What is the difference between Nullisomics and Nulliplex?

The difference between nullisomics and nulliplex

is that "nullisomics" is a genetic condition involving the lack of one of the normal chromosomal pairs for a species and "nulliplex" is homozygously recessive at a particular locus.

nullisomics

nulliplex

Noun

  • (genetics) A genetic condition involving the lack of one of the normal chromosomal pairs for a species (2n-2)

Adjective

  • Relating to this condition.

Related terms

  • nullisome
  • nullisomy

Adjective

  • (genetics, of a polyploid) homozygously recessive (lacking the dominant allele) at a particular locus