı hayvan türlerinde dişi erkek üzerinde egemendir. - In some species of animals, the female is dominant over the male.

Ekonomistler 2060 yılı civarında, Avrupa ve Kuzey Amerika'dan oluşan sözde Batı dünyasının küresel ekonomideki egemen konumunu kaybedeceğini tahmin ediyorlar. - Economists predict that around the year 2060, the so-called Western world, composed of Europe and North America, will lose their dominant position in the global economy.

hükümran
yeğin
yüksek
dominat
üstün
başat
{i} dominant özellik
(Tıp) Başat, üstün, (kalıtımla geçişte üstün olma)
{s} biyol. dominant, başat
bir gamda sol notasına ait
{s} etken
{s} hâkim, egemen
idare eden
{i} başat karakter
galip
sol/baskın öğe
sol notası
biyol başat özellik
tesirli
{i} baskın karakter
{s} hükmeden
yöneten
mütehakkim
{s} dominant
{s} nüfuzlu
(Tıp) hakim özellik
(Denizbilim) baskın (tür)
dominant gene
(Biyoloji) baskın gen
dominant wavelength
(Aydınlatma) baskın dalga boyu
dominant wind
baskın
dominant character
başat karakter
dominant factor
başat etken
dominant gene
başat gen
dominant mode
baskın mod
dominant species
baskın tür
dominant species
başat tür
dominant wave
baskın dalga
dominant wavelength
hakim dalga
dominant asset
(Ticaret) baskın menkul
dominant class
(Politika, Siyaset) egemen sınıf
dominant classes
hakim sınıflar
dominant classes
egemen sınıflar
dominant color
(Kimya) baskın renk
dominant firm
(Ticaret) önder firma
dominant language
(Dilbilim) baskın dil
dominant leader
(Ticaret) müesseseyi yöneten kimse
dominant leader
(Ticaret) müesseseye hakim olan lider
dominant norms
egemen normlar
dominant party
(Politika, Siyaset) başat parti
dominant power
(Politika, Siyaset) başat güç
dominant powers
egemen güçler
dominant property
(Kanun) hakim mülk
dominant soil fraction
hakim zemin dağılımı
dominant storey
(Politika, Siyaset) ana tabaka
dominant terrain
(Askeri) (COMMANDING) Hakim arazi
dominant user concept
(Askeri) ANA KULLANICI KONSEPTİ: Başlıca tüketici durumda olan bir Kuvvet Komutanlığının, aynı işi yapan bütün kuvvetler için bir destek iş yükü sağlamaktan sorumlu olacağı anlayışı
dominant user concept
(Askeri) ana kullanıcı konsepti
dominant waves
(Askeri) baskın dalgalar
dominant year class
(Denizbilim) baskın yıl sınıfı
dominantly
zorla
to be dominant
baskın olmak
abuse of a dominant position
(Avrupa Birliği) hakim durumun kötüye kullanılması
be dominant
dominant olmak
Turkish - Turkish
Hâkim, başta gelen, egemen, başat
Baskın gen
Başat
Hakim, başat, başta gelen
Baskın
English - English
The triad built on the dominant tone
The fifth major tone of a musical scale (five major steps above the note in question); thus G is the dominant of C, A of D, and so on
Ruling; governing; prevailing; controlling; predominant; as, the dominant party, church, spirit, power
conspicuously prominent
{a} ruling, prevailing, governing
{s} controlling, commanding
a trait governed by an allele that can be expressed in the presence of another, different allele Dominant alleles prevent the expression of recessive alleles in heterozygotes
Someone or something that is dominant is more powerful, successful, influential, or noticeable than other people or things. a change which would maintain his party's dominant position in Scotland = pre-eminent
The fifth note of the diatonic scale This applies tomajor and minonr keys The dominant note in the key of C is G, for example
An allele is said to be dominant if it expresses its phenotype even in the presence of a recessive allele See Allele, Phenotype, Recessive
The fifth degree of the major or minor scale Also, the term for the triad built on the fifth degree, labelled V in harmonic analysis
A chord based on the fifth degree of the diatonic scale being used A dominant usually resolves to the tonic
One of a series of terms applied to the phenotypic effect of a particular allele in reference to another allele (usually the standard wild-type allele) with respect to a given trait An allele "A" is said to be dominant with respect to the allele "a" if the A/A homozygote and the A/a heterozygote are phenotypically identical and different from the a/a homozygote See also Codominant, Recessive, Semidominant
A gene that almost always results in a specific physical characteristic even though the patient's genome possesses only one copy With a dominant gene, the chance of passing on the gene, which may cause a condition or disease, to children is 50-50 in each pregnancy 1
The extent to which a gene is expressed; dominant indicates that it is expressed a lot
Trees with well developed crowns which are above the canopy and receive direct sunlight from above and partially from the side
An allele that is almost always expressed, even if only one copy is present See also: gene, genome
Those conditions that are expressed in heterozygotes, ie, individuals with 1 copy of the mutant gene and 1 copy of the normal allele; refers to phenotype
