chromosomal localization

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chromosomal localization (plural chromosomal localizations)

  1. (genetics) specified location on a chromosome in the context of a karyotype
    • 2000, Cooper, Geoffrey M., “Heredity, Genes, and DNA”, in The Cell: A Molecular Approach[1], edition Second edition, ISBN 0878931198, OCLC 43708665, page ch.3/sec.2:
      Early genetic studies focused on the identification and chromosomal localization of genes that control readily observable characteristics, such as the eye color of Drosophila.
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