chromosome example - after

chromosome after

The revised representation of chromosomes in the cellular component ontology. Black and blue arrows point from parent to child; blue arrows denote "part of" and black arrow "instance" relationships. Red arrows show the path from one node, "nuclear mitotic chromosome," upwards by all possible paths. In this scheme, "nuclear mitotic chromosome" leads back to "nucleus" and to "chromosome," but not to "cytoplasm."

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