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a systematic relation between location and the frequencies of alleles; lines connecting points of equal frequency are termed isoclines, and the direction of the cline at any point is at right angles to an isocline.

Origin: g. Klino, to slope

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The Fiber Disease

... wall remained reduced. Corresponding to the reduction in superoxide-producing activity, the killing activity also remained reduced. Lehrer and Cline found that polymorphonuclear leukocytes from pa- tients with chronic granulomatous disease lack the ability to produce superoxide anions and cannot ...

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