chromosomes in English

a threadlike structure of nucleic acids and protein found in the nucleus of most living cells, carrying genetic information in the form of genes.
Ring chromosomes , chromatid exchanges and polyploidies were also observed at some treatments.

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1. Chromosomes 6 and 7 were both nucleolus organizing chromosomes.

2. Translocations of acentric fragments to the long arms of X chromosomes and fusions of deleted X chromosomes resulting in dicentric chromosomes were also observed, but no translocations to euchromatic chromosomes could be found.

3. There were 24 pairs of chromosomes in somatic cell, including one pair of heteromorphic chromosomes which lengths were different from corresponding chromosomes in other karyotypes reported.

4. The chromosomes duplicated in mitosis.

5. 1 The chromosomes duplicated in mitosis.

6. Each of four chromosomes divide longitudinally.

7. Cytogenetic analysis disclosed a chromosome number of 77, with three metacentric chromosomes comprised of two X chromosomes and a Robertsonian translocation of two acrocentric autosomes, chromosomes 21 and 33.

8. The CPD bands exhibited on mitotic metaphase chromosomes corresponded to the prominent bands exhibited on the pachytene chromosomes.

9. Dominating this chamber are 46 chromosomes.

10. The high portion of metaphases with aberrations of chromosomes is especially noted. Among the aberrations of chromosomes breaks of chromosomes and chromatids were especially frequent. Rarefactions, achromasia and entspiralisation were not so frequent. There were still less acentric fragments and dicentric chromosomes.

11. The separation of homologous chromosomes during meiosis.

12. Chromosomes interlockings occur during the late zygotene.

13. Haploid number for humans is 23 chromosomes.

14. Chromosomes also determine the sex of animals.

15. Abnormalities of human chromosomes following therapeutic irradiation.

16. 13 Chromosomes replicate before cells divide and multiply.

17. Silver staining of somatic chromosomes of Silphium perfoliatum.

18. All the chromosomes are terminal centromere withcenteomereC-banding.

19. Each cell of our bodies contains 46 chromosomes.

20. The small acrocentric chromosomes had a typical G-group fluorescence pattern whilst the C-group chromosomes revealed no brightly fluorescent material.

21. Brassica campestris var. pekinensis, mitotic chromosomes, G-banding.

22. 3 Chromosomes replicate before cells divide and multiply.

23. Polyploidy: numerical chromosome aberrations in cells or organisms involving entire set(s) of chromosomes, as opposed to an individual chromosome or chromosomes (aneuploidy).

24. Humans have 23 pairs of chromosomes in their cells.

25. Dynein also helps force apart chromosomes during cell division.

26. The diploid mainly consists of metacentric and submetacentric chromosomes.

27. C-banding revealed prominent centromeric bands on all acrocentric chromosomes and very faint staining of the centromeric regions of the biarmed chromosomes.

28. A haploid base number of × = 16 chromosomes is likely.

29. The eight chromosomes were randomly distributed at metaphase I.

30. Chromosomes are distributed by spindles in mitosis and meiosis.

31. No tendency for non-random association of homologous or non-homologous chromosomes could be demonstrated except for the well-known association of acrocentric chromosomes.

32. Graphic representation of all chromosomes gave well scattered points.

33. And we'll come back to chromosomes in a minute.

34. Once the chromatids are separated they can be called chromosomes.

35. The ideogram analysis has revealed that the 59 (or 60) chromosomes consist of 16 metacentric chromosomes and 43 (or 44 in 60 cells) acrocentric ones.

36. In particular, acrocentric chromosomes are prone to be affected by malsegregation events possibly resulting in UPD: these chromosomes are involved in Robertsonian translocation (RT) formation.

37. Genetic illnesses are caused by aberrations in genes or chromosomes.

38. Within chromosomes, DNA is held in complexes with structural proteins.

39. Human body cells contain chromosomes, forty-six in each cell.

40. In the north, the genome was fixed for metacentric chromosomes whereas at the southern limit, the genome was homozygous for acrocentric and telocentric chromosomes.

41. Maligrant segregants may, therefore, arise when complementing chromosomes are lost.

42. Within cells, DNA is organized into long structures called chromosomes.

43. Having the same alleles at gene locus on homologous chromosomes.

44. During interphase the chromosomes are too tenuous to be stained.

45. 1) The diploid mainly consists of metacentric and submetacentric chromosomes.

46. 24) Humans have 23 pairs of chromosomes in their cells.

47. Each new cell will carry its full complement of chromosomes.

48. Altogether in 501 cells the chromosomes were investigated with the lightmicroscope.

49. 10 The new technique checks the chromosomes in the polar body.

50. Transnational firms are also patenting human chromosomes, cells, tissues and organs.