autosome

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autosome

[′ȯd·ō‚sōm]
(genetics)
Any chromosome other than a sex chromosome.
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5 to 1 Mb, 1 to 5 Mb and 5 to 10 Mb in each autosomal chromosome are presented in Table 3.
Although the TMRCAs of the mtDNA and Y chromosomes are around the same date as the earliest fossils with modern morphology, the much higher levels of retained diversity in the autosomal chromosomes are only compatible with an earlier bottleneck, not with two people.
Using a new kind of SNP microarray chip, the investigators assessed a set of 104,268 SNPs that were localized to the autosomal chromosomes.
Differences in the error mechanisms affecting sex and autosomal chromosomes in women of different ages within the reproductive age group.
An abnormal number of sex and autosomal chromosomes in male and female germ cells may cause pregnancy loss, pregnancy delay, spontaneous abortion, and fetal and prenatal mortality or may be responsible for chromosomal/malformation syndromes in newborns (1,2).

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