disomic


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disomic

(daɪˈsəʊmɪk)
adj
(Genetics) genetics having an extra chromosome in the haploid state that is homologous to an existing chromosome in this set
diˈsomy n
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Encircled is a lymphocyte with a regular disomic signal pattern, which serves as an internal negative control.
Sex-chromosome disomy was the primary outcome of interest because of its reproductive health impacts: a) it is the most frequent form of sperm aneuploidy and occurs twice as frequently as autosomal disomy; b) sperm that are disomic for X or Y are capable of fertilization; and c) sex-chromosome disomy results in viable offspring.
A detailed RFLP map of cotton, Gossypium hirsutum A- Gossypium barbadense: chromosome organization and evolution in a disomic polyploidy genome.
were treated as two disomic loci with identical allele frequencies because allele variation could not be assigned to a specific locus (Allendorf & Thorgaard, 1984), although this treatment tends to give conservative estimates of heterozygosity and genetic differentiation (Krueger et al.
Stability Analysis of wheat-Agropyron Disomic Addition Lines Using Univariate Stability Parameters, Advances in Environmental Biology, 8(7): 2399-2406.
Chromosomal localization of the genes controlling callus induction and in vitro drought tolerance criteria in wheat-barley disomic addition lines using mature embryo culture.
There was a separation in the risk score between trisomic and disomic samples on a magnitude of 1,000 or greater.
Nevertheless, adjacent segregations result in gametes, which are nullisomic or disomic for one of the chromosomes involved in the rearrangement and consequently a zygote with trisomy or monosomy for one of the involved chromosomes.
The sexual chromosomes X1 and X2, disomic in females and monosomic in males, were also metacentric.