metacentric

[adj] - having two equal arms because of the median position of the centromere
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metacentric

Descriptive of a chromosome that has its centromere (kinetochore) at or near the middle of the chromosome, as opposed to acrocentric with the centromere near one end.
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metacentric

<genetics> Descriptive of a chromosome that has its centromere (kinetochore) at or near the middle of the chromosome, as opposed to acrocentric with the centromere near one end. ... (18 Nov 1997) ...
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metacentric

adjective having two equal arms because of the median position of the centromere; `a metacentric chromosome`
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metacentric

(met″ә-senĀ“trik) having the centromere near the middle, so that the arms of the chromosome are approximately equal in length.
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metacentric

Type: Term Pronunciation: met′ă-sen′trik Definitions: 1. Having the centromere about equidistant from the extremities, said of a chromosome.
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