exercising influence or control; "television plays a dominant role in molding public opinion"; "the dominant partner in the marriage"
of genes; producing the same phenotype whether its allele is identical or dissimilar
{i} fifth note of the scale (Music)
A relative term describing the relationship of one allele to a second at the same locus when an animal heterozygous for these alleles expresses the same phenotype as an animal homozygous for the first allele The second allele of the pair is considered recessive See Dominant in the MGI Glossary
(music) the fifth note of the diatonic scale
A heritable character possessed by one parent of a hybrid which, when pure, will express itself in the hybrid to the apparent exclusion of the opposite or recessive character in the other parent Also a species that comprises the majority of biota in an ecosystem
The fifth degree of the scale
Alleles that determine the phenotype displayed in a heterozygote with another (recessive) allele
An allele or phenotype that is expressed in either the homozygous or the heterozygous state
The fifth note of a diatonic scale
the fifth degree of the diatonic scale, measured upward from the tonic
The fifth degree of the major or minor scale Also, the term for the triad built on the fifth degree, labelled V in harmonic analysis A dominant usually resolves to the tonic
an allele that causes a certain phenotype to be expressed regardless of the second allele it is paired with Submitted by Amy Franzen, [email protected] msu edu dopant A small quantity of a substance, such as phosphorus, added to another substance, such as a semiconductor, to alter the latter's poperties Submitted by Adam D Smith, [email protected] msu edu doping The deliberate addition of a small amount of an impuritiy in order to changed the properties of the original substance Submitted by Adam D Smith, [email protected] msu edu
(music) the fifth note of the diatonic scale exercising influence or control; "television plays a dominant role in molding public opinion"; "the dominant partner in the marriage"
The fifth tone of the scale; thus G is the dominant of C, A of D, and so on
Trees with crowns extending above the general level of the crown cover and receiving full light from above and partly from the side; larger than the average trees in the stands, and with crowns well developed but possibly somewhat crowded on the sides Codominant: Trees with crowns forming the general level of the crown cover and receiving full light from above but comparatively little from the sides; usually with medium-sized crowns more or less crowded on the sides Intermediate: Trees shorter than those in the two preceding classes but with crowns extending into the crown cover formed by codominant and dominant trees; receiving a little direct light from above but none from the sides; usually with small crowns considerably crowded on the sides Understory: Trees with crowns entirely below the general level of the crown cover, receiving no direct light either from above or from the sides Ground Cover: Herbaceous, non-woody
A dominant gene is one that produces a particular characteristic, whether a person has only one of these genes from one parent, or two genes, one from each parent. Compare recessive. the fifth note of a musical scale of eight notes
An allele that is almost always expressed, even if only one copy is present Source : Human Genome Project Information
Trees with crowns extending above the general level of the canopy and receiving full light from above and partly from the side; taller than the average trees in the stand with crowns well developed
ascendant
dominant seventh
The chord consisting of the fifth, major seventh, ninth and eleventh of a given scale; a seventh chord built on the dominant tone
dominant logic
(Finans) 1. An interpretation of how a company has succeeded.2. The cultural norms and beliefs that the company espouses
dominant character
character that prevails in the genes of plants or animals
dominant feature
{i} dominant characteristic, conspicuous feature
dominant gene
gene that produces the same phenotype in the organism whether or not its allele identical; "the dominant gene for brown eyes
To be dominant
dominate
autosomal dominant disease
a disease caused by a dominant mutant gene on an autosome
dominantly
authoritatively, supremely, assertively, in a controlling manner
dominantly
in a dominant fashion; "religion functions dominantly in many societies"
dominantly
in a dominant fashion; "religion functions dominantly in many societies
dominantly
In a dominant manner
dominants
plural of dominant
x-linked dominant inheritance
hereditary pattern in which a dominant gene on the X chromosome causes a characteristic to be manifested in the offspring
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