Definition of Meiotic. Meaning of Meiotic. Synonyms of Meiotic

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Semeiotic
Semeiotic Se`mei*ot"ic, or Semiotic Se`mi*ot"ic, a. [Gr. ????, fr. shmei^on a mark, a sign.] 1. Relating to signs or indications; pertaining to the language of signs, or to language generally as indicating thought. 2. (Med.) Of or pertaining to the signs or symptoms of diseases.
Semeiotics
Semeiotics Se`mei*ot"ics, or Semiotics Se`mi*ot"ics, n. Semeiology.

Meaning of Meiotic from wikipedia

- "premeiotic S-phase" or "meiotic S-phase". Immediately following DNA replication, meiotic cells enter a prolonged G2-like stage known as meiotic prophase. During...
- protein is required for mitotic and meiotic recombination, whereas the DNA repair protein, DMC1, is specific to meiotic recombination. In the archaea, the...
- Meiotic drive is a type of intragenomic conflict, whereby one or more loci within a genome will affect a mani****tion of the meiotic process in such a...
- The meiotic recombination checkpoint monitors meiotic recombination during meiosis, and blocks the entry into metaphase I if recombination is not efficiently...
- Meiotic chromosomal crossover (CO) recombination facilitates the proper segregation of homologous chromosomes. This is because, at the end of meiotic...
- with DNA replication and meiotic crossing over. It then stops in early prophase. Mammalian oocytes are maintained in meiotic prophase arrest for a very...
- from DNA repair, thus explaining the links between all three processes. Meiotic recombination may be initiated by double-stranded breaks that are introduced...
- surveillance mechanisms remove meiotic cells in which synapsis is defective. One such surveillance mechanism is meiotic silencing that involves the transcriptional...
- become arrested in metaphase II until fertilization triggers the second meiotic division. Similar to the segregation events of mitosis, the pairs of sister...
- during the diplotene stage of meiotic prophase I due to an active transcription of many genes. They are highly extended meiotic half-bivalents, each consisting...
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