Translation of chromosomal in Spanish:


cromosómico, adj.

Pronunciation /ˌkroʊməˈsoʊm(ə)l/ /ˌkrəʊməˈsəʊməl/


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    • He refused to accept ideas associating the gene with a particular stretch of chromosomal material.
    • These exposed populations have been shown to have chromosomal damage.
    • Folate deficiency appears to facilitate genetic modification at a fragile chromosomal site.
    • She won the Nobel Prize in 1983 for her discovery of chromosomal instability 50 years ago.
    • Biologic theorists believe chromosomal or nervous system disorders are the cause.
    • Gross chromosomal disturbance would certainly seem likely to cause either cell death or conversion to a cancerous state.
    • Chromosomal analysis through blood tests is also available in some cases.
    • Major chromosomal rearrangements are often found in transformed genomes, suggesting that T-DNA insertion either requires or causes genomic instability.
    • Groups with chromosomal sex determination systems are expected to evince differences among males and females in absolute DNA content.
    • The results are discussed in relation to the chromosomal evolution of the genus.