- unipotent
**unipotent**[yo͞o nip′ə tənt]__adj.__[ UNI- + POTENT]*Biol.*capable of developing into only a single type of cell or tissue: said of certain, esp. embryonic, cells

*English World dictionary.
V. Neufeldt.
2014.*

- unipotent
**unipotent**[yo͞o nip′ə tənt]__adj.__[ UNI- + POTENT]*Biol.*capable of developing into only a single type of cell or tissue: said of certain, esp. embryonic, cells

*English World dictionary.
V. Neufeldt.
2014.*

**Unipotent**— In mathematics, a unipotent element r of a ring R is one such that r − 1 is a nilpotent element, in other words such that some power ( r − 1) n is zero.In particular a square matrix M is a unipotent matrix if and only if its characteristic… … Wikipedia**unipotent**— Referring to those cells that produce a single type of daughter cell; e.g., a u. stem cell. Cf.:pluripotent cells, under cell. * * * unip·o·tent yü nip ət ənt adj having power in one way only esp capable of developing only in one direction or to… … Medical dictionary**unipotent**— yüˈnipəd.ənt adjective Etymology: uni + potent : having power in one way only; especially : capable of developing only in one direction or to one end product unipotent cells … Useful english dictionary**Unipotent representation**— In mathematics, a unipotent representation of a reductive group is a representation that has some similarities with unipotent conjugacy classes of groups. Informally, Langlands philosophy suggests that there should be a correspondence between… … Wikipedia**unipotent**— /yooh nip euh teuhnt/, adj. Biol. (of cells) capable of developing into only one type of cell or tissue. [UNI + POTENT] * * * … Universalium**unipotent**— adjective a) Having the capacity to develop into only one type of cell or tissue b) Having a single idempotent element See Also: idempotent, nilpotent, nullipotent … Wiktionary**unipotent**— adj. developing into one type of cell or tissue (Biology) … English contemporary dictionary**unipotent**— unip·o·tent … English syllables**Deligne–Lusztig theory**— In mathematics, Deligne–Lusztig theory is a way of constructing linear representations of finite groups of Lie type using ℓ adic cohomology with compact support, introduced by Deligne Lusztig (1976). Lusztig (1984) used these representations to… … Wikipedia**Ratner's theorems**— In mathematics, Ratner s theorems is a group of major theorems in ergodic theory concerning unipotent flows on homogeneous spaces proved by Marina Ratner around 1990. The study of the dynamics of unipotent flows played decisive role in the proof… … Wikipedia