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 Übersetzung für 'Y chromosome' von Englisch nach Deutsch
NOUN   a Y chromosome | Y chromosomes
biol.
Y chromosome
Y-Chromosom {n}
Teiltreffer
med.
Roux-en-Y gastric bypass <R/Y gastric bypass>
Roux-en-Y-Magenbypass {m} <R/Y-Magenbypass>
phys.
Y boson <Y>
Y-Boson {n} <Y>
biol.
chromosome
Chromosom {n}
68
biol.med.
chromosome abnormalities
Chromosomenabnormalitäten {pl}
biol.
chromosome-specific {adj}
chromosomenspezifisch
biol.
chromosome identification
Chromosomenidentifizierung {f}
biol.
chromosome individuality
Chromosomenindividualität {f}
biochem.
interphase chromosome
Interphasechromosom {n}
biol.
chromosome research
Chromosomenforschung {f}
biol.
paternal chromosome
paternales Chromosom {n}
biol.
chromosome condensation
Chromosomenkondensierung {f}
med.
chromosome translocation
chromosomale Translokation {f}
biol.
chromosome arms
Chromosomenarme {pl}
biol.
balancer chromosome
Balancer-Chromosom {n}
biochem.
metaphase chromosome
Metaphasechromosom {n}
biochem.
prophase chromosome
Prophasechromosom {n}
biol.med.
chromosome abnormality
Chromosomenabnormalität {f}
biol.
chromosome map
Chromosomenkarte {f}
biochem.
host chromosome
Wirtschromosom {n}
biol.
chromosome set
Chromosomensatz {m}
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Anwendungsbeispiele Englisch
  • The large predominance of Y-Chromosome Haplogroup R1b, common throughout Western Europe, is testimony to a considerable input from various waves of (predominantly male) Western Steppe Herders from the Pontic–Caspian steppe during the Bronze Age.
  • For example, the SRY gene on the Y chromosome encodes the transcription factor TDF and is vital for male sex determination during development.
  • Progress in DNA sequencing, specifically mitochondrial DNA (mtDNA) and then Y-chromosome DNA (Y-DNA) advanced the understanding of human origins.
  • Modern genetic studies of Northwestern Cameroonian Chadic-speaking populations have observed high frequencies of the Y-Chromosome Haplogroup R1b in these populations (the R1b-V88 variant).
  • The Y chromosome contains a sex-determining gene (SRY) that encodes a transcription factor for the protein TDF (testis determining factor) and triggers the creation of testosterone and anti-Müllerian hormone for the embryo's development into a male.

  • In 2017, a study of mitochondrial DNA, X-chromosome (maternal lineage) markers and Y-chromosome (male lineage) markers found that the Himalayan wolf was genetically basal to the Holarctic grey wolf and has an association with the African golden wolf.
  • In 2013 a DNA test performed on multiple different families who claimed descent from Confucius found that they shared the same Y chromosome as reported by Fudan University.
  • The results found differences in the Y chromosome SNPs of the two mummies which indicated different paternal lineages and concluded that Nakht-Ankh and Khnum-Nakht were half-brothers but Y chromosome sequences were not complete enough to determine paternal haplogroup.
  • In mammals, the sex of the offspring is determined by the sperm cell: a spermatozoon bearing an X chromosome will lead to a female (XX) offspring, while one bearing a Y chromosome will lead to a male (XY) offspring.
  • Y-chromosome haplogroup N-VL29 makes up 20%, came from Siberia 3500 years ago.

  • The fact that human Y-chromosome DNA (Y-DNA) is paternally inherited enables patrilines and agnatic kinships of men to be traced through genetic analysis.
  • A Y chromosome study by Wood et al. (2005) tested various Sub-Saharan populations, including 26 Maasai men from Kenya, for paternal lineages.
  • According to this hypothesis, one reason for why the average lifespan of males isn't as long as that of females––by 18% on average, according to the study––is that they have a Y chromosome which can't protect an individual from harmful genes expressed on the X chromosome, while a duplicate X chromosome, as present in female organisms, can ensure harmful genes aren't expressed.
  • Y-chromosome SNP haplogroup analysis showed Lithuanians to be closest to Latvians and Estonians.
  • Five autosomal acrocentric chromosomes: 13, 14, 15, 21, 22; and the Y chromosome is also acrocentric.

  • The most important demographic influence in the modern Portuguese seems to be the oldest one; current interpretation of Y-chromosome and mtDNA data suggests that the Portuguese have their origin in Paleolithic peoples that began arriving to the European continent around 45,000 years ago.
  • They have been specially researched in bacterial chromosomes and in the so-called Bacterial Interspersed Mosaic Elements (BIMEs) scattered over them.
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