Difference between revisions of "telocentric"

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|etymology=Greek <i>telos</i>, end; <i>kentron</i>, center of circle
 
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|definition=Chromosomes in which the centromere is terminal.
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|definition=Chromosomes in which the [[centromere]] is [[terminal]].
 
|see also=[[acrocentric]]
 
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Revision as of 23:38, 13 September 2013

telocentric (adjective; Greek telos, end; kentron, center of circle): Chromosomes in which the centromere is terminal.

See also: acrocentric