chromosomal trait

chro·mo·som·al trait

a trait dependent on a recurrent chromosomal aberration.

chro·mo·som·al trait

(krō'mŏ-sŏ'măl trāt)
A characteristic dependent on a recurrent chromosomal aberration.
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The amount of chromosomal traits in the three Acanthurus species from Brazilian coast allows raising a phylogenetic hypothesis to them.
The more useful chromosomal traits picked up in the Levant rose to the top as genetic of dilution was contained.
"By many estimates, vanilla flavor and fragrance is the most popular on Earth--it's in thousands of products." Cameron says other work has shown interesting chromosomal traits in vanilla, and the new study offers hope that the crop will survive into the future despite its lack of genetic diversity.
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