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(1) Consisting of a single component.

(2) Of, or consisting of, monomers.

(3) Pertaining to a disease or trait controlled by genes at a single locus.


Word origin: from Greek mono "one" and meros "part".

Related forms: monomer (noun).
Related phrases: monomeric phase.

Compare: polymeric.