Definition of Chromatids

1. Noun. (plural of chromatid) ¹

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Definition of Chromatids

1. chromatid [n] - See also: chromatid

Medical Definition of Chromatids

1. The daughter strands of a duplicated chromosome joined together by a centromere. (12 Dec 1998)

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Chromatids

chromatic granule
chromatic number
chromatic numbers
chromatic scale
chromatic scales
chromatic spectrum
chromatic vision
chromatids (current term)
chromatin 3'-phosphatase-5'-hydroxy kinase
chromatin body
chromatin granule
chromatin network
chromatin nucleolus
chromatin particles

Literary usage of Chromatids

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1. Statistical Inference from Genetic Data on Pedigrees by Elizabeth Alison Thompson (2000)
"The crossovers occurring are the same as in Figure 5.i(e) 5.2 From chromatids to crossovers Instead of modeling the crossover locations in a gamete (section ..."

2. Statistics in Molecular Biology and Genetics: Selected Proceedings of a 1997 by Fran├žoise Seillier-Moiseiwitsch (1999)
"Each member of a given homologous pair has two identical sister chromatids, so that each synapsed paired structure consists of four chromatids. ..."

3. The Kansas University Science Bulletin by University of Kansas (1902)
"The individual chromosome near the end of its division has the same form as that with which it started, except for the difference that the chromatids are ..."

4. Crossing Over: The Basics of Evolution : Workbook for Teachers by Edith Dempster (2006)
"Chromosomes divide into pairs of identical chromatids joined to one another ... Each chromosome (consisting of two chromatids) of a pair moves to opposite ..."

5. Contributions from the Bermuda Biological Station for Research by Bermuda Biological Station for Research (1904)
"Thus the chromosome is formed of four chromatids, each of which consists of a continuous chromatin thread extending the length of the two adjacent arms and ..."

6. Fluoride in Drinking Water: A Scientific Review of EPA's Standards by National Research Council (2006)
"Chromosomal Changes and DNA Damage This section describes studies of fluoride's effects on chromosomes and chromatids, formation of micronuclei, ..."

7. A Lifelong Passion: Nicholas and Alexandra: Their Own Story by Andrei Maylunas (2005)
"... circulating lymphocytes which result from the breakage and rejoining of DMA at apparently homologous sites on the 2 chromatids of a single chromosome. ..."

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