Difference between revisions of "Chromosome"

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In [[CoGe]], a '''chromosome''' is a X that contains Y. This should not be confused with the biological definition of a [http://www.wikipedia.org/Chromosome chromosome].
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In [[CoGe]], a '''chromosome''' is an assembled portion of a genome. This includes contigs, supercontigs, scaffolds, segments (e.g. viruses), plasmids, organelles, full chromosomes, and complete genomes (e.g. bacteria). This computational definition should not be confused with the [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chromosome biological definition of a chromosome].

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In CoGe, a chromosome is an assembled portion of a genome. This includes contigs, supercontigs, scaffolds, segments (e.g. viruses), plasmids, organelles, full chromosomes, and complete genomes (e.g. bacteria). This computational definition should not be confused with the biological definition of a chromosome.