centromeric index

cen·tro·mer·ic in·dex

the ratio of the length of the short arm of the chromosome to that of the total chromosome; ordinarily expressed as a percentage.
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The centromeric index (CI) was used to classify the chromosomes according to Levan et al.
The classification of chromosomes, length of the long (1) and short arms (s), arm ratio, centromeric index (s/1x100), and relative chromosomal length (a chromosome / totalx100) were measured with image analysis systems KAMERAM & Canon A 640 camera.
For each chromosome centromeric index, arm ratio and total length were calculated as described by Levan et al.
The karyotypes were also analyzed by (a) Stebbins (1958) two-way system; (b) Romero Zarco (1986) intra (A1) and inter (A2) chromosomal system; and (c) AI index as proposed by Paszko (2006) which is composed by the chromosome length (CVcl) coefficient of variation and by centromeric index (CVci) coefficient of variation.
Relative length (100 x chromosome length/total haploid length) and centromeric index (100 x length of short arm/total chromosome length) were calculated.
To avoid any possibility of misclassification of the chromosome type, the index (L/S) was determined for 30 pairs of the chromosomes NO 20 from different individuals, finding that the centromeric index was always, within the SM range.
farreri consisted of the following chromosome types: three metacentric (m), four submetacentric (sm), seven submetacentric or subtelocentric (sm-st, centromeric index [+ or -] SD overlaps two categories), four subtelocentric (st), and one subtelocentric or telocentric (st-t) (Table 1).
1964), based on the centromere position, assessed in this work through the determination of the centromeric index (short arm length (p)/total chromosome length (p+q)), was followed to classify chromosomes.
Idiograms were drawn based on mean centromeric index and arranged in order of decreasing size.