Definition of cytologically in English:

cytologically

adverb

  • See cytology

    • ‘By comparing characteristics of the four chromosomes such as length and location of rDNA generated by physical and genetic mapping, we were able to match them with chromosomes observed cytologically.’
    • ‘This structural heterozygosity correlates with both a previously described recombination block and cytologically visible unpaired chromosomes at pachytene.’
    • ‘Using cytologically tagged chromosomes, we established a role for the microtubule motor dynein in meiotic chromosome segregation.’
    • ‘The metazoan centromere was first identified cytologically as the region of the primary constriction of a metaphase chromosome.’
    • ‘Alien cytoplasms and chromosomes have been introduced into wheat by cytologically monitoring the chromosomal constitution of backcross progenies in interspecific hybrids.’

Pronunciation

cytologically

/sʌɪtəˈlɒdʒɪk(ə)li/