Navigation Links
Polytene


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...
Full article >>>

most polytene (molecular biology) Having very large chromosomes with many strands ... Retrieved from "http://en.wiktionary.org/wiki/polytene" ...
Full article >>>

polytene chromosome ( ′päli′tēn ′krōmə′sōm ) ( genetics ) A giant, multistranded, chromosome produced by multiple sounds of endoreduplication and thus
Full article >>>

polytene ( ) adj. Relating to or having large multistranded chromosomes whose corresponding ... various regions in polytene chromosomes and locate the ...
Full article >>>

Polytene chromosomes are giant chromosomes common to many dipteran (two-winged) flies. ... The polytene chromosomes at the right are from the salivary glands ...
Full article >>>

Information about polytene in the free online English dictionary and encyclopedia. ... polytene. polytetrafluoroethylene. Polythalamia. Polythalamous ...
Full article >>>

Compare our book prices. Polytene Chromosomes In Genetic Research, for only $69.70 (new). In-stock. Ships immediately. Buy for less at eCampus.com
Full article >>>

Zoology information, history, articles and research from Academic Journals, Newspapers, and magazines at HighBeam.com. Free Trial, Credit Card Required.
Full article >>>

Minireview about polytene chromosomes in Phaseolus ... Polytene chromosomes represent a special structural organization of polyploid ...
Full article >>>

Documentation about the polytene chromosomes of Phaseolus coccineus ... Different segments of the polytene chromosomes resulted in a differential ...
Full article >>>

Polytene - Definition of Polytene at Dictionary.com a free online dictionary ... Search another word or see polytene on Thesaurus | Reference ...
Full article >>>

posted to variegation polytene heterochromatin h3k9me2 h3k20me2 h1 euchromatin ... posted to inversion phylogenetics polytene by cisevol to the group Drosophila ...
Full article >>>

Polytene Chromosomes of Drosophila ... fruit fly oocyte possess polytene chromosomes, chromosomes that each consist ... Polytene Chromsomes of Drosophila virilis ...
Full article >>>

Polytene chromosomes are produced by repeated replication during synapsis ... Draw the polytene chromosomes as you see them under the microscope. ...
Full article >>>

Drosophila genetics: Meiotic mapping and polytene chromosomes ... Polytene chromosomes in the Drosophila salivary glands have distinctive banding patterns. ...
Full article >>>

Subsequently polytene chromosomes become degraded (stage a3) and a DNA ... During polytene chromosome degradation the 30 nm chromatin loops are released ...
Full article >>>

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 ...
Full article >>>

In polytene cells, heterochromatic sequences are underreplicated because S phase ... Underreplication occurred during the first polytene S phase, yet DNA truncation, ...
Full article >>>

were mapped by in situ hybridization to mosquito polytene chromosomes. ... In Situ Hybridization to A. gambiae PolyteneChromosomes ...
Full article >>>


'"/>


(Date:9/18/2014)... protective tentacles of host anemones, but new research shows ... across the open ocean. Although the process of long-distance ... the first time that the high level exchange of ... Steve Simpson, Senior Lecturer in Marine Biology and Global ... the Australian Research Council Centre of Excellence for Coral ...
(Date:9/17/2014)... UCLA atmospheric scientists were instrumental in the creation of ... tool to classify the fire threat potential of the ... a spark into an inferno. The index was introduced ... with UCLA and San Diego Gas and Electric. , ... to "extreme" that will be used to help fire ...
(Date:9/17/2014)... and his doctoral student have designed a device based ... from fog and dew., The device could provide water ... the globe., Cheng Luo, professor in the Mechanical & ... the same College of Engineering department, published "Bioinspired Plate-Based ... (American Chemical Society) Applied Materials & Interfaces ...
Breaking Biology News(10 mins):Expedition finds Nemo can travel great distances to connect populations 2Expedition finds Nemo can travel great distances to connect populations 3UCLA scientists play key role in developing new Santa Ana Wildfire Threat Index 2Shorebird's beak inspires UT Arlington research on water collection 2
... crystals, known to be a catalyst for heart attacks and ... can lead to the inflammation and hardening of arteries, according ... by George Abela, chief of the cardiology division in MSU,s ... new insights into how arteries harden a process called ...
... patches of woods in urban areas seem to provide adequate ... they fly between wintering and breeding grounds, new research has ... of cities worldwide, migrating landbirds increasingly must pass through vast ... on which many species rely. "The good news is ...
... N.Y. (May 18, 2010) -- Symmetry breaking events ... They are required for cell division, development, and movement ... Moreover, in multicellular organisms, symmetry breaking allows the generation ... arrangement of tissues and organs achieved during embryogenesis. ...
Cached Biology News:Cholesterol crystals incite inflammation in coronary arteries 2Even small patches of urban woods are valuable for migrating birds 2Even small patches of urban woods are valuable for migrating birds 3
Other biology dictionary