translocation

  1. the transport of dissolved material within a plant
  2. (genetics) an exchange of chromosome parts

translocation

Rearrangement of a chromosome in which a segment is moved from one location to another, either within the same chromosome or to another chromosome. This is sometimes reciprocal, when one fragment is exchanged for another.

Translocation

The process whereby the genetic code present on the m-RNA molecule directs the order of the specific amino acids during protein synthesis or transfer of solutes or other materials such as pesticides from one part of a plant to another.

Translocation

The movement or reciprocal exchange of large-chromosomal segments, typically between two different chromosomes.
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translocation

Transfer of nutrients or virus through the plant.
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translocation

[n] - the transport of dissolved material within a plant 2. [n] - (genetics) an exchange of chromosome parts
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translocation

Rearrangement of a chromosome in which a segment is moved from one location to another, either within the same chromosome or to another chromosome. This is sometimes reciprocal, when one fragment is exchanged for another. ... (18 Nov 1997) ...
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translocation

noun (genetics) an exchange of chromosome parts; `translocations can result in serious congenital disorders`
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translocation

(trans″lo-ka┬┤shәn) movement of a substance from one place to another; used particularly for movement within a biological fluid or across a biological membrane. movement of the ribosome from one codon to the next along the messenger RNA (mRNA) in protein synthesis. the transfer of ...
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Translocation

• (n.) removal of things from one place to another; substitution of one thing for another.
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translocation

(from the article `chromosomal disorder`) ...can be duplicated three (triploidy) or more (polyploidy) times; or one arm or part of one arm of a single chromosome may be missing (deletion). ... ...of chromosomes may occur by inversion, when a chromosomal segment rotates 180 degrees within the same location; by duplication, when a segment...
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Translocation

A mutation in which a large segment of one chromosome breaks off and attaches to another chromosome.
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translocation

A mutation that moves a portion of a chromosome to a new location, generally on a different chromosome.
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Translocation

An error occurring during replication of chromosomes in which a chromosome, or part of it, becomes attached to another chromosome.
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translocation

Type: Term Pronunciation: trans′lō-kā′shŭn Definitions: 1. Transposition of two segments between nonhomologous chromosomes as a result of abnormal breakage and refusion of reciprocal segments. 2. Transport of a metabolite across a biomembrane.
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translocation

(L: trans=across; locus=place; locare to place; to place across) a conservation technique whereby individuals, populations or species are moved to another area with similar habitat. (introduction, reintroduction)
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Translocation

Movement of water and nutrients from one part of a grapevine to another.
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translocation

A genetic change in which a piece of one chromosome breaks off and attaches to another chromosome. Sometimes pieces from two different chromosomes will trade places with each other. Translocations may lead to medical problems such as leukemia, breast cancer, schizophrenia, muscular dystrophy, and Down syndrome.
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translocation

An abnormal rearrangement of the DNA in a chromosome.
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Translocation

Movement of water and nutrients from one part of a grapevine to another.
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Translocation

The process in which nutrients are moved through the grapevine.
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Translocation

1) The movement of a segment from one chromosome to another without altering the number of chromosom
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Translocation

A chromosome aberration which results in a change in position of a chromosomal segment within the ge
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Translocation

The capture, transport and release or introduction of species from one location to another. Translocation as a tool is used to reduce the risk of a catastrophe to a species with a single population, to improve genetic heterogeneity of separated populations of a species, to aid the natural recovery of a species, or re-establish a species where barri...
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Translocation

The movement of food or other materials from one part of a plant to another.
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