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Čeština: Stavba chromosomu (schématicky). (1) = chromatida, (2) = centromera, (3) = krátké raménko, (4) = dlouhé raménko
Deutsch: Schema eines Chromosoms: 1. Chromatid, 2. Centromer (auch Spindelfaseransatzstelle genannt), der Punkt, an dem sich die beiden Chromatiden berühren, 3. Kurzer Arm. (p-Arm), 4. Langer Arm. (q-Arm). Entsprechend der üblichen Darstellung in der Cytogenetik ist der kurze Arm oben, der lange unten.
English: Scheme of a Chromosome. (1) Chromatid. One of the two identical parts of the chromosome after S phase. (2) Centromere. The point where the two chromatids touch, and where the microtubules attach. (3) Short (p) arm (4) Long (q) arm. In accordance with the display rules in Cytogenetics, the short arm is on top.
日本語: 染色体: (1) 染色分体:染色体に含まれる2つの同一の部分のうちの片方 (2) セントロメア: 2つの染色分体が接合する場所で、ここに微小管が結合する (3) 短腕 (4) 長腕
Nederlands: Afb. 1. Chromosoom: 1. Chromatide, 2. Centromeer, 3. Korte arm, 4. Lange arm
Français : Schéma d'un chromosome métaphasique : (1). Chromatide. Présence d'une molécule d'ADN dans une chromatide. (2). Centromère. Région du chromosome au niveau de laquelle les deux chromatides - donc les deux molécules d'ADN - sont "liées" l'une à l'autre. (3). Bras court (4). Bras long. Conformément aux conventions de représentation, le bras court a été positionné dans la partie supérieure.
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