transposition

Movement form one location to another, particularly the movement of a DNA sequence (transposon) within the genome.

Transposition

moving A section or A piece of music to A new key with A new pitch
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Transposition

• (n.) The act of transposing, or the state of being transposed. • (n.) The bringing of any term of an equation from one side over to the other without destroying the equation. • (n.) A change of the natural order of words in a sentence; as, the Latin and Greek languages admit transposition, without inconvenience, to a much greater e...
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transposition

<molecular biology> The movement of a piece of DNA around the chromosome (from one gene to another part of the genome), usually through the function of a transposable element. ... (09 Oct 1997) ...
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transposition

(from the article `animal learning`) ...its solution depends on response to more subtle changes in stimuli. Numerous laboratory studies have examined the abilities of a variety of ... Another phenomenon that has received considerable attention in theories of transfer of training is called transposition. An initial report of ... [2 re...
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transposition

(trans″po-zĭ┬┤shәn) any of various congenital anomalies in which organs are displaced to the opposite side from normal. the operation of carrying a tissue flap from one situation to another without severing its connection entirely until it is united at its new location. the ex...
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transposition

noun the act of reversing the order or place of
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Transposition

[chess] A transposition in chess is a sequence of moves that results in a position which may also be reached by another, more common sequence of moves. Transpositions are particularly common in opening, where a given position may be reached by different sequences of moves. Players sometimes use transpositions deliberately in order to avoid ...
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Transposition

[law] In European Union law, transposition is a process by which the European Union`s member states give force to a directive by passing appropriate implementation measures. Transposition is typically done by either primary or secondary legislation. The European Commission closely monitors that transposition is timely, correctly done and im...
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Transposition

[music] In music transposition refers to the process, or operation, of moving a collection of notes (pitches or pitch classes) up or down in pitch by a constant interval. For example, one might transpose an entire piece of music into another key. Similarly, one might transpose a tone row or an unordered collection of pitches such as a chord...
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Transposition

[telecommunications] Transposition is the periodic swapping of positions of the conductors of a transmission line, in order to reduce crosstalk and otherwise improve transmission. In telecommunications this applies to balanced pairs whilst in power transmission lines three conductors are periodically transposed. For cables, the swapping is ...
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transposition

a change of the relative positions of the phase conductors of a line NOTE - The transposition is carried out in order to establish adequate electrical symmetry of the conductors one to another or with respect to earth or with respect to neighbouring systems.
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transposition

a) in relation to power cables: the practice of laying single-core cables so that each phase cable successively occupies, over approximately equal lengths of the route, each geometrical position in the laying formation b) in relation to shielding conductors: the practice of laying a shielding conductor alongside an elementary section of untranspose...
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transposition

an arrangement of the strands or laminations of a conductor or of the conductors forming a turn or coil, whereby they take different relative positions in a slot or in successive slots for the purpose of reducing eddy current losses
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Transposition

In music, a transposition is a change of a composition into another key.
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Transposition

Shifting a piece of music to a different pitch level.
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Transposition

The act of changing the key of a musical composition.
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Transposition

The form of valid inference of the propositional calculus from A ? B to ~B ? ~A. The law of transposition is the theorem of the propositional calculus, [p ? q] ? [~q ? ~q]. -- A.C.
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Transposition

The movement of a DNA segment within the genome of an organism.
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transposition

the ordered permutation of the pattern of the multiple of a switching stage to improve traffic carrying characteristics and reduce crosstalk
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transposition

The switching of locations of two items.
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transposition

Type: Term Pronunciation: trans-pō-zi′shŭn Definitions: 1. Removal from one place to another; metathesis. 2. The condition of being in the wrong place or on the wrong side of the body (viscera placed opposite their normal position; such as liver on the left or apex of heart on right). 3. Movement to a new site in the genome. 4. Misp...
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transposition

[n] - any abnormal position of the organs of the body 2. [n] - (genetics) a kind of mutation in which a chromosomal segment is transfered to a new position on the same or another chromosome 3. [n] - (algebra) the transfer of a quantity form one side of an equation to the other along with a change of sign 4. [n] - (electricity) a ...
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