euploidy


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euploidy

 [u´ploi-de]
the state of being euploid.

eu·ploi·dy

(yū-ploy'dē),
The state of a cell containing whole haploid sets.
[eu- + G. -ploos, -fold]

euploidy

[yo̅o̅′ploidē]
the state or condition of having a variation in chromosome number that is an exact multiple of the characteristic haploid number. Compare aneuploidy.

euploidy

Genetics The presence, in a particular organism of a normal complement of chromosomes which, in humans, is 2n, where n is the haploid number

eu·ploi·dy

(yū-ploy'dē)
The state of a cell containing whole haploid sets.
[eu- + G. -ploos, -fold]

euploidy

the condition of a cell, tissue or organism that has one or more multiples of a chromosome set, for example, a TRIPLOID (3n). Euploids with more than two sets of chromosomes are POLYPLOIDS.

eu·ploi·dy

(yū-ploy'dē)
The state of a cell containing whole haploid sets.
[eu- + G. -ploos, -fold]

euploidy

the state of being euploid.
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