karyotypically

karyotypically

(ˌkærɪəˈtɪpɪkəlɪ)
adv
(Biology) from a karyotypical point of view
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The median age of mothers with karyotypically abnormal children was 28 years and the median age of those with normal children was 25 years.
Karyotypically, however, Nannospalax has both low diploid (2n) and fundamental (NF) numbers and acrocentric chromosomes, while Spalax, on the contrary, has high 2n and NF and no acrocentric chromosomes (Topachevskii, 1969; Lyapunova et al., 1974; Savic and Soldatovic, 1984; Savic and Nevo, 1990; Zima and Kral, 1984; Coskun et al., 2012a, b; Arslan et al., 2016).
meadewaldoi, when compared to the other congeneric species, could be related to the accumulaton of terminal heterochromatn, placing this species as karyotypically derived within Frieseomelita.
pilosula (or of their close ancestors) with the latter karyotypically close to the Wambrook Creek series.
(1998) established that Nilgai was karyotypically derivative to genus of Bovinae; various resultant chromosomal conditions familiar to B.
to UFJP in 1993) trapped there an unidentified sigmodontine that was karyotypically studied by P.
Collins & David Ginsburg, Principles Of Medical Genetics 186 (1998) ("Karyotypically, there is something wrong with the second sex chromosome in at least some of the cells of individuals with Turner syndrome.") (going on to describe the different variants of X-chromosome disorder).
Cheng et al., "Autoimmune disorders in women with turner syndrome and women with karyotypically normal primary ovarian insufficiency," Journal of Autoimmunity, vol.
The resulting pattern of geographic distribution of karyotypically distinct populations with 60 chromosomes is rather confusing.
However, except for the early result from Parenti's (1981) analysis, the hypotheses available from morphological and genetic analyses indicate that both of the karyotypically unexamined genera, Cualac and Floridichthys, might be sister to Megupsilon and Garmanella, respectively, showing multiple sex chromosomes (Echelle and Echelle, 1993; Parker and Kornfield, 1995; Costa, 1997; Martin and Wainwright, 2011).
Extensive cytogenetic studies of PAs have shown that approximately 70% of the tumors are karyotypically abnormal.
If the morphologic features of a case suggest the presence of a recurrent cytogenetic abnormality that is not detected by cytogenetics, FISH testing should be performed, as some abnormalities such as MLL rearrangements and inv(16) may be karyotypically subtle.