[hap-luh-groop] /ˈhæp ləˌgrup/
Genetics. a set of similar haplotypes inherited together, or a group who shares a set of similar haplotypes, used to understand genetic lineages.
[hap-loid] /ˈhæp lɔɪd/ adjective, Also, haploidic 1. single; simple. 2. Biology. pertaining to a single set of chromosomes. noun 3. Biology. an organism or cell having only one complete set of chromosomes, ordinarily half the normal diploid number. /ˈhæplɔɪd/ adjective 1. (esp of gametes) having a single set of unpaired chromosomes noun 2. a haploid […]
haploidy (hāp’loi’dē) The state or condition of being haploid.
[hap-lol-uh-jee] /hæpˈlɒl ə dʒi/ noun, Linguistics. 1. the omission of one of two similar adjacent syllables or sounds in a word, as in substituting morphonemic for morphophonemic or in the pronunciation [prob-lee] /ˈprɒb li/ (Show IPA) for probably. /hæpˈlɒlədʒɪ/ noun 1. omission of a repeated occurrence of a sound or syllable in fluent speech, as […]
[hap-lont] /ˈhæp lɒnt/ noun, Biology. 1. the haploid individual in a life cycle that has a diploid and a haploid phase. /ˈhæplɒnt/ noun 1. (biology) an organism, esp a plant, that has the haploid number of chromosomes in its somatic cells