haploid


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Synonyms for haploid

(genetics) an organism or cell having only one complete set of chromosomes

of a cell or organism having a single set of chromosomes

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The near haploid and low hypodiploid ALL subtypes represent 1 to 2 percent of the estimated 3,000 pediatric ALL cases diagnosed annually in the U.
Microsatellite genotyping cannot detect familial HM, since the method relies on the imbalance of parental haploid genomes observed only in sporadic HM.
The fern life cycle includes a diploid (sporophyte) phase and a haploid (gametophyte) phase.
Normally, eggs and sperm are haploid -- they have half the number of chromosomes of the parent.
Sequencing of a full complement of genetic information in an individual assesses the nucleotide sequences of both maternally and paternally derived haploid genomes, which allows one to determine whether variations relative to a reference sequence are homozygous or heterozygous at specific bases.
11] Subudhi PK, Huang N, (1999) RAPD mapping in a doubled haploid population of rice Oryza sativa L.
They include maize for basic and applied research in plant biology, the Dioscorea true yams as a biological and evolutionary link between eudicots and grasses, the starlet sea anemone Nematostella vectenis as an anthozoan model organism for studying comparative genomics and functional evolutionary biology, ants as models for social complexity, the parasitoid wasp Nasonia for haploid male genetics, and the rabbit Oryctolagus cuniculus for mammalian reproduction and early embryology.
An early, but important, contribution was to correct and extend metrics of relationships for male haploid or X-linked genetic systems (Crozier, 1970), originally discussed by William D.
The Iranian-born doctor and his team developed XY (male) stem cells into haploid gametes--sex cells with half the normal number of chromosomes.
These results indicated maturation of the primordial germ cells to haploid male gametes - called IVD sperm - characterised by containing half a chromosome set (23 chromosomes).
In SCNT, a diploid somatic cell is electrofused with or injected into a haploid enucleated oocyte and activated to develop as during parthenogenesis.
Detection of 'Candidatus Cardinium' bacteria from the haploid host Brevipalpus californicus (Acari: Tenuipalpidae) and effect on the host.
remove the maternal haploid nucleus," then "test tube growth to blastocyst and uterus implant.