monosomic


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mon·o·so·mic

(mon'ō-sō'mik),
Relating to monosomy.

mon·o·so·mic

(mon'ō-sō'mik)
Relating to monosomy.

monosomic

having one chromosome of a diploid set of somatic chromosomes missing, as in, for example, TURNER'S SYNDROME. see ANEUPLOIDY.
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The sexual chromosomes X1 and X2, disomic in females and monosomic in males, were also metacentric.
Cases were deemed monosomic by CI if the CIs for uveal melanoma cases were less than 3 standard deviations from the normal disomy control mean, that is, less than 1.
Chi-square analysis of the F2 segregation data between a set of monosomic susceptible cultivars Triticum spelta and Early Premium revealed that the genes effective against race 2E16 are located on chromosomes 3B, 4D and 5D, and temporarily designated as YrEP1, YrEP2 and YrEP3, respectively.
Eight Ptr isolates--ASC1a, ASC1b, 86-124a, Nubr-1, Rog5/ 04, DTR 1-2000, and DTR 12-2000--were used for the development of differential varieties, while only the most virulent isolate (ASC1b) was used for the screening of synthetic lines and monosomic analysis.
The percentage of nuclei with one chromosome 3 that is set as the threshold for calling the tumor monosomic for chromosome 3 is somewhat arbitrary and may lead to false-negative or false-positive results.
92RL28 was crossed as male parent with (i) a CS plant ditelosomic for chromosome arm 7DS and (ii) a segregate from the cross 89M88 ('Indis'//'Inia 66' monosomic 7D/CS DTTDLMTTDS/3/Inia 66) that was monotelodisomic for 7DL.
Assignment of a subset of these markers to this chromosome was confirmed by means of progeny derived by pollinating a plant monosomic for the N-carrying chromosome of Holmes Samsoun (derived by crossing Red Russian Haplo H with Holmes Samsoun) with pollen from TM[V.
Recurrent parent hypoaneuploid: monosomic (H) or monotelodisomic (Te) Designation of released line Designation Chromosome Short arm CS-1101 H01 1 hemizygous CS-1302 H02 2 hemizygous CS-1304 H04 4 hemizygous CS-1105sh Te05Lo 5 hemizygous CS-1106 H06 6 hemizygous CS-1307 H07 7 hemizygous CS-B11sh Te11Lo 11 hemizygous CS-B12sh Te12Lo 12 hemizygous CS-B14sh Te14Lo 14 hemizygous CS-B15sh Te15Lo 15 hemizygous CS-1116 H16 16 hemizygous CS-1317 H17 17 hemizygous CS-1418 ([double dagger]) H18 18 hemizygous CS-B22Lo Te22sh 22 disomic CS-B22sh Te22Lo 22 hemizygous CS-1325 H25 25 hemizygous CS-B26Lo Te26sh 26 disomic Recurrent parent hypoaneuploid: monosomic (H) or monotelodisomic Chromosome or segment (Te) substituted from Designation of G.
A reciprocal monosomic analysis of the genetic control of time of ear emergence, number of leaves and number of spikelets in wheat (Triticum aestivum L).
Monosomic and ditelosomic analysis provided evidence that the resistance gene was transferred to chromosome arm 1BL (41% recombination with centromere) (Dvorak and Knott, 1980).
The plant materials used were (i) five resistant hexaploid winter wheat genotypes, including cultivars Coker 76-35, Hadden, Missouri Queen, Red Chief and line 81IWWMN 2095, and resistant hexaploid spring wheat line 86ISMN 2137; (ii) susceptible hexaploid spring wheat cultivars Kenyon and Chinese Spring; and (iii) a complete set of Chinese Spring monosomic lines, a monotelosomic 3AS line and lines ditelosomic for 2AS, 2AL, 3AS, and 3AL.
1] is located on Chromosome 4 based on monosomic analyses of [Rf.