Dynein also helps force apart chromosomes during cell division.
Chromosomes also determine the sex of animals.
Improve and optimize the method of Chromosome of zooblast.
The polytene chromosomes found in the salivary gland cells are among the largest chromosomes known today.
The polymorphy of fronds and chromosome number of Ophioglossum petiolatum Hook.
Y chromosome has two types of polymorphism:metacentric (or submetacentric) and acrocentric chromosomes.
If both of a pair of homologous chromosomes are missing, nullisomy results.
These translocation lines were generated from homeologous chromosome pairing, or mis-division and reconstruction of univalent chromosomes.
In the nucleoplasm chromosomes consisting of deoxyribonucleic acid (DNA) and proteins are present.
Is Photosensitive Epilepsy Less Common in Males Due to Variation in X Chromosome Photopigment Genes?
Lysogeny is a semi-permanent association between the phage and host chromosomes.
In plants this is sometimes overcome by the doubling of the chromosome number, giving an allopolyploid.
Chromomere A small beadlike deeply staining structure seen in chromosomes during prophase of mitosis and meiosis.
Another role of siRNA is directing RITS complex to bind with homologue chromosome, and then induces heterochromatinization.
There were detestably close synapses between homologous chromosomes during thellateprophase and early metaphase in mitosis of somatic cells.
But many primates, including humans, hae a third photopigment, encoded by a second gene on the X chromosome.
In contrast to homoploid hybrid species,polyploid species are easily diagnosed because of chromosome number changes associated with genome doubling.
These results indicated that a nonhistone protein scaffold really existed and distributed as granules and fibres over the whole chromosomes.
Karyogram (idiogram) The formalized layout of the KARYOTYPE of a species, often with the chromosomes arranged in a certain numerical sequence.
Karyotaxonomy of parasitic wasps will probably develop in the future through further data accumulation and increasing use of chromosome banding methods.
We all have XX chromosomes, right?
HeLa cells themselves actually have around 80 highly mutated chromosomes.
For one, there were signs of radiation damage in Scott's chromosomes.
Time also gradually shortens the telomeres that act as protective caps for our DNA-containing chromosomes.
We know that radiation causes or will induce these chromosome aberrations, or rearrangement of the chromosomes.
In the translocation, the two chromosomes swap large pieces of chromosome with each other.
Down Syndrome is a disorder of the chromosomes.
The DR part refers to its location on the chromosome.
She also discovered plants with chromosomes that broke without help of radiation.
One known mechanism for how a follicular lymphoma develops, is a chromosomal translocation between chromosome 14 and chromosome 18.
A second way is called maternal uniparental disomy, which means two chromosomes from one parent—the mother.
The other two were genes that help maintain the structure of chromosomes.
Meaning very little changes about the Y chromosome from generation to generation.
Telomeres are protective caps on the end of our chromosomes which shorten over time.
The caps on the end of your chromosomes that fray as we age.
That's because the gene that's responsible for making G6PD is on the X chromosome.
Unlike your other 46 chromosomes, there's no shuffling when it's passed between generations.
与你的其他 46 条色体不同，它代代相传时不会改组。
Finally, there might be a translocation, which is when two chromosomes swap material.
Studies show that the most influential hair-loss gene is located on the " X" chromosome only.
研究显示造成秃头的基因位于 X 色体上。
We'd like to think that we're highly evolved and therefore our chromosomes are probably highly evolved.