The number, forms, and types of chromosomes in a cell.
An arrangement of chromosomes by size and morphology to detect changes in chromosomal structure and arrangement; used to aid in identification of species and subspecies within a species.
typos = mark; a photomicrograph of all chromosomes from a nucleus arrested in metaphase, which chromosomes are then cut out and arranged in order of size.
A photograph of the chromosomes from an individual cell, usually lined up in homologous pairs, according to size. Missing, extra, or abnormal chromosomes can then be easily identified, aiding in the diagnosis of genetic disorders.
chromosome complement of a cell or organism: represented by an arrangement of metaphase chromosomes according to their lengths and centromere position.
a method of organizing the chromosomes of a cell in relation to number, size, and type
A photomicrograph of size-ordered, banded chromosomes that enables low-resolution physical mapping of features.
the standardized classification and arrangement of photographed chromosomes.
Full set of chromosomes of a cell arranged with respect to size, shape, and number.
analysis of the number, size and shape of an individual's chromosomes.
Chromosome analysis of a person.
the chromosomal characteristics of a cell
the chromosomal constitution of the cell nucleus; also refers to the photomicrograph display of chromosomes
the complete set of chromosomes of a cell or organism.
Chart in which photographs of a person's chromosomes, made through a microscope, are arranged according to size and structure to reveal any chromosomal abnormalities. (53)
the entire chromosome complement of an individual cell, as seen during the mitotic phase
Refers to the collection of chromosomes in a cell or in an individual. For example, the human male karyotype has 23 pairs of autosomes, an X chromosome, and a Y chromosome.
A complete description of the number and morphology (often a photograph) of all the chromosomes in a cell as they appear at mitosis or meiosis.
The character of the chromosomes defined by their size, shape, and number.
the appearance of the chromosomal makeup of a somatic cell in an individual or species (including the number and arrangement and size and structure of the chromosomes)
a display of the chromosomes of a single cell
a display of the chromosomes within a single cell
a highly magnified image of all the chromosomes from one cell
an actual photograph of the chromosomes from one cell
an image of all the chromosomes, matched into pairs and lined up from biggest to smallest, so you can make sure they are all there, and there are no extras
a pattern of chromosomes grouped into pairs and then organized by size starting with the largest
a standard arrangement of a photographed or imaged stained metaphase spread in which chromosome pairs are arranged in order of decreasing length
A photograph of the chromosomes of a single cell, as seen down a microscope, cut out and arranged in pairs, based on their size and banding pattern after chemical staining.
The systematic arrangement of the 46 human chromosomes of a cell in 23 matched pairs by length from longest to shortest and other features.
A photographic reproduction of the chromosomes of a cell in metaphase arrangedaccording to standard classification. X Y Z
The description of chromosomes, their shape and size etc.
the shape, size, and number of an individual's or species' somatic (non-sex) chromosomes
Number and length of chromosomes in a cell
A photomicrograph of an individual's complete set of chromosomes arranged in homologous pairs and ordered by size. Karyotypes show the number, size, shape and banding pattern of each chromosome type. They can be used to determine if there are large abmormalities in the chromosomes, such as a major deletion, insertion or translocation.
An organised profile of an individual's chromosomes. A description or display of the number and types of chromosomes of an individual.
A systematic arrangement of the 46 human chromosomes. The arrangement is displayed as 23 matched pairs.
The number of chromosomes present in a given genome and the form that they assume (including banding patterns) when they condense (see Chapter 5). A karyotype is defined entirely by microscopic observation. See Karyotype in the MGI Glossary.
A chromosomal analysis conducted on tissue or blood.
microscopic image of a set of chromosomes so their number and size can be checked. to top of page
A display of the chromosomes, ordered according to length.
KAR-ee-o-type A size-order chart of chromosomes. 286
An arrangement of homologous chromosomes according to their size to form a chart.
The chromosome complement of an individual defined by the number, the form and the size of the chromosomes at metaphase of mitosis.
The physical appearance of the full complement of stained chromosomes for an individual.
The classified chromosome complement of an individual or cell.
A description of the number and structure of the chromosomes of an individual
A blood test to check for the number of chromosomes in cells
A chromosome analysis.
Usually refers to the cut out and arranged pairs of chromosomes from a photograph of a cell representing an individual. The term can also refer the the chromosomal constitution of a person, i.e "she has a normal female karyotype".
organized picture of chromosomes
The entire chromosome compliment of an individual or cell, as seen during mitotic metaphase.
a photograph of a cell’s chromosomes, arranged in order from largest to smallest.
