chromosomal

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chro·mo·some

 (krō′mə-sōm′)
n.
1. A linear strand of DNA and associated proteins in the nucleus of eukaryotic cells that carries the genes and functions in the transmission of hereditary information.
2. A circular strand of DNA in bacteria and archaea that contains the hereditary information necessary for cell life.

chro′mo·so′mal (-sō′məl), chro′mo·so′mic (-sō′mĭk) adj.
chro′mo·so′mal·ly adv.
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Adj.1.chromosomal - of or relating to a chromosome; "chromosomal defect"
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Translations

chromosomal

[ˌkrəʊməˈsəʊməl] ADJcromosomático, cromosómico
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chro·mo·som·al

a. cromosómico-a, rel. al cromosoma;
___ aberrationsaberraciones ___ -s.
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chromosomal

adj cromosómico
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References in periodicals archive ?
A new karyotype and chromosomal banding pattern in Nannospalax ehrenbergi (Nehring, 1898) (Rodentia: Spalacidae) from southeast Anatolia, Turkey.
A small supernumerary marker chromosome (sSMC) is defined as an abnormal chromosome that is generally equal in size to or smaller than chromosome 20, and its derivation cannot be detected by conventional chromosomal banding techniques [1].
Unfortunately, comparative studies aimed at examining chromosomal banding pattern and/or applications of FISH techniques are still rare (Wahrman et al.
To answer this question, we compare the results with other reports of chromosomal banding patterns found in Turkish populations of Nannospalax [17-22].
Future studies on other kinds of chromosomal banding and on molecular data will elucidate the level of divergence among these populations.
In all cases, specific longitudinal chromosomal banding patterns were obtained after digestion with REs, allowing the individual identification of all chromosome pairs and the establishment of precise karyotypes.
Phylogenetic analyses of chromosomal banding patterns among the neartic Arvicolidae (Mammalia: Rodentia).