zygosity

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zygosity

 [zi-gos´ĭ-te]
the condition relating to conjugation, or to the zygote, such as (a) the state of a cell or individual in regard to the alleles determining a specific character, whether identical (homozygosity) or different (heterozygosity); or (b) in the case of twins, whether developing from one zygote (monozygotic twins) or two zygotes (dizygotic twins).
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zy·gos·i·ty

(zī-gos'i-tē),
The nature of the zygotes from which individuals are derived; for example, whether by separation of the division of one zygote (monozygotic), in which case they will be genetically identical, or from two separate zygotes (dizygotic).
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zygosity

(zī-gŏs′ĭ-tē)
n.
The genetic condition of a zygote, especially with respect to its being a homozygote or a heterozygote.
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zy·gos·i·ty

(zī-gos'i-tē)
The nature of the zygotes from which twins are derived; e.g., whether by division of one zygote (monozygotic), in which case they will be genetically identical, or from two zygotes, in which case they will be genetically different.
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zy·gos·i·ty

(zī-gos'i-tē)
Nature of the zygotes from which individuals are derived; e.g., whether by separation of the division of one zygote, in which case they will be genetically identical, or from two separate zygotes.
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