supercontig

Ultracontig vs Supercontig - What's the difference?

ultracontig | supercontig |

Ultracontig is a related term of supercontig.


As nouns the difference between ultracontig and supercontig

is that ultracontig is (genetics) an ordered and oriented set of supercontigs obtained by use of supporting evidence while supercontig is (genetics) an ordered and oriented set of contigs that still contains some gaps.

Gap vs Supercontig - What's the difference?

gap | supercontig |


As nouns the difference between gap and supercontig

is that gap is an opening in anything made by breaking or parting while supercontig is (genetics) an ordered and oriented set of contigs that still contains some gaps.

As a verb gap

is (label) to notch, as a sword or knife.

Oriented vs Supercontig - What's the difference?

oriented | supercontig |


As an adjective oriented

is having a specific orientation.

As a verb oriented

is (orient).

As a noun supercontig is

(genetics) an ordered and oriented set of contigs that still contains some gaps.

Ordered vs Supercontig - What's the difference?

ordered | supercontig |


As an adjective ordered

is in order, not messy, tidy.

As a verb ordered

is (order).

As a noun supercontig is

(genetics) an ordered and oriented set of contigs that still contains some gaps.

Supercontig vs Contig - What's the difference?

supercontig | contig |

Supercontig is a derived term of contig.


In context|genetics|lang=en terms the difference between supercontig and contig

is that supercontig is (genetics) an ordered and oriented set of contigs that still contains some gaps while contig is (genetics) a set of overlapping dna segments, derived from a single source of genetic material, from which the complete sequence may be deduced.

As nouns the difference between supercontig and contig

is that supercontig is (genetics) an ordered and oriented set of contigs that still contains some gaps while contig is (genetics) a set of overlapping dna segments, derived from a single source of genetic material, from which the complete sequence may be deduced.