Telocentric



adjective, Genetics.
1.
of or relating to any chromosome or chromatid whose centromere is positioned at its end, creating one chromosome arm.
Compare acentric (def 2), acrocentric, metacentric (def 2).
adjective
1.
(genetics) (of a chromosome) having the centromere at or close to the end

telocentric tel·o·cen·tric (těl’ə-sěn’trĭk, tē’lə-)
adj.
Of or relating to a chromosome having the centromere in a terminal position.

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