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[ahy-suh-kawr] /ˈaɪ səˌkɔr/

Physics.. Also, isochor. Also called isometric, isometric line. for a given substance, a curve graphing temperature against pressure, when the volume of the substance is held constant.
Genetics. a large stretch of DNA with a high degree of uniformity in its base pairs.


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  • Isochromatophil

    isochromatophil i·so·chro·mat·o·phil (ī’sə-krō-māt’ə-fĭl’) adj. Having an equal affinity for the same stain. Used of cells and tissues.

  • Isochromosome

    isochromosome i·so·chro·mo·some (ī’sə-krō’mə-sōm’) n. A chromosomal aberration in which two daughter chromosomes are formed, each lacking one chromosome arm but with the other arm doubled.

  • Isochron

    /ˈaɪsəʊˌkrɒn/ noun 1. a line on an isotope ratio diagram denoting a suite of rock or mineral samples all formed at the same time. The slope of the line is related to the age of the rock or mineral suite 2. a line or curve on a geological map or cross section (esp of oceanic […]

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