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disomic

adjective di·so·mic \(ˌ)dī-ˈsō-mik\

Definition of DISOMIC

:  having one or more chromosomes present in two copies <the disomic state is normal in humans>

Origin of DISOMIC

di- + -somic
First Known Use: 1922
Medical Dictionary

disomic

adjective di·so·mic \(ˈ)dī-ˈsō-mik\

Medical Definition of DISOMIC

:  having one or more chromosomes present in two copies <the disomic state is normal in humans>
di·so·my \-mē\ noun, plural di·so·mies

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