Karyotype - Wikipedia
A karyotype is the number and appearance of chromosomes in the nucleus of a eukaryotic cell.The term is also used for the complete set of chromosomes in a species or in an individual organism and for a test that detects this complement or measures the number.
This exercise is a simulation of human karyotyping using digital images of chromosomes from actual human genetic studies. You will be arranging chromosomes into a completed karyotype, and interpreting your findings just as if you were working in a genetic analysis program at a hospital or clinic.
What Is a Karyotype? : chromosome18
What Is a Karyotype? A karyotype is simply a picture of a person’s chromosomes. In order to get this picture, the chromosomes are isolated, stained, and examined under the microscope.
Place this chromosome in the partially completed karyotype below by clicking on its homologous chromosome. If you match the chromosome correctly, you will proceed to the next chromosome.
Karyoweb - a free karyotyping learning tool
Karyotype. The chromosomal constitution of a cell is called karyotype. For human cytogenetically normal individuals the karyotype is composed of 46 chromosomes ( 23 pairs of autosomes and a pair of sexual ones, XX or XY).
The Karyotype: Its Role in Stasis and Variation
An organism with a distinctive karyotype (i.e., with a distinctive set of chromosomes) will often be treated as a distinct species.
Karyotype - Wikipedia
Het karyotype of karyogram van een organisme is een afbeelding van de chromosomen, zoals deze tijdens een bepaald stadium (metafase) van de celdeling te zien zijn onder een microscoop.
Karyotyping: Overview, Procedure, and Risks
Karyotyping is a laboratory procedure that allows your doctor to examine your set of chromosomes. “Karyotype” also refers to the actual collection of chromosomes being examined.
Trisomy 21: The Origin of Down Syndrome
A description of Trisomy 21 (Down syndrome) by Len Leshin, M.D., F.A.A.P.
Karyotypes and Genetic Diseases - Biology Questions
Study the human karyotype and genetic diseases with intelligent sequences of questions and answers.