acrocentric

See metacentric.

acrocentric

<cell biology> A chromosome or chromatids with a non-centrally-located centromere, producing chromosome arms with unequal lengths. ... (13 Nov 1997) ...
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acrocentric

(ak″ro-sen┬┤trik) having the centromere toward one end of the replicating chromosome.
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acrocentric

adjective having a subterminal centromere; `an acrocentric chromosome`
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acrocentric

acrocentric A type of chromosome having the centromere near one end of the replicating chromosome, so that one arm is much longer than the other.
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acrocentric

Type: Term Pronunciation: ak′rō-sen′trik Definitions: 1. Having the centromere close to one end; said of normal chromosomes 13-15 and 21-22.
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acrocentric

[adj] - having a subterminal centromere
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