Heterotaxy

Heterotaxy: The abnormal placement of organs due to failure to establish the normal left-right patterning during embryonic development. The morbidity (disease) and mortality (death) from heterotaxy are caused by congenital defects, especially congenital heart disease. Mutations in the zinc finger transcription factor ZIC3 cause an X-linked form of
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Heterotaxy

Het'er·o·tax`y noun [ Hetero- + Greek ... an arrangement, from ... to arrange.] (Biol.) Variation in arrangement from that existing in a normal form; heterogenous arrangement or structure, as, in botany, the deviation in position of the organs of a plant, from the ordinary or typical arran
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heterotaxy

<biology> Variation in arrangement from that existing in a normal form; heterogenous arrangement or structure, as, in botany, the deviation in position of the organs of a plant, from the ordinary or typical arrangement. ... Origin: Hetero- + Gr. An arrangement, fr. To arrange. ... Source: Websters Dictionary ... (01 Mar 1998) ...
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Heterotaxy

• (n.) Variation in arrangement from that existing in a normal form; heterogenous arrangement or structure, as, in botany, the deviation in position of the organs of a plant, from the ordinary or typical arrangement.
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heterotaxy

heterotaxia, heterotaxis, heterotaxy 1. An abnormal arrangement of organs or parts of the body in relation to each other. 2. Anomalous (abnormal) placement or transposition of viscera or parts. 3. An irregular or abnormal arrangement of parts or elements, i.e. in geological strata, body parts, etc....
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