A test which looks at the number and appearance of the chromosomes of an individual. The karyotype of an unborn baby can be done on cells taken from the fluid removed from the womb by amniocentesis.
The collection of chromosomes from the nucleus of a cell arranged according to established guidelines; the photomicrograph of chromosomes.
an ordered picture of the chromosome pairs, arranged largest to smallest by convention.
The chromosome constitution of a cell, an individual, or of a related group of individuals, as defined both by the number and the morphology of the chromosomes, usually in mitotic metaphase; chromosomes arranged in order of length and according to position of centromere; also, the abbreviated formula for the chromosome constitution, such as 47, XX + 21 for human trisomy-21 (Down's syndrome).
picture of all the chromosomes in the cell lined up in their pairs.
A photographic representation of the chromosomes of a single cell, cut and arranged in pairs based on their size and banding pattern according to a standard classification
A study of the chromosomes of the tissue. Used for genetic studies.
the gross morphology of the chromosome set, described in terms of number, length, centromere position, etc.
the number, size, and morphology of the chromosome set of a cell, individual, or species
A test that displays the chromosome after relevant cells are grown in tissue culture. A normal female karyotype is designated 46,XX and a normal male karyotype 46,XY. Examples of karyotypes are illustrated in WebPage8.
A photograph of a person's chromosomes, arranged according to size
A magnified photographic array of the chromosomes derived from an individual cell.
A photomicrographic representation of a person's chromosomal constitution arranged according to the Denver classification.
The total display of the 46 chromosomes in mitosis.
The chromosome characteristics (number, shape, etc) of an individual cell or cell line, usually presented as a systematized array in pairs. (SMD)
A photomicrograph that arranges a cells chromosomes to show their number, size, and type.
A picture of the chromosome from one cell that is used to check for abnormalities
A picture of the chromosomes.
A complete set of chromosomes for an organism; humans have 23 pairs, or 46 chromosomes.
A set of photographed, banded chromosomes arranged in order from largest to smallest in a standard format showing the number, size, and shape of each chromosome type; used in low-resolution physical mapping to correlate gross chromosomal abnormalities with the characteristics of specific diseases.
A photomicrograph of an individual's chromosomes arranged in a standard format showing the number, size, and shape of each chromosome type; used in low-resolution physical mapping to correlate gross chromosomal abnormalities with the characteristics of specific diseases.
The set of chromosomes possessed by an individual, including the number of chromosomes and any abnormalities in individual chromosomes. The term is also used to refer to a photograph of an individual's chromosomes.
The chromosome characteristics of an individual or cell line. Chromosomes arranged in order of length and according to position of centromere. Important in the diagnosis of certain hereditary diseases.
The array of chromosomes in a cell.
See chromosome analysis.
an analysis of the chromosomes.
An arranged pictorial presentation of the chromosomes of a cell.
An arrangement of chromosomes based on shape, size and position of centromeres.
The chromosome complement of an individual or cell, as seen during mitotic metaphase. In mice, a normal karyotype has 40 sister chromatid pairs.
the form and appearance of an organism's genome at metaphase.
the chromosome profile of an individual. Useful in determining possible relationships between individuals as well as chromosomal abnormalities and irregularities.
The total chromosomal complement of an individual; usually represented as a formal arrangement of photographed chromosomes in a single cell.
A standard arrangement of photographic or computer-generated images of chromosome pairs from a cell in ascending numerical order, from largest to smallest.
The chromosomal constitution of an individual.
The chromosomal complement of a cell, individual or species often shown as a picture of chromosomes arranged in order from largest to smallest.
Number, sizes, and shapes of the entire set of metaphase chromosomes of a eukaryotic cell. ( Figure 9-33)
The constitution (typically number and size) of chromosomes in a cell or individual.
The chromosomal constitution of a cell which may vary between individuals of a single species, depending on the presence or absence of particular sex chromosomes or on the incidence of translocations between sections of different chromosomes.
Pictorial representation of an individual's chromosomes.
The number, size and shape of the chromosomes of an individual. Also used for the photomicrograph of an individual's chromosomes arranged in a standard manner.
The chromosomal complement of an individual, including the number of chromosomes and any abnormalities. The term is also used to refer to a photograph of an individual's chromosomes. [ Talking Glossary
A karyotype is a standardized arrangement of all the chromosomes of a cell. In normal diploid organisms, autosomal chromosomes are present in two identical copies, although polyploid cells have multiple copies of chromosomes and haploid cells have single copies. The chromosomes are arranged and displayed (often on a photo) in a standard format known as an idiogram: in pairs, ordered by size and position of centromere for chromosomes of the same size.