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cytoplasmic inheritance Reference library
the inheritance of characters or traits whose determinants are not located on a chromosome. The determinants may be, e.g., viral,
cytoplasmic inheritance Quick reference
The inheritance of parental characters through a nonchromosomal mechanism. The major example is the inheritance of mitochondrial DNA, which is not segregated at mitosis and derives completely from the maternal side. In a more general sense the continuity of structures from one generation to the next; membranes derive from other membranes in most cases, and centrioles divide. ...