What is karyotype, Biology

What is karyotype?

The name karyotype is given to the set of chromosomes of an individual, generally when visualized and identified under the microscope. The visualization usually is made with the cells in the initial phases of cell division for the chromosomes to be seen already condensed and replicated.

Image Diversity: human chromosomes

 

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