terminalization

terminalization

the process of apparent movement of CHIASMATA to the ends of the chromosomes in late prophase of MEIOSIS.
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It covers assessment, operative preparation, incisions, anesthesia, and nailbed repair, infections, flexor and extensor tendon repair, closed tendon ruptures, thumb MCP (metacarpophalangeal) joint ulnar collateral ligament repair, digital nerve repair, replantation and revascularization, the spaghetti wrist, local and regional hand flaps, and digital terminalization, with information on rehabilitation after the procedures.
Rodrigue J-P, Notteboom T, 2009, "The terminalization of supply chains: reassessing the role of terminals in port/hinterland logistical relationships"Mar///we Policy and Management 36 165-183
According to Kaur and Grover, the lagging chromosomes can be attributed to the delayed terminalization and stickiness of chromosomal terminals or due to the collapse of chromosomal movement [35].
"The Terminalization of Supply Chains: Reassessing the Role of Terminals in Port/Hinterland Logistical Relationships," Maritime Policy and Management, (36:2), 2009, pp.
The chromosomes in precocious migration in metaphases I may have originated from univalents in diakinesis or have been a result of precocious terminalization of chiasma and the late terminalization of these chiasmas makes the laggard chromosomes in anaphase I (SOUZA-KANESHIMA et al., 2010).
A matter of situation: chiasma lozalization, chiasma terminalization, terminal associations.--The use of crossing over as a means to construct genetic maps of organisms, assumed that crossovers occurred at random along paired bivalents during meiotic first prophase.
The random distribution of chiasmata observed within the heterochromatic pseudoautosomal segments in deer mice (Hale and Greenbaum, 1986; Sudman and Greenbaum, 1990; Hale et al., 1991) and other rodent species (Murer-Orlando and Richer, 1983; Schmid et al., 1987; Latos-Bielenska and Vogel, 1992) could simply reflect progressive terminalization from a small recombinational hotspot located near the X and Y centromeres.