- Course Syllabus Plant Phys Info Homepage Email Ross Koning. Translocation. The solutes not only need to get into or out of cells, but they need to be moved from one area of a plant to another. We have already seen how water moves through the plant in the xylem: by transpiration!. — “Translocation”,
- Chromosomal translocation summary with 12 pages of lesson plans, quotes, chapter summaries, ***ysis, encyclopedia entries, essays, research information, and more. — “Chromosomal translocation Summary and ***ysis Summary”,
- Definition of translocation from Webster's New World College Dictionary. Meaning of translocation. Pronunciation of translocation. Definition of the word translocation. Origin of the word translocation. — “translocation - Definition of translocation at ”,
- Translocation definition, a change of location. See more. translocation (trāns'lō-kā'shən) Pronunciation Key. A chromosomal aberration in which a chromosomal segment changes position, usually moving from one chromosome to a different, nonhomologous chromosome. — “Translocation | Define Translocation at ”,
- Definition of translocation in the Online Dictionary. Meaning of translocation. Pronunciation of translocation. Translations of translocation. translocation synonyms, translocation antonyms. Information about translocation in the free online. — “translocation - definition of translocation by the Free”,
- CML arises in a bone marrow stem cell that is the precursor to all the types of blood cells. This abnormality is a reciprocal translocation between one chromosome 9 and one chromosome 22. This translocation is designated t(9;22). It results in one chromosome 9 longer than normal and one chromosome 22. — “Chronic Myelogenous Leukemia (CML)”,
- Translocation. The. phloem. is the tissue that. translocates. assimilates from. mature leaves to growing or. storage organs and roots. Translocation. Xylem. Phloem. Phloem. Xylem. Sieve tube. L13S4. Sources and sinks. Sink: non photosynthetic organs. — “Translocation”, cfr.washington.edu
- Detailed information on translocation Down syndrome Translocation Down syndrome refers to the type of Down syndrome that is caused by rearranged chromosome material. — “Translocation Down Syndrome”,
- factors causing translocation and its incidence at different stages translocation of indigenous micro ̄ora in an experimental model of septic shock based. — “Translocation of indigenous micro ̄ora in an experimental”,
- Translocations refers to an intersecting set of perspectives that create the terrain on which we choose to situate ourselves. We will be trans-disciplinary taking in the social sciences, cultural studies, the arts, law and the broad humanities. — “Translocations”, translocations.ie
- Top questions and answers about Translocation. Find 103 questions and answers about Translocation at Read more. — “Translocation - ”,
- Translocation symptoms, causes, diagnosis, and treatment information for Translocation (Translocation Chromosome Disorders) with alternative diagnoses, full-text book chapters, misdiagnosis, research treatments, prevention, and prognosis. — “Translocation - ”,
- Reciprocal translocations. In a reciprocal translocation, two non-homologous chromosomes break and exchange fragments. Individuals carrying such abnormalities still have a balanced complement of chromosomes and generally have a normal phenotype, but with varying degrees of subnormal fertility. — “Translocations”, vivo.colostate.edu
- reciprocal translocation ( ri′siprəkəl ′tranzlō′kāshən ) ( cell and molecular biology ) The special case of translocation in which two segments. — “Chromosomal translocation: Definition from ”,
- In genetics, a chromosome translocation is a chromosome abnormality caused by rearrangement of parts between nonhomologous chromosomes. A gene fusion may be created when the translocation joins two otherwise separated genes, the occurrence of which is common in cancer. — “Chromosomal translocation - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia”,
- Translocation Carrier. Lifestyle, fitness & health information about Translocation Carrier. 5 Things You Need to Know About Causes of Down Syndrome. — “Translocation Carrier | ”,
- Definition of translocation in the Medical Dictionary. translocation explanation. Information about translocation in Free online English dictionary. What is translocation? Meaning of translocation medical term. What does translocation mean?. — “translocation - definition of translocation in the Medical”, medical-
- Removal of things from one place to another; displacement; substitution of one thing for another. There happened certain translocations at the deluge. (genetics) A transfer of a chromosomal segment to a new position, especially on a nonhomologous chromosome; the segment so transferred. — “translocation - Wiktionary”,
- The Cytoplasm to Nucleus Translocation BioApplication allows researchers to study any The Cytoplasm to Nucleus Translocation BioApplication measures translocation events by measuring the relative. — “Thermo Scientific Cellomics High Content Screening Products”,
- Macular translocation involves moving the neurosensory retina in an eye with recent onset subfoveal location to a new location with presumable healthier RPE and choriocapillaries. This review article outlines the current indication, techniques and outcome of this procedure. — “MACULAR TRANSLOCATION SURGERY”,
- RGI has special expertise in chromosome translocations, including treatments for chromosome translocations and advice for dealing with chromosome translocations. — “Chromosome Translocations”,
- Translocation occurs within a series of cells known as the phloem pathway, or phloem transport system, with phloem being the principal food-conducting tissue in vascular plants. Nutrients are translocated in the phloem as solutes in a solution called phloem sap. — “Translocation”,
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“En établissant que la translocation chromosomique t associée à In biology, translocation refers to two completely different processes”
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“About this blog. Authors. Translocation central. Hauturu/Little Barrier Island diary #4. The start of this instalment is a bit sad. It's sad because there are so many species here in Aotearoa that we have lost, never to be seen again. That's about as final as you can get!”
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“If measured as it would be in the game industry of South Africa, this probably means that the ROI of a translocation project in Kenya is pretty low, in turn meaning that many would argue for the money to be used more effectively elsewhere. But I am not sure I agree”
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“Would all Forum users please ensure that your email details are correct. My real issue is with the wholesale translocation of the more widespread reptile species”
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“Blog. If you are actively involved in a reintroduction or translocation project and would a general announcement or updates about your program by posting a blog, please Contact”
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“When this happens with a single chromosome, it is called a balanced translocation. Tags: balanced translocation, chromosomes, genetics. About this Blog. The QUEST Community Science Blog explores local science,”
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