trisomic

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tri·so·mic

(trī-sō'mik),
Relating to trisomy.

tri·so·mic

(trī-sō'mik)
Relating to trisomy.

trisomic

(tri-som'ik)
In genetics, an individual possessing 2n+1 chromosomes, that is, one set of chromosomes contains an extra (third) chromosome.
See: chromosome; karyotype
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Viability of trisomics, hyper-triploids, hypo-, and hypertetraploids was demonstrated previously in the Pacific oyster (Guo and Allen, 1994a).
The complete set of twenty primary trisomics for soybean (2n = 40 + 1) were provided by T.
the complete set of primary trisomics (2x + 1 = 41) has been difficult to establish because mitotic metaphase chromosomes are morphologically indistinguishable.
Palmer (1976) made an early attempt to develop primary trisomics of soybean.
Primary trisomics are a principal source of monosomics in plants (Singh, 1993).
1] plants involving T31 crosses with 14 other primary trisomics had either 2n = 40 or 2n = 41 chromosomes, as expected.
Monosomics, trisomics, and other chromosome number variants for the group-1 chromosomes were observed.
In the near future, we anticipate the availability of all 20 primary trisomics of soybean (Xu et al.
The extent of morphological variations observed in MAALs reported in this study could not be compared with the primary trisomics of the soybean at this time because all the soybean primary trisomics are in a heterozygous genetic background.
Chromosome location of two isozyme loci in Lolium perenne using primary trisomics.
However, a low occurrence of primary trisomics were observed (Table 2) as well as a single tetraploid.