Cytogene | definition of cytogene by Medical dictionary
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A determinant of an inherited character located in the cytoplasm.
[plasma + gene]
Etymology: Gk, kytos + genein, to produce
a self-replicating particle within the cytoplasm of a cell that is derived from genes in the nucleus and is capable of transmitting hereditary information.
cytogene A nonspecific, older term referring to a self-replicating fragment of DNA or chromosome located in the cytoplasm.
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