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To increase cell volume, some specialized cells undergo repeated rounds of DNA replication without cell division (endomitosis), forming a giant polytene chromosome. Polytene chromosomes form when multiple rounds of replication produce many sister chromatids that remain...
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most polytene (molecular biology) Having very large chromosomes with many strands ... Retrieved from "http://en.wiktionary.org/wiki/polytene" ...
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polytene chromosome ( ′päli′tēn ′krōmə′sōm ) ( genetics ) A giant, multistranded, chromosome produced by multiple sounds of endoreduplication and thus
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polytene ( ) adj. Relating to or having large multistranded chromosomes whose corresponding ... various regions in polytene chromosomes and locate the ...
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Polytene chromosomes are giant chromosomes common to many dipteran (two-winged) flies. ... The polytene chromosomes at the right are from the salivary glands ...
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Information about polytene in the free online English dictionary and encyclopedia. ... polytene. polytetrafluoroethylene. Polythalamia. Polythalamous ...
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Minireview about polytene chromosomes in Phaseolus ... Polytene chromosomes represent a special structural organization of polyploid ...
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Documentation about the polytene chromosomes of Phaseolus coccineus ... Different segments of the polytene chromosomes resulted in a differential ...
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Polytene - Definition of Polytene at Dictionary.com a free online dictionary ... Search another word or see polytene on Thesaurus | Reference ...
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posted to variegation polytene heterochromatin h3k9me2 h3k20me2 h1 euchromatin ... posted to inversion phylogenetics polytene by cisevol to the group Drosophila ...
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Polytene Chromosomes of Drosophila ... fruit fly oocyte possess polytene chromosomes, chromosomes that each consist ... Polytene Chromsomes of Drosophila virilis ...
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Polytene chromosomes are produced by repeated replication during synapsis ... Draw the polytene chromosomes as you see them under the microscope. ...
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Drosophila genetics: Meiotic mapping and polytene chromosomes ... Polytene chromosomes in the Drosophila salivary glands have distinctive banding patterns. ...
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Subsequently polytene chromosomes become degraded (stage a3) and a DNA ... During polytene chromosome degradation the 30 nm chromatin loops are released ...
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1: Chromosome Res. 1997 Nov;5(7):463-5. Using PRINS for gene mapping in polytene chromosomes. ... (IRP1A) in polytene salivary gland chromosomes of Chironomus ...
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In polytene cells, heterochromatic sequences are underreplicated because S phase ... Underreplication occurred during the first polytene S phase, yet DNA truncation, ...
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were mapped by in situ hybridization to mosquito polytene chromosomes. ... In Situ Hybridization to A. gambiae PolyteneChromosomes ...
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