NOMENCLATURE FOR CENTROMERIC POSITION ON CHROMOSOMES

@article{Levan2009NOMENCLATUREFC,
  title={NOMENCLATURE FOR CENTROMERIC POSITION ON CHROMOSOMES},
  author={A. Levan and K. Fredga and A. Sandberg},
  journal={Hereditas},
  year={2009},
  volume={52},
  pages={201-220}
}
N the inorphologic identification of chromosomes, the location of the I centromere is the most useful landmark, and one which is characterized by great constancy. It would seem that not much could be added to the definitions by E. B. WILSON (1928) of the locations on the chromosome of the centrornere or, in the terminology of that time, the spindle attachment: “Attachment of the chromosome to the spindle is commonly limited to a small area, and is of two general types, namely: (1) terminnl or… Expand

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