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dominantdom"i*nant, n. (mus.) the fifth tone of the scale; thus g is the dominant of c, a of d, and so on.dominant chord (mus.), the chord based upon the dominant.dominant dom"i*nant (?), a. [l. dominans, -antis, p. pr. of dominari: cf. f. dominant. see dominate.] ruling; governing; prevailing; controlling; predominant; as, the dominant party, church, spirit, power. the member of a dominant race is, in his dealings with the subject race, seldom indeed fraudulent, but imperious, insolent, and cruel.dominant estate or   similar words(4) 

 dominant owner  dominant chord  x-linked dominant inheritance  dominant estate 


The fifth tone of the scale; thus G is the dominant of C, A of D, and so on.  


Ruling; governing; prevailing; controlling; predominant; as, the dominant party, church, spirit, power.  

conspicuously prominent.

Noun1. (music) the fifth note of the diatonic scale (hypernym) note, musical note, tone (classification) musicAdjective1. exercising influence or control; "television plays a dominant role in molding public opinion"; "the dominant partner in the marriage" (antonym) subordinate, low-level (similar) ascendant, ascendent, dominating (see-also) superior (attribute) status, position2. of genes; producing the same phenotype whether its allele is identical or dissimilar (antonym) recessive

the word dominant has several possible meanings:In music theory, the dominant or dominant note (second most important) of a key is that which is a perfect fifth above the tonic; in just intonation the note whose pitch is 1.5 times the frequency of the tonic note's pitch and in twelve tone equal temperament is 7 semitones or 700 cents above the tonic. this pitch can also be called the third harmonic of the harmonic series. the dominant of a church mode was the tenor or reciting tone of psalm tones. the dominant is also the diatonic function of the dominant note and chord.In biology and in populations, a group, pair or, or individual can be the dominant animal in a group. dominant animals take a higher position in a "pecking order", and may be the only animals allowed to breed within a group, see dominance (biology).In genetics, a dominant gene is one that is expressed when heterozygous with a recessive allele of the gene. It is a feature of diseases that inherit in an autosomal dominant fashion.In psychology, when a body part of one side of the body is preferred over its counterpart, the body part is said to be dominant. such body parts can include hands (handedness), eyes (ocular dominance), and feet (footedness).In decision theory, one estimator dominates another if it always achieves lower risk.In BDSM, Dominant is a more precise term for a top in BDSM - see dominant (BDSM)

defined: A gene that almost always results in a specific physical characteristic, for example, a disease, even though the patient's genome possesses only one copy. with a dominant gene, the chance of passing on the gene (and therefore the disease) to children is 50-50 in each pregnancy. explained: Listen to a detailed explanation. Dr. robert Nussbaum, of the national human genome research Institute's laboratory of genetic disease Research, defines dominant. related terms: gene, genome

alleles that determine the phenotype displayed in a heterozygote with another (recessive) allele.

where the gene from one parent confers a trait;

A trait that is expressed in a person when only one copy of a gene is present; as opposed to a recessive trait which is expressed only when two copies of a particular gene are present. examples of dominantly-inherited disorders include achondroplasia (a common form of dwarfism), familial hypercholesterolemia (high blood cholesterol in families leading to premature coronary artery disease) and huntington disease (a form of progressive dementia).


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