- Chromosome map
- The chart of the linear array of genes on a chromosome. A chromosome map can also refer to the visual appearance of a chromosome when stained and examined under a microscope. Particularly important are visually distinct regions, called light and dark bands, which give each of the chromosomes a unique appearance. This feature allows a person's chromosomes to be studied in a clinical test known as a karyotype, which allows scientists to look for chromosomal alterations.
* * *a map showing the position of genetic loci on a chromosome, such as a gene map or cytogenetic map.
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