Definitions for "Assortment"
The movement of homologous chromosomes to opposite poles in the first meiotic division (and chromatids in the second meiotic division) leading to the segregation of alleles.
A way in which meiosis produces new combinations of genetic information. Paternal and maternal chromosomes line up randomly during synapsis, so each daughter cell is likely to receive an assortment of maternal and paternal chromosomes rather than a complete set from either.
A collection of fireworks items, generally consisting of fountains, sparklers, rockets, and firecrackers.
Keywords:  sorts, quantity, cartons, kinds, batch
Act of assorting, or distributing into sorts, kinds, or classes.
A collection or quantity of things distributed into kinds or sorts; a number of things assorted.
A collection containing a variety of sorts or kinds adapted to various wants, demands, or purposes; as, an assortment of goods.
An assortment is a retailer's selection of merchandise. Includes both the depth and breadth of products carried. Also Known As: Merchandise Assortment, Product Assortment
Various forms of the same general type of items, such as the depth and width of the merchandise offering. Depth is about variety in styles, colors, sizes, flavors, brands and prices; width is about different product categories.
A combination of products put together to provide customer benefits. p. 355
Keywords:  escapement, french, top, back, making
French term for the parts used for making an escapement.[ Back to the top