Common misspellings for chromosome:
burdomsome, cromosome, chromosme, chromasone, chromasome, fromhome, chromsome, cromossome, chromosoms, cromosomal, chromossomal, chromasomes, chormosome, chromosone, crimsom, chromosonal, grumsome, chrimson, chromosphere, chromosoal, chomosome, chromosom, chromosene, crimsome, chromoses, chromsomes, chromozome, choromosome, xhromosome, vhromosome, fhromosome, dhromosome, cgromosome, cbromosome, cnromosome, cjromosome, curomosome, cyromosome, cheomosome, chdomosome, chfomosome, chtomosome, ch5omosome, ch4omosome, chrimosome, chrkmosome, chrlmosome, chrpmosome, chr0mosome, chr9mosome, chronosome, chrokosome, chrojosome, chromisome, chromksome, chromlsome, chrompsome, chrom0some, chrom9some, chromoaome, chromoxome, chromodome, chromoeome, chromowome, chromosime, chromoskme, chromoslme, chromospme, chromos0me, chromos9me, chromosoke, chromosoje, chromosomw, chromosomd, chromosomr, chromosom4, chromosom3, xchromosome, cxhromosome, vchromosome, cvhromosome, fchromosome, cfhromosome, dchromosome, cdhromosome, cghromosome, chgromosome, cbhromosome, chbromosome, cnhromosome, chnromosome, cjhromosome, chjromosome, cuhromosome, churomosome, cyhromosome, chyromosome, cheromosome, chreomosome, chdromosome, chrdomosome, chfromosome, chrfomosome, chtromosome, chrtomosome, ch5romosome, chr5omosome, ch4romosome, chr4omosome, chriomosome, chroimosome, chrkomosome, chrokmosome, chrlomosome, chrolmosome, chrpomosome, chropmosome, chr0omosome, chro0mosome, chr9omosome, chro9mosome, chronmosome, chromnosome, chromkosome, chrojmosome, chromjosome, chromiosome, chromoisome, chromoksome, chromlosome, chromolsome, chromposome, chromopsome, chrom0osome, chromo0some, chrom9osome, chromo9some, chromoasome, chromosaome, chromozsome, chromoszome, chromoxsome, chromosxome, chromodsome, chromosdome, chromoesome, chromoseome, chromowsome, chromoswome, chromosiome, chromosoime, chromoskome, chromosokme, chromoslome, chromosolme, chromospome, chromosopme, chromos0ome, chromoso0me, chromos9ome, chromoso9me, chromosonme, chromosomne, chromosomke, chromosojme, chromosomje, chromosomwe, chromosomew, chromosomse, chromosomes, chromosomde, chromosomed, chromosomre, chromosomer, chromosom4e, chromosome4, chromosom3e, chromosome3, hromosome, chrmosome, chroosome, chromoome, chromosoe, hcromosome, crhomosome, chrmoosome, chroomsome, chromsoome, chromoosme, chromosmoe, chromosoem, cchromosome, chhromosome, chrromosome, chroomosome, chrommosome, chromoosome, chromossome, chromosoome, chromosomme, chromosomee, chromosome, shromosome, khromosome, ghromosome, ahromosome, bhromosome, cxromosome, clromosome, ciromosome, ch2omosome, chbomosome, chzomosome, chvomosome, chpomosome, chsomosome, chrgmosome, chrmmosome, chrnmosome, chro-osome, chroeosome, chroiosome, chrooosome, chrolosome, chromgsome, chrommsome, chromnsome, chromo3ome, chromocome, chromoqome, chromorome, chromosgme, chromosmme, chromosnme, chromoso-e, chromosoee, chromosoie, chromosooe, chromosole, chromosomu, chromosomm, chromosomg, chromosewme, chromosowme, chromosum, c hromosome, ch romosome, chr omosome, chro mosome, chrom osome, chromo some, chromos ome, chromoso me, chromosom e.
Definition of chromosome:
- a threadlike body in the cell nucleus that carries the genes in a linear order
- In a prokaryotic cell or in the nucleus of a eukaryotic cell, a structure consisting of or containing DNA which carries the genetic information essential to the cell. ( From Singleton & Sainsbury, Dictionary of Microbiology and Molecular Biology, 2d ed)
- One of the deeply staining bodies, the number of which is definite for the cells of a species, into which the chromatin resolves itself during karyokinesis.
- [ Greek] One of deeply staining bodies, the number of which is constant for the cells of a species, into which the chromatin resolves itself during karyokinesis and meiosis.