routinely evaluate 20 metaphases, and it is possible that this fraction does not always accurately reflect the true clonal composition of the sample.
But sex and meiosis (or the lack of it) posed further challenges to orthopteran cytogeneticists
They don't share food, and their [mating] foreplay isn't much better," says cytogeneticist
Anne-Maree Pearse of Tasmania's Department of Primary Industries, Water and Environment in Kings Meadows.
The genomic resolution of aCGH is approximately equivalent to chromosomal banding at present and, therefore, offers no advantage for a board-certified cytogeneticist
. Finally, aCGH is "noisy" and difficult to interpret unequivocally, a fact that most proponents of this technique tend to downplay.
But a viable cross between the two species can involve time-consuming and expensive techniques such as embryo rescue, says ARS cytogeneticist
But it was the famous cytogeneticist
M.J.D White that contributed most to this task (White 1949, 1951a,b, 1956, 1957, 1961, 1973, 1977; White et al.
Earlier studies had failed to link environmental factors, including smoking and alcohol, to chromosomal defects in egg cells, notes cytogeneticist
Dorothy Warburton at Columbia University.
"One cell is going to get more than the other does," says cytogeneticist
(6) Caine A, Maltby AE, Parkin CA, Waters JJ, Crolla JA, Cytogeneticists
It is not only a help to the clinicians, but to the cytogeneticists
too for resolving the problems in chromosomal identification.
This increases the cytogeneticists
' ability to correctly identify any abnormalities that may be present, resulting in a more accurate diagnosis.
A cooperative effort among pathologists, cytogeneticists
, and hematologists/oncologists is best for accurate diagnosis, prognostication, and determination of the best therapeutic plan.