• Definition for "episome"
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episome definition

  • noun:
    • an inherited particle of particular cells, specifically microbial cells, that will exist either autonomously in cytoplasm or included in a chromosome.
    • A segment of DNA that can occur and reproduce either autonomously in the cytoplasm or as an element of a chromosome, mainly present bacteria.
    • DNA that isn't integrated into the genome it is replicated with the genome (especially in microbial cells)
    • an inherited particle of specific cells, especially microbial cells, that may exist either autonomously in cytoplasm or as an element of a chromosome.
    • A segment of DNA that may occur and replicate either autonomously inside cytoplasm or within a chromosome, primarily within bacteria.
    • DNA that isn't included to the genome but is replicated alongside the genome (especially in bacterial cells)
    • A genetic particle of certain cells, especially bacterial cells, that can exist either autonomously in the cytoplasm or as an element of a chromosome.
    • A segment of DNA that may occur and reproduce either autonomously inside cytoplasm or within a chromosome, primarily present bacteria.
    • DNA that's not integrated in to the genome it is replicated together with the genome (especially in microbial cells)
    • an inherited particle of specific cells, especially microbial cells, that will occur either autonomously within the cytoplasm or as an element of a chromosome.
    • A segment of DNA that may exist and reproduce either autonomously within the cytoplasm or within a chromosome, primarily present in bacteria.
    • DNA that's not incorporated to the genome but is replicated with the genome (especially in microbial cells)
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