disjunction

Definitions:

  • The act of disjoining or the condition of being disjointed.
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  • The separation of homologous chromosomes during meiosis.
  • The act of disjoining, or the state of being disjoined; separation; division; distinction.
  • Specifically In <em>logic</em>, the relation between the members of a disjunctive proposition or term.
  • In <em>logic</em>: a term consisting of two or more terms united by the conjunction <em>or</em> or its equivalent.
  • In <em>biology</em>, the separation or alternative inheritance of the parental characters in crosses between inbred varieties or strains of domesticated plants and animals. Called also the <em>law of disjunction</em>, or <em>Mendel's law.</em> See <internalXref urlencoded="inheritance">inheritance</internalXref>.
  • The act of disjoining; disunion; separation; a parting.
  • A disjunctive proposition.
  • act of <xref>disjoining</xref>; <xref>disunion</xref>, <xref>separation</xref>
  • <xref>state</xref> of being <xref>disjoined</xref>
  • The <xref>proposition</xref> resulting from the combination of two or more propositions using the <xref>or</xref> <xref>operator</xref>.
  • a logical operator that results in <xref>true</xref> when some of its <xref>operands</xref> are true.
  • During meiosis, the separation of chromosomes (homologous in meiosis I, and sister chromatids in meiosis II).
  • state of being disconnected
  • the act of breaking a connection
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