Ochoa law


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O·cho·a law

(ō-chō'ah),
the content of the X-chromosome tends to be phylogenetically conserved.

O·cho·a law

(ō-chō'ah law)
The content of the X-chromosome tends to be phylogenetically conserved.

Ochoa,

Severo, Spanish-U.S. biochemist and Nobel laureate, 1905-1993.
Ochoa law - the content of the X-chromosome tends to be phylogenetically conserved.
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