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Locus

[Latin, Place; place where a thing is performed or done.]

For example, the locus delicti is the place where an accident or crime occurred.

locus

(low-cuss) n. Latin for "place," it means "place which" this or that occurred.

locus

noun bailiwick, demesne, emplacement, ground, locale, locality, location, place, position, region, site, situs, territory
Foreign phrases: Locus crontractus, locus criminis.The place of the crime. Locus delecti. The place of the offense. Locus partitus. A place divided. Locus reisitae. A place where something is situated.
See also: address, circuit, locality, location, position, post, purview, region, scene, scope, section, situation, situs, space, vicinity

locus

‘place’ or ‘area’.

LOCUS. The place where a thing is done.

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Fulfillment warehouses are under tremendous pressure to meet increasing demands for fast, accurate order fulfillment in the face of significant labor challenges," said Rick Faulk, chief executive, Locus Robotics, in a statement according to Bloomberg.
Statistically significant differences in mean locus of control scores were found across a number of different sections of society in Northern Ireland; most prominently in relation to deprivation, employment status, religion and health.
Locus designs and creates novel CRISPR RNAs (guide RNAs) that direct the Cas3 nuclease to target and kill bacteria cells by irreversibly destroying DNA.
Primer sequences of microsatellite loci used in multilocus sequence analysis of Cyclospora cayetanensis Contig Targeted Locus no.
The purpose of this study is to explore relation between locus of control and life satisfaction among distance learning students.
Analisis de diversidad alelica y discriminacion: La diversidad alelica (h) de cada locus MIRUVNTR se calculo de acuerdo a lo publicado por Sola y col.
Locus Energy's corporate headquarters are in Hoboken, NJ, and its technology headquarters are in San Francisco, CA.
Ultimately, the locus of control index may influence some admission decisions.
Because the chromosomes come in pairs, every dog has four alleles (gene codes) for color--one from the sire and one from the dam at both locus points.
Known by loci names such as "D1S80" or sometimes for nearby genes "TPOX," a particular handful of STR loci meet these utility criteria and are well studied, with published primer sets for their amplification and known population statistics for individual repeat numbers at each locus--that is, for a locus, in a given ethnic population, some repeat numbers are commonly found, and others are less commonly found.
Hypothesis 2: Locus of control will positively influence rule transgression in sport.