6 edition of The diploids found in the catalog.
Reprint of the ed. published by Avon Book Division, New York, N.Y.
|Statement||Katherine MacLean ; with a new afterword by Susan Wood.|
|Series||The Gregg Press science fiction series, Gregg Press science fiction series|
|LC Classifications||PS3563.A31799 D5 1981|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||200 p. :|
|Number of Pages||200|
|LC Control Number||80026893|
So far, we have mainly been considering diploid organisms—organisms with two homologous chromosome sets in each cell. As we have seen, the diploid condition is designated 2n, where n stands for the number of chromosomes in one chromosome set. For example, the pea cell contains two sets of seven chromosomes, so 2n = The organisms that we encounter most often in our daily lives Author: Anthony Jf Griffiths, Jeffrey H Miller, David T Suzuki, Richard C Lewontin, William M Gelbart. Diploid definition: (of cells or organisms) having pairs of homologous chromosomes so that twice the haploid | Meaning, pronunciation, translations and examples.
This feature is not available right now. Please try again later. The Diploids is a tour de force and is worth the price of the entire collection of stories. It is the only novella and this allows here to expand on her story writing. And expand she does. The story clocks in at only 66 pages, but reads like a much longer story. Her `chapters' of 8 or so pages were so dense, that I was only able to read one at /5(3).
Ditloids puzzles provide an easy source of materials for organizational development and team building exercises, team building games and quizzes of all sorts. Ditloids are fun because the format is very quick and simple, and they combine aspects of maths, logic, lateral thinking and general knowledge. In a diploid state the haploid number is doubled, thus, this condition is also known as 2n. An example of a cell in a diploid state is a somatic cell. In humans, the somatic cells typically contain 46 chromosomes in contrast to human haploid gametes (egg and sperm cells) that have only 23 chromosomes. Word origin: from Greek diplous, double.
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A comment about the version of The Diploids offered here. Don't let the oversized version of the book fool you into thinking this is a larger print, easier to read book. The text is just like that of a standard mass market paperback only with very large gaps above and below/5(4).
The Diploids - Kindle edition by MacLean, Katherine. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Use features like bookmarks, note 4/4(1). Ploidy (/ ˈ p l ɔɪ d i /) is the number of complete sets of chromosomes in a cell, and hence the number of possible alleles for autosomal and pseudoautosomal genes.
Somatic cells, tissues, and individual organisms can be described according to the number of sets of chromosomes present (the "ploidy level"): monoploid (1 set), diploid (2 sets), triploid (3 sets), tetraploid (4 sets. Diploid definition, double; twofold. See more.
Having two sets of chromosomes or double the haploid number of chromosomes in the germ cell, with one member of each chromosome pair derived from the ovum and one from the spermatazoon.
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ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: Reprint of the ed. published by Avon Book Division, New York, N.Y. Description: pages: portrait ; 21 cm. Provincia presents a world where a tenth of the population consists of shapeshifting humans with biform natures. Some varieties are selfish and evil, others are warm-hearted and generous.
Diploids are as variegated as the humans around them. Their natures are revealed in a series of conflicts they are involved in. Blood-thirsty harpines, flying sylphine nurses, underground gnomi miners, turtle. The Diploids by Katherine MacLean () Science fiction author Katherine MacLean died September 1 at age She began writing in the late s and her first published story appeared in the October issue of John W.
Campbell's Astounding Science was an earlier story submitted to Campbell, however, that raised editorial : Jerry House. The book is poignant, funny, tragic, and truthful.
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The presence of haploids in the EP diploid clutch suggests a failure in the EP process (for example, the press failing to hold pressure).Cited by: In The Chlamydomonas Sourcebook, 2.
Recovery of haploid cells from diploids. Diploid cells formed in sexual crosses have the constitution mt + /mt − but mate as minus (see Chapter 5).Gametes made from diploid cells will mate readily with wild-type plus gametes, but product viability will be poor in the first round of crossing due to formation of aneuploid cells in the triploid meiosis.
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The majority of the genetic inferences about dikaryons, diploids, and their interactions reviewed by John Raper in Genetics of Sexuality in Higher Fungiin remain essentially unchanged to the present.
This review examines the immediate and long-term consequences of dikaryosis, with comparison to diploidy. In keeping with the theme of Raper’s book Genetics of Sexuality in Higher Fungi, it Cited by: diploid [dip´loid] 1.
having a pair of each chromosome characteristic of a species (2n or, in man, 46). a diploid individual or cell. diploid (dip'loyd), Denoting the state of a cell containing two haploid sets derived from the father and from the mother respectively; the normal chromosome complement of somatic cells (in humans, 46 chromosomes.
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adj. Double or twofold. Genetics Having a pair of each type of chromosome, so that the basic chromosome number is doubled: diploid somatic cells. diploids; diploids; diploidy. The Diploids eBook: Katherine MacLean: : Kindle Store.
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adj. Genetics Having a pair of each type of chromosome, so that the basic chromosome number is doubled: diploid somatic cells. Diploids - definition of diploids by The Free Dictionary.
edictionary. Read "The Diploids" by Katherine MacLean available from Rakuten Kobo. Through Katherine MacLean's artistry and imagination you'll soar through space, you'll touch the stars, you'll bask in t Brand: Orion Publishing Group.Diploid definition is - having two haploid sets of homologous chromosomes.
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