chromosome number


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chromosome number

the number of CHROMOSOMES found in a cell, usually in the diploid state; thus humans have a chromosome number of 46, made up of 23 pairs.
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Amongst many cytogenetic abnormalities found in B-cell ALL, we are describing the coincidence of hypotriploid chromosome number in a patient admitted in Jinnah Postgraduate Medical Center in the department of Oncology.
In general, the term used to indicate that there are errors in chromosome numbers is aneuploidy but does not indicate a specific number or condition.
The basic chromosome number is invariable among taxa of Fritillaria, but in this study, some differences were observed in size and chromosome variation.
absoluta, the impact of X-rays on the chromosome number of the [F.
In addition to the well-known different chromosome number (2n=40) V.
We found 3 new karyomorphs, described another 5 from which only 2n and FN values were available, and confirmed chromosome number and morphology of another 6 previously published karyomorphs.
The most common chromosome number of the genus is vary between 2n = 17 and 62, one of the highest rates of karyotypic change in mammals (Maryama and Imai, 1981; Zima and Kral, 1984; Modi, 1987; Zagorodnyuk, 1990; Jaarola et al.
Each cell normally contains 23 pairs of chromosomes, which carry the genes you inherit from your parents, but a baby with Edwards syndrome has three copies of chromosome number 18 instead of two.
The somatic chromosome number was 14 and the chromosomes were median (14 m) for both subspecies which have MCI about 43.

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