chemical symbol, carbon; cathode (cathodal); Celsius or centigrade (scale); cervical; clearance; clonus; closure; contraction; cylinder; cytosine; in the electrocardiogram, C stands for chest (precordial) lead2; symbol for complement.
an abnormal chromosome resulting from the loss, duplication or rearrangement of genetic material.
production of one of the reproducible banding patterns on particular chromosomes by staining the karyotype with Giemsa.
a cell type of the thyroid gland, situated between or within the walls of follicles, with numerous small membrane-limited secretory granules in the cytoplasm. The source of calcitonin. Called also parafollicular cell.
C c. tumors (ultimobranchial) adenomas and carcinomas occur most frequently in aged bulls, associated with vertebral osteophytes, osteosclerosis, ankylosis and spondylosis. Bel...
genetic speak for the common environment, e.g. the milk supply to a litter of pigs.
nerve fibers with the slowest conduction speeds; are very slow-conducting, unmyelinated nerve fibers, principally postganglionic sympathetic fibers.
a skeletal muscle contractile protein involved in the assembly of myosin.
see constant domains.
amount of DNA in the haploid genome of a species.