cytogeneticist


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a geneticist who specializes in the cellular components associated with heredity

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Cynthia Fruchtman, a former cytogeneticist, earned her juris doctor from Chicago-Kent College of Law in 1986.
Naeem, a cytogeneticist at Baylor College of Medicine in Houston.
The cytogeneticist, Barbara McClintock, had to wait about forty years until 1983, when she was 81 years old.
Kindiger's team included ARS molecular biologist Ann Blakey, ARS geneticists Dapeng Bai and Yong Li, visiting Russian cytogeneticist Victor Sokolov, Moldavian corn breeder Sergiu Cealic, and technician Luida Cealic, also from Moldavia.
The American Chestnut Foundation (ACF) was founded in 1982 by Philip Rutter and Charles Burnham, the latter a world-renowned cytogeneticist.
Further, analysis and detection of subtle abnormalities can be subject to the expertise of cytogeneticist.
The advent of molecular technologies has given the modern cytogeneticist additional, higher-resolution tools to work with for the detection of CNVs.
Editor Singh is an agronomist and plant cytogeneticist who has brought passion, method, and innovation to his own research and, with this series, to the dissemination of knowledge.
It is fair, in this context, to remember that Michael White was the first population cytogeneticist to recognize and study the importance of changes in genetic recombination produced by re-arrangements, in the evolution of species.
Our work in structural variation is showing that no one is really normal," says Charles Lee, a cytogeneticist at Brigham and Women's Hospital and Harvard Medical School in Boston.
Emil Sebesta, the USDA-ARS wheat cytogeneticist at Oklahoma State University from 1958 to 1988, who produced the translocation lines that were used to develop these genetic stocks.
Then, graduate student Oscar Riera-Lizarazu, working with Rines and UM cytogeneticist Ronald Phillips, discovered that many of the slower growing plants contained both oat and corn chromosomes.
At the time of his death he was acknowledged as the world's leading cytogeneticist.
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.