Chromatids
The daughter strands of a duplicated chromosome joined together by a centromere.

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  • Sister chromatids — are identical copies of a chromosome connected by a centromere. Compare sister chromatids to homologous chromosomes, which are the two different copies of the same chromosome that diploid organisms (like humans) inherit, one from each parent. In… …   Wikipedia

  • sister chromatids — sister chromatids. См. сестринские хроматиды. (Источник: «Англо русский толковый словарь генетических терминов». Арефьев В.А., Лисовенко Л.А., Москва: Изд во ВНИРО, 1995 г.) …   Молекулярная биология и генетика. Толковый словарь.

  • nonsister chromatids — the two chromatids of one homologous chromosome with respect to those of the other homologue …   Medical dictionary

  • sister chromatids — the two chromatids of a chromosome held together by a centromere; dyads …   Medical dictionary

  • sister chromatids — seserinės chromatidės statusas T sritis augalininkystė apibrėžtis Tos pačios chromosomos chromatidės. atitikmenys: angl. sister chromatids rus. сестринские хроматиды …   Žemės ūkio augalų selekcijos ir sėklininkystės terminų žodynas

  • Meiosis — Not to be confused with miosis, mitosis, or myositis. For the figure of speech, see meiosis (figure of speech). Events involving meiosis, showing chromosomal crossover Meiosis (pronounced /maɪˈoʊsɨs/&# …   Wikipedia

  • Cohesin — This article is about the protein complex. For the protein domain in cellulose degrading bacteria, see Cohesin domain. Sister chromatid cohesion protein 1 Cohesin complex composed of SCC1 and SMC1 proteins.[1] …   Wikipedia

  • Mitosis — Not to be confused with meiosis, miosis, or myositis. Mitosis divides the chromosomes …   Wikipedia

  • cell — cell1 cell like, adj. /sel/, n. 1. a small room, as in a convent or prison. 2. any of various small compartments or bounded areas forming part of a whole. 3. a small group acting as a unit within a larger organization: a local cell of the… …   Universalium

  • heredity — /heuh red i tee/, n., pl. heredities. Biol. 1. the transmission of genetic characters from parents to offspring: it is dependent upon the segregation and recombination of genes during meiosis and fertilization and results in the genesis of a new… …   Universalium

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