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from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.

  • adjective Relating to or exhibiting monogenesis.
  • adjective Having a single host through the course of the life cycle.

from The Century Dictionary.

  • Having the whole life-history a single cycle, there being no alternation of generations, or, in parasitic forms, of hosts.
  • Of or pertaining to monogenesis.
  • Of or relating to monogenism.
  • In geology, being the result of one genetic process: applied by Dana to mountain-ranges.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.

  • adjective (Geol.) One in genesis; resulting from one process of formation; -- used of a mountain range.
  • adjective (Biol.) Relating to, or involving, monogenesis.

from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License.

  • adjective having a single source, originating in one place at a single moment
  • adjective biology, linguistics of or pertaining to monogenesis

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Examples

  • Earlier research had shown that an extremely rare mutation in the same PCSK1 gene can, all by itself, lead to huge weight gains, making it known source of so-called "monogenetic" obesity.

    Scientists identify obesity gene

  • But further, for those theories that are crucial to Christianity's truth claims (such as monogenetic origin of mankind), the scientific Christian has the additional task of commending the evidence for them and refuting the speculations that set themselves against them.

    Reasons to Believe -

  • Additionally, volcanoes are grouped by type, from the stratovolcanoes to rhyolite caldera complexes and monogenetic fields.

    Volcanoes in Mexico

  • Additionally, volcanoes are grouped by type, from the stratovolcanoes to rhyolite caldera complexes and monogenetic fields.

    Volcanoes in Mexico

  • But, we must ask, is the only conceivable reality of this basis a monogenetic pedigree, and do we lose this reality if science should once find that mankind came into existence not only in one single pair, but in several pairs, even in different places, and at different times?

    The Theories of Darwin and Their Relation to Philosophy, Religion, and Morality

  • Australians of to-day are the nearest to the common monogenetic original form.

    The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 12: Philip II-Reuss

  • We know that volcanism was concentrated in the northern sector of the island and produced small monogenetic strombolian cones (eruptions that are not very violent and which release lava and pyroclastic flows) and, occasionally, phreatomagmatic calderas (which release ash), Alejandro Rodríguez-González, lead author of the study and a researcher at the ULPGC, tells SINC.

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  • We know that volcanism was concentrated in the northern sector of the island and produced small monogenetic strombolian cones (eruptions that are not very violent and which release lava and pyroclastic flows) and, occasionally, phreatomagmatic calderas (which release ash), Alejandro Rodríguez-González, lead author of the study and a researcher at the ULPGC, tells SINC.

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  • We know that volcanism was concentrated in the northern sector of the island and produced small monogenetic strombolian cones (eruptions that are not very violent and which release lava and pyroclastic flows) and, occasionally, phreatomagmatic calderas (which release ash), Alejandro Rodríguez-González, lead author of the study and a researcher at the ULPGC, tells SINC.

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  • There are some scientific positions on which the church must take its stand: for example, monogenetic (and special) origin of mankind.

    Reasons to Believe -

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