Definition of onefold in English:

onefold

Line breaks: one|fold
Pronunciation: /ˈwʌnfəʊld
 
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adjective

Consisting of only one part or element.
More example sentences
  • Considering that only 64 lines were localized, providing at best only onefold coverage of the 61 bands, this broad distribution suggests that recovery of P's in most heterochromatic bands could result from generating more insertions.
  • The P. reichenowi genome has been partially sequenced to approximately onefold coverage and assembled.
  • Analysis of the results revealed that onefold-coverage shotgun DNA microarrays are well suited to characterize the regulation of metabolic pathways

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