meiotic


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Related to meiotic: mitotic, meiotic drive, Meiotic nondisjunction, meiotic division

mei·ot·ic

(mī-ot'ik),
Pertaining to meiosis.

meiotic

adjective Pertaining to meiosis.

mei·ot·ic

(mī-ot'ik)
Pertaining to meiosis.

meiotic

pertaining to meiosis.
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Natera is the only laboratory whose PGS test can differentiate between meiotic and mitotic origins of aneuploidy.
A constitutional complex chromosome rearrangement involving meiotic arrest in an azoospermic male: Case report.
5A-B), and n = 38 pairs of chromosomes in meiotic cells (Figs.
Some meiotic mutations result in the production of 2n eggs
Meiotic outcomes in reciprocal translocation carriers ascertained in 3day human embryos.
Meiotic behaviour of the sex chromosomes in a 45,X/46,X,r(Y)/46,X,dic r(Y) patient assessed by FISH.
Chromosomal aneuploidy in the human originates from either gamete meiotic or mitotic cleavage-stage errors in the early preimplantation embryo (1).
The results have been published in an article entitled 'Using micromanipulation to analyze control of vertebrate meiotic spindle size' in Cell Reports, an online journal from Cell Press.
The mice were considered infertile because they had meiotic and postmeiotic arrests- that is, the germ cells that should have normally developed into sperm did not fully mature in these mice- but researchers were able to find few usable cells.
The mice were considered infertile because they had meiotic and postmeiotic arrests -- that is, the germ cells that should have normally developed into sperm did not fully mature in these mice -- but researchers were able to find few usable cells.
Pachytene asynapsis drives meiotic sex chromosome inactivation and leads to substantial postmeiotic repression in spermatids.