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synteny

noun
  1. the presence of two or more genes on the same chromosome
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Derived Formssyntenic, adjective

Word Origin for synteny

C20: syn- + Greek tainia ribbon
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synteny in Medicine

synteny

(sĭntə-nē)
n.
  1. The condition of two or more genes being on the same chromosome whether or not there is demonstrable linkage between them.
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Related formssyn•tenic (-tĕnĭk) adj.
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