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noun, plural: nullizygotes
A cell or organism possessing two mutant alleles for the same gene.
Nullizygotes are usually used in research to determine the effects of the loss of a particular trait in the organism.
Word origin: Latin nullus (not any, none) + zygote.
Related forms: nullizygous (adjective)
See also: zygosity
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