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the ordering of genes in a haploid set of chromosomes of a particular organism

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The researchers also identified 25 to 36 new single nucleotide mutations in each sperm cell that were not present in the subject's diploid genome.
However, the short generation time (12 weeks), long life span (2-3 years), and relatively small diploid genome make the zebrafish a very attractive experimental model system.
tropicalis has a diploid genome and short generation time, which make it an ideal model organism for multigenerational genetic analysis.
coli, playing a key role in the Sino-British Chicken Genome Project, and completing the sequence of the rice genome, the silkworm genome, the first Asian diploid genome, the potato genome, and, more recently, have sequenced the human Gut Metagenome, and a significant proportion of the genomes for the 1000 Genomes Project.
coli, playing a key role in the Sino-British Chicken Genome Project, and completing the sequence of the rice genome, the silkworm genome, the first Asian diploid genome, the potato genome, and, more recently, the human Gut Metagenome, as well as a significant proportion of the genomes for the1000 Genomes Project.
The chromosome composition of triploid individuals induced by inhibiting the release of the second polar body released is based on the addition of a set of haploid chromosome to the diploid genome, so that the chromosome types of triploids should theoretically be identical to that of diploids.
A micronucleus contains the whole diploid genome of the organism.
coli outbreak, playing a key role in the Sino-British Chicken Genome Project, and completing the sequence of the rice genome, the silkworm genome, the first Asian diploid genome, the potato genome, the human Gut Metagenome, and a significant proportion of the genomes for the 1,000 Genomes Project.