chromosome banding


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chromosome banding

[′krō·mə‚sōm ‚ban·diŋ]
(genetics)
Unique patterns of cross striations seen on polytene chromosomes, as in Drosophila.
Unique pattern of stain intensities along each chromosome in mammals and some other species, using any one of various staining procedures; examples are C-, Q-, R-, and G-banding.
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2013: The chromosome banding pattern in two cytotypes (2n = 36 and 38) of blind mole rats from Turkey (Mammalia: Spalacidae).
The chromosome banding data indicated the importance of the techniques mentioned above for comparison among the species within the genera with a conserved chromosome number.
The interrelationships of chromosome banding patterns in procyonids, viverrids, and felids.
Comparative genome analysis in American marsupials: chromosome banding and in-situ hybridization.
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Karyotype analysis and chromosome banding of the Chilean-Peruvian scallop Argopecten purpuratus (Lamarck, 1819).
Chromosome banding patterns of treefrogs (Hylidne) of the eastern United States.
"By combining the techniques of chromosome banding and image analysis, we've begun to unfold some of the mysteries of alfalfa's complex genome," says Hossain.
Chromosome banding by restriction enzyme digestion distinguish between Mus domesticus and Mus musculus karyotypes.
Karyotype analysis of Lilium longiflorum and Lilium rubellum by chromosome banding and fluorescence in situ hybridization.
One of the methods for specific chromosome banding is

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