Supernumerary or accessory chromosomes, Biology


  1. Wilson (1905) discovered them in Matapodium insect.
  2. Very small Chromosomes present in nucleus in addition to normal number of Chromosomes.
  3. They do not produce any detectable phenotypic expression.
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