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chromosome

noun   /ˈkrəʊ.mə.səʊm/
any of the rod-like structures found in all living cells, containing the chemical patterns that control what an animal or plant is like cromosoma X and Y chromosomes sex chromosomes173
chromosomal adjective   /ˌkrəʊ.məˈsəʊ.məl/
(Definition of chromosome from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

chromosome

noun /ˈkrouməˌsoum/
(biology) one of the thread-shaped structures that are found in the central part (= nucleus) of living cells and contain genes Cromosoma Human cells have 23 pairs of chromosomes.
(Definition of chromosome from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “chromosome”
in Vietnamese nhiễm sắc thể…
in Malaysian kromosom…
in Thai โครโมโซม…
in Chinese (Simplified) 染色体…
in Turkish kromozom…
in Russian хромосома…
in Indonesian kromoson…
in Chinese (Traditional) 染色體…
in Polish chromosom…
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