Marker

An additive to make spray deposits conspicuous or as an aid to indicate correct position of swath.

marker

[n] - a distinguishing symbol 2. [n] - a writing implement for making a mark 3. [n] - some conspicuous object used to distinguish or mark something
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Marker

A device fitted to many soil working implements to allow the tractor driver to return down the field at an exact distance from the previous bout by following a groove in the soil made with a disc or tine. The mark may be followed by the wheel or the centre of the tractor.
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Marker

In sequencing and audio software, a marker is used to record a position for easy editing navigation
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Marker

In sequencing and audio software, a marker is used to record a position for easy editing navigation.
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Marker

Chemical substance produced by a cancer and used to monitor the progress of the disease. Usually measured by a blood test.
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Marker

Marker: A piece of DNA that lies on a chromosome so close to a gene that the marker and the gene are inherited together. A marker is thus an identifiable heritable spot on a chromosome. A marker can be an expressed region of DNA (a gene) or a segment of DNA with no known coding function. All that matters is that the marker can be detected and trail...
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Marker

Mark'er noun One who or that which marks. Specifically: (a) One who keeps account of a game played, as of billiards. (b) A counter used in card playing and other games. (c) (Mil.) The soldier who forms the pilot of a wheeling column, or marks the direction of an alignment....
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marker

An identifiable physical location on a chromosome (for example, restriction enzyme cuttingsite, gene) whose inheritance can bemonitored. Markers can beexpressed regions of DNA (genes) or some segment of DNA with no knowncoding function but whose pattern of inheritance can be determined. ... See: restriction fragment length polymorphism. ... (09 Oct...
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marker

marking noun a distinguishing symbol; `the owner`s mark was on all the sheep`
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marker

(mahrk´әr) something that identifies or that is used to identify; see also determinant. cell-surface marker an antigenic determinant found on the surface of a specific type of cell. genetic marker a segment of DNA with a known chromosomal location and...
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Marker

• (n.) The soldier who forms the pilot of a wheeling column, or marks the direction of an alignment. • (n.) A counter used in card playing and other games. • (n.) One who keeps account of a game played, as of billiards. • (n.) One who or that which marks. • (n.) An attachment to a sewing machine for marking a line on the fa...
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marker

(from the article `clothing and footwear industry`) Cutting involves three basic operations: making the marker, spreading the fabric, and chopping the spread fabric into the marked sections. The ...
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marker

An identifiable physical location on a chromosome (e.g., restriction enzyme cutting site, gene) whose inheritance can be monitored. Markers can be expressed regions of DNA (genes) or some segment of DNA with no known coding function but whose pattern of inheritance can be determined. See RFLP, restriction fragment length polymorphism.
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Marker

See: genetic marker
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marker

a control device used for marking in a switching network
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marker

Type: Term Pronunciation: mark′ĕr Definitions: 1. A device used to make a mark or to indicate measurement. 2. A characteristic or factor by which a cell or molecule can be recognized or identified. 3. A locus containing two or more alleles that, being harmless, are common and therefore yield high frequencies of heterozygotes, that facili...
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Marker

A check written at a table by someone with established credit at the casino. See Front Money.
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marker

An IOU the player signs at the table in return for casino chips.
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marker

A small object, like a coin, that is used to mark the spot of the ball when it is lifted off the putting green.
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marker

A sound given to mark correct behavior or performance to create a bridge to reward. The clicker, for example, is used to mark performance by the dog. Though a savvy dog training might have a well developed verbal marker for performance.
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Marker

(Genetic marker) A sequence of DNA that is associated with the presence of or vulnerability to a condition. The sequence is often not the gene actually responsible for the disorder, but is physically close to the responsible gene and so signals the presence of that gene.
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Marker

In reining and horsemanship, a location for the pattern
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marker

An entity, test, or measure used to substitute for another measure, for example, biochemical bone markers as a surrogate marker of bone loss or formation.
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Marker

an IOU, signed by a player who has casino credit.
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