chromosome pair

chro·mo·some pair

two chromosomes of the full diploid karyotype that are similar in form and function but that usually differ in content, one normally being inherited from each parent and one being transmitted to each progeny; in the heteromorphic sex (in humans, the male), one pair, the sex chromosomes, differ markedly in appearance, content, and function.

chromosome pair

two HOMOLOGOUS CHROMOSOMES, one from each parent.
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In the context of the integrated physical map presented here, the chromosome pair no.
The satellite in one acrocentric chromosome pair of F.
To more fully investigate the range of structural variation and better understand the phased diploid genome architecture of AK1, investigators performed de novo assembly for each haplotig representing the assembly of each of the two haplotypes from each homologous chromosome pair.
Red hair is caused by having two copies of a recessive gene on chromosome pair 16, meaning both parents must carry the gene.
However, it was not possible for the authors to discriminate which chromosome pair it was.
In a separate report of karyotypic study in two races of this species, only one chromosome pair was identified to have a satellite [5] which is discrepant with our observations.
striatus was the smallest chromosome pair with their characteristic morphology.
The first pattern, found in individuals collected from the Guaravera region (Londrina, Parana State, Brazil), exhibited more than one homologous chromosome pair by AgN[O.
The ideogram was drawing on the basis of the averaged length of each homologous chromosome pair (p) and their centromeric position.
One of each chromosome pair is inherited from the mother and the other is inherited from the father.