mitotic chromosomes

mitotic chromosomes

[mī¦täd·ik ′krō·mə‚sōmz]
(cell and molecular biology)
Condensed, replicated chromosomes held together as sister chromatids by the centromere as part of the process ensuring accurate segregation and transmission of genetic material to the daughter cells during cell division.
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The most frequent haploid number found in 50 metaphase I oocytes was n = 19 mitotic chromosomes (Fig.
Karyotype and nor-banding of mitotic chromosomes of some Vitis L.
Using a multidisciplinary approach, combining acute protein inactivation, 3D-live cell imaging and quantitative methods, I propose to investigate the role of mitotic chromosomes in the fidelity of mitosis at three different levels.
Preparation of mitotic chromosomes of leaf-cutting ants from the genera Atta and Acromyrmex.
Using lentiviral particles also allows effective direct visualization of Nuclei, Nuclear Membrane, Mitotic Chromosomes and Interphase Chromatin, Endosome, Endoplasmic Reticulum, Microtubule, Mitochondria, Golgi, Lysosome, Plasma Membrane, Cytoplasm and Peroxisome in hard to transfect mammalian cells, stem cells and primary cells.
However, there are no available reports on karyotypes obtained from gill tissue of freshwater crayfish although the analysis of mitotic chromosomes provides a good tool to obtain the modal diploid chromosome number.
The observation of mitotic chromosomes showed a sexual chromosomal dimorphism within M.
However under in-vitro conditions if mitotic chromosomes are kept in contact with unpolymerised lamin A/C, some elements on chromosome surface induce polymerization in lamin A and C to form a coat on the surface of chromosomes [4].
They also cover non-vascular plants and their DNA, characterization of phytoplankton, analysis of the cell cycle, endopolyploidy, analysis and sorting of mitotic chromosomes, and analysis of gene expression.