karyotype

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the appearance of the chromosomal makeup of a somatic cell in an individual or species (including the number and arrangement and size and structure of the chromosomes)

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Growth curve, Microbial analysis, Karyogram, Cell apoptosis and Cell cycle of Angora goat: The growth curve of the AGF cell line assumed as typical "S" shape (Fig.
For example, a cytogenomic array that produces a karyogram, showing a deletion of chromosome 13q14 in the DNA from tumor cells of a patient with chronic lymphocytic leukemia.
On the basis of these spreads, we have generated a preliminary karyogram for both species of strongylocentrotid sea urchins.
Each chapter briefly covers the clinical and hematological and pathological features of the disease in question as well as its immunophenotype; appearance on karyogram and microscopic film; thoughts on diagnosis and treatment, and related cytogenetic and molecular genetic abnormalities.
flavovirens in the Middle Atlas, which differs both in its karyogram and its morphology (smaller leaves and flowers), is a good illustration of this cytotype variation of allopolyploid origin.
Cytogenetic features, mitotic metaphase chromosomes, karyogram and course of meiosis of Hersiliola bayrami were determined based on Giemsa-stained testicular chromosomes for the first time.
Cytogenetic analysis of the bone marrow using conventional cytogenetic techniques showed that the ISCN karyogram was: 42-43, X, −X, −4, −8, −13, +mar1-mar5 [cp6]/46, XX[2] [Figure 1].