Continuous Variation

Science / Biology / Continuous Variation: Occurs when the phenotypes of traits controlled by a single gene cannot be sorted into two distinct phenotypic classes, but rather fall into a series of overlapping classes.

Other Words for Continuous

Continuous Adjective Synonyms: incessant, persistent, perpetual, non-stop, unceasing, ceaseless, constant, unremitting, interminable, endless, unending, continual
Continuous Verb Synonyms: connected, unbroken, uninterrupted
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Other Words for Variation

Variation Noun Synonyms: change, changing, alteration, altering, variety, varying, modification, modifying, difference, differing, diversification, diversity, diversifying, modulation, modulating, conversion, converting, permutation, permuting
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Frequency Modulated Continuous Wave Radar (FM CW Radar)

Technology / Radar / Frequency Modulated Continuous Wave Radar (FM CW Radar): Frequency modulated continuous wave radar makes use of frequency modulation to allow the range of a target to be measured. MORE

Genetic Variation

Science / Genetics / Genetic Variation: A phenotypic variance of a trait in a population attributed to genetic heterogeneity. MORE

Free Variation

Entertainment / Literature / Free Variation: A sound substitution that does not hinder understanding or meaning--such as pronouncing the first syllable of either with an /I/ or an /ai/. MORE

Discontinuous Variation

Science / Biology / Discontinuous Variation: Occurs when the phenotypes of traits controlled by a single gene can be sorted into two distinct phenotypic classes. MORE

Continuous Variation

Science / Biology / Continuous Variation: Occurs when the phenotypes of traits controlled by a single gene cannot be sorted into two distinct phenotypic classes, but rather fall into a series of overlapping classes. MORE

Continuous Wave Radar (CW Radar)

Technology / Radar / Continuous Wave Radar (CW Radar): Continuous wave (cw) radar continually transmits energy in the direction of the target and receives back reflection of the continuous wave. MORE

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