diploid cell

диплоидная клетка

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  • human diploid cell vaccine — (HDCV) an inactivated viral vaccine prepared from rabies virus grown in cultures of human diploid embryo lung cells and inactivated with propiolactone; administered intramuscularly or intradermally for pre and postexposure prophylaxis against… …   Medical dictionary

  • diploid — [dip′loid΄] adj. [ DIPL(O) + OID] 1. twofold or double 2. Biol. having twice the number of chromosomes normally occurring in a mature germ cell: most somatic cells are diploid n. a diploid cell diploidy [dip′loi′dē] n …   English World dictionary

  • diploid — dip loid (d[i^]p loid), n. [Gr. diplo os twofold + oid.] 1. (Crystallog.) A solid bounded by twenty four similar quadrilateral faces. It is a hemihedral form of the hexoctahedron. [1913 Webster] 2. (Biol.) a cell or organism having a number of… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Cell (biology) — Allium cells in different phases of the cell cycle …   Wikipedia

  • diploid — adj. & n. Biol. adj. (of an organism or cell) having two complete sets of chromosomes per cell. n. a diploid cell or organism. Etymology: G (as DIPLO , OID) …   Useful english dictionary

  • diploid — A diploid cell has its chromosomes in homologous pairs, and thus has 2 copies of each autosomal genetic locus. The diploid number (2n) equals twice the haploid number and is the characteristic number for most cells other than gametes …   Dictionary of molecular biology

  • diploid — dip loid (d[i^]p loid), a. [Gr. diplo os twofold + oid.] (Biol.) having a number of chromosomes corresponding to two copies of each chromosome; having double the basic number of chromosomes, as seen in a haploid cell. Contrasted to {haploid} and… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • diploid — ► ADJECTIVE Genetics ▪ (of a cell or nucleus) containing two complete sets of chromosomes, one from each parent. Compare with HAPLOID(Cf. ↑haploid). ORIGIN from Greek diplous double …   English terms dictionary

  • Cell growth — The term cell growth is used in two different ways in biology. When used in the context of reproduction cells of living cells the phrase cell growth is shorthand for the idea of growth in cell populations by means of cell reproduction. During… …   Wikipedia

  • Diploid — The number of chromosomes in most cells of the body. This number is 46 in humans. It is naturally twice the haploid number of 23 chromosomes contained in human eggs (ova) and sperm. * * * Denoting the state of a cell containing two haploid sets… …   Medical dictionary

  • diploid — 1. adjective Of a cell, having a pair of each type of chromosome, one of the pair being derived from the ovum and the other from the spermatozoon. Most somatic cells of higher organisms are diploid. 2. noun a) A cell which is diploid. b) …   Wiktionary


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