Uniserial
Uniserial \U`ni*se"ri*al\, a. [Uni- + serial.] Having only one row or series. [1913 Webster]

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  • uniserial — arranged in a single row or series …   Dictionary of ichthyology

  • uniserial — adj. [L. unus, one; series, row] Arranged in one row or serial …   Dictionary of invertebrate zoology

  • uniserial — adjective Having a single row or series …   Wiktionary

  • uniserial — adjective Botany & Zoology arranged in or consisting of one series or row …   English new terms dictionary

  • uniserial — uni·serial …   English syllables

  • uniserial — adj. Bot. & Zool. arranged in one row …   Useful english dictionary

  • uniserial circle — (ARTHROPODA: Insecta) Referring to crochets of larvae arranged in a single row or series with bases in a continuous line; see serial crochets …   Dictionary of invertebrate zoology

  • Serial module — Chain ring redirects here. For the bicycle part, see Chainring. In abstract algebra, a uniserial module M is a module over a ring R, whose submodules are totally ordered by inclusion. This means simply that for any two submodules N1 and N2 of M,… …   Wikipedia

  • Nakayama algebra — In algebra, a Nakayama algebra or generalized uniserial algebra is an algebra such that the left and right projective modules have a unique composition series (Reiten 1982, p. 39). They were studied by Tadasi Nakayama (1940) who called them… …   Wikipedia

  • u|ni|se|ri|ate — «YOO nuh SIHR ee iht, ayt», adjective. 1. = uniserial. (Cf. ↑uniserial) 2. Biology. consisting of a single row of cells: »a uniseriate hair or filament …   Useful english dictionary

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