monosome


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monosome

[′män·ə‚sōm]
(cell and molecular biology)
A single ribosome attached to messenger ribonucleic acid.
A chromosome in the diploid chromosome complement that lacks a homolog.
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ph1b], the former can be obtained by crossing a bridge parent and Jing 411 every generation) were selected in the subsequent generations for further crossing; and finally, the SCAR marker was used at the seed or seedling stage to screen the 5B chromosome monosome (5[B.
In this strategy, all 5B chromosome monosomes with the ph1b locus could be screened accurately by the SCAR marker instead of by cytological identification (Fig.
1] genome and the other monosome a homoeologue from the [G.
Based on double monosomic analysis (Table 2), K2-10 does not have the same monosome as K46.