misdivision


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misdivision

(ˌmɪsdɪˈvɪʒən)
n
a wrong division
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And then, centromeric misdivision in some cells of 47, XX,+18 occurs and results in loss of chromosomes 18q.
There are examples of malapropism "like the BFG's skin and groans", joining words together like quadropus (quadruple and octopus), swapping letters like "in the mashy mideous harshland" or misdivision where my uncle becomes "nuncle".
Among the topics are rice; a molecular cytogenetic analysis of the structure, evolution, and epigenetic modification of major DNA sequences in centromers of Beta species; misdivision of centromeres; insights from the female meiotic drive in monkeyflowers into the population genetics of selfish centromeres; and the centromere-mediated generation of haploid plants.
22) At the macro or structural level, the principal problems have been pastoralist clans who have long contended for resources, the colonial misdivision of Somalis, and the resulting irredentism.
The translocation event most likely originated from simultaneous misdivision of univalents and subsequent joining of the wheat chromosome 4B short arm with the homoeologous Lophopyrum chromosome arm.
Stable telocentric chromosomes formed by spontaneous misdivision in Nigella doerfleri.
Plants with a rye chromosome associated with resistance to RWA were backcrossed several times to Pavon; the progenies from consecutive backcrosses were screened cytologically for the presence of the rye chromosomes or its misdivision products.
The ditelosomic lines of Pavon were produced by centric misdivision of univalents in corresponding monosomics.
To assign the source of polymorphism differentiating the pairs of lines to specific chromosome arms, the chromosome arms of the two translocations were separated by centric misdivision in the progeny of plants with chromosome constitution 20" + 2RS.
As univalents, they misdivided producing series of misdivision products.
This happens by the misdivision of the chromosome, resulting in the loss of all or part of the arm with the fertile genes.