# clon

## Definitions

• WordNet 3.6
• n clon a group of genetically identical cells or organisms derived from a single cell or individual by some kind of asexual reproduction
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Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
• n clon A group of cultivated plants the different individuals of which are simply transplanted parts of the same seedling individual, the propagation being altogether by the use of vegetative parts, such as buds, grafts, cuttings, suckers, tubers, bulbs, etc. The various sorts of apples, potatoes, chrysanthemums, etc., known as varieties are, in a more restricted sense, clons.
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## Usage

### In literature:

It was plain that Clon suspected me.
"Under the Red Robe" by Stanley Weyman
Clon, in Ross, granted by earl of Ross to Walter de Moravia.
"Sutherland and Caithness in Saga-Time" by James Gray
It was plain that Clon suspected me.
"Historical Romances: Under the Red Robe, Count Hannibal, A Gentleman of France" by Stanley J. Weyman
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### In news:

87-year-old Clon Von Fitz reunited with Dennis Mackrell, the leader of the world-famous.
El clon de Angelina Jolie se encuentra en España.
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### In science:

Elements of Clon V are equivalence classes of n-ary term operations of the algebras in V, where terms t and t′ are equivalent if t(x) = t′ (x) is an identity of V.
Abelian extensions of algebras in congruence-modular varieties
Clon V for some n, and a ∈ An , and h[v ; a] = v (a).
Abelian extensions of algebras in congruence-modular varieties
Let X 2 V (A), or simply X 2 , denote the A-set [[S 2 , k ]], where S 2 is the set of triples [v ′ , v; a], where a is an element of An for some n, v is an n′ -tuple of elements of Clon V, for some n′ , and v ′ ∈ Clon′ V, and where k [v ′ , v; a] = v ′ (v(a)).
Abelian extensions of algebras in congruence-modular varieties
Because E is an algebra in V, sending each v ∈ Clon V to the operation vE , for all n, is a clone homomorphism from Clo V to the clone Clo U (E ) of all ﬁnitary operations on the set U (E ).
Abelian extensions of algebras in congruence-modular varieties
This means that for each v ∈ (Clon V)n′ , and each v ′ ∈ Clon′ V, we have v ′E vE = (v ′v)E , where the clone composition on the left takes place in Clo U (E ), and that on the right takes place in Clo V.
Abelian extensions of algebras in congruence-modular varieties
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