Difference between revisions of "karyotype"

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|etymology=Greek <i>karyon</i>, nucleus; <i>typos</i>, image
 
|etymology=Greek <i>karyon</i>, nucleus; <i>typos</i>, image
|definition=The particular chromosome complement of an individual or species, as defined by both number and morphology of the chromosomes, usually in mitotic metaphase.
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|definition=The particular [[chromosome complement]] of an individual or [[species]], as defined by both number and [[morphology]] of the chromosomes, usually in [[mitotic]] [[metaphase]].
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Revision as of 00:40, 14 September 2013

karyotype (noun; Greek karyon, nucleus; typos, image): The particular chromosome complement of an individual or species, as defined by both number and morphology of the chromosomes, usually in mitotic metaphase.