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A Lampbrush chromosome is a large chromosome found especially in the oocytes (immature eggs) of most animals, except mammals. Lampbrush chromosomes occur during the diplotene stage of meiosis I. Lampbrush chromosomes are meiotic bivalents, each consisting of 2 sister chromatids. Each halve-bivalent is represented by two long strands that form many brushlike...
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lampbrush chromosome ( ) n. A large chromosome found especially in the immature eggs of amphibians, consisting of two long strands that form many
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Definition of lampbrush at Dictionary.com with free online dictionary, ... Lampbrush Definition. Find Definitions For Any Word.Get Your Free Dictionary.com Toolbar. ...
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H3 uridine incorporation in lampbrush chromosomes. ... relationship between RNA synthesis and loop structure in lampbrush chromosomes. ...
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Protein VII recruits E1A protein to lampbrush chromosomes. ... It is worth remembering that Xenopus lampbrush chromatin is constituted with histones. ...
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... protein bodies (PB) are the characteristic of galliform lampbrush chromosomes. ... Keywords: centromere; chicken; CNM; cohesin; lampbrush chromosome ...
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Lampbrush chromosome loop66 viewsThis is a part of a lampbrush chromosome, from ... Lampbrush chromosome61 viewsFrog ovary section revealing lampbrush ...
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Definition of lampbrush chromosome from the Merriam-Webster Online Dictionary with audio pronunciations, thesaurus, Word of the Day, and word games.
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Home Encyclopedia Dictionary Atlas K-12 Success College & Grad School Degrees ... Search for "lampbrush chromoso..." in all of MSN Encarta. E-mail this entry ...
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Definition of lampbrush chromosome in the Online Dictionary. Meaning of lampbrush chromosome. ... XX and ZW sex lampbrush chromosomes in Rana rugosa females. ...
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... by 24-48 h resolved into individually recognizable lampbrush chromosomes (LBCs) ... were strikingly similar to those of the endogenous lampbrush bivalents. ...
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Figure 4. Pol III sites in the lampbrush chromosomes of Xenopus. ... Lampbrush loops represent transcriptionally active regions of the chromosome. ...
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... is seen in association with the isolated lampbrush chromosomes. ... strands of a satellite DNA occur on lampbrush chromosome loops of the newt not...
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Lampbrush chromosomes occur ... Ans1) A Lampbrush chromosome (first seen by Flemming in ... Giant chromosomes in the lampbrush form are useful model for ...
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... on the basis of its immunofluorescent staining of lampbrush chromosome loops. ... a phosphorylated epitope stains lampbrush chromosome loops and small granules ...
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... end of the short arms of lampbrush bivalent 2 in the chicken (Gallus ... Single stranded nucleic acid binding structures on chicken lampbrush chromosomes ...
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Information about lampbrush chromosome in Free online English dictionary. ... differences between XX and ZW sex lampbrush chromosomes in Rana rugosa females. ...
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Electron micrographs of Giant Gene-Polytene, Giant Gene Lampbrush & Genes unravelled: m-RNA on Balbiani ring ... gene-lampbrush. 27: Giant gene-lampbrush (HP) ...
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