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the branch of biology that studies the cellular aspects of heredity (especially the chromosomes)

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Cytogenetic analysis of giant oocytes and zygotes to assess their relevance for the development of digynic triploidy.
Cytogenetic analysis of eupyrene and apyrene sperm in Tuta absoluta.
In this study, cytogenetic analysis by karyotyping was done for all cases that have clinical features of DS to confirm the clinical diagnosis and to determine the frequency of different types of DS.
The diagnosis of Ewing's Sarcoma was confirmed on histopathology, immunohistochemistry, and cytogenetic analysis.
A bone marrow biopsy with cytogenetic analysis and fluorescent in situ hybridization (FISH) was performed to evaluate the patient's pancytopenia.
Cytogenetic analysis of fetal tissue after SM is recommended for prognostic and diagnostic purposes, and to give a better estimate of the risk of recurrence in future pregnancies.
7) Standard cytogenetic analysis of rPNET show the translocation t(11 ; 22)(q24; q12) and is an supportive tool in making the final diagnosis.
Array comparative genomic hybridization (aCGH) [2] has improved the analysis and characterization of hematopoietic malignancies (1-4) by both discovering previously unknown copy number (CN) changes [often small cryptic lesions that are not identified by conventional cytogenetic analysis or standard fluorescence in situ hybridization (FISH) testing] and comprehensively characterizing breakpoints of known aberrations (5-6).
Cytogenetic analysis of Gambusia holbrooki (Cyprinodontiformes Poecilidae) from the River Sarno.
For cytogenetic analysis, Dyban method, which is a suitable method for analyzing chromosomes of embryo cells, was used with some modifications (34).
All the samples which underwent cytogenetic analysis were processed according to standardized protocols for processing and analysis of peripheral blood samples.
The cytogenetic analysis was carried out in a cytogenetic laboratory in the Department of Biology of the Faculty of Science in Sarajevo.
Samples of spontaneous canine mammary tumors were submitted for histopathological evaluation and for cytogenetic analysis.
Among the topics are rice; a molecular cytogenetic analysis of the structure, evolution, and epigenetic modification of major DNA sequences in centromers of Beta species; misdivision of centromeres; insights from the female meiotic drive in monkeyflowers into the population genetics of selfish centromeres; and the centromere-mediated generation of haploid plants.