movement of sugars in the phloem.
Merriam-Webster Online Dictionarytranslocation (noun)
the act, process, or an instance of changing location or position as
a) the conduction of soluble material (as metabolic products) from one part of a plant to another
b) of part of a chromosome to a different position especially on a nonhomologous chromosome - transfer , especially the exchange of parts between nonhomologous chromosomes
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Translocation may refer to:
- Chromosomal translocation, a chromosome abnormality caused by rearrangement of parts
- Robertsonian translocation, a chromosomal rearrangement in pairs 13, 14, 15, 21, and 22
- Nonreciprocal translocation, transfer of genes from one chromosome to another
- PEP group translocation, a method used by bacteria for sugar uptake
- Twin-arginine translocation pathway, a protein export pathway found in plants, bacteria, and archaea
- Translocation (botany), transport of nutrients through phloem or xylem
- Protein translocation, also called protein targeting, a process in protein biosynthesis
- Species translocation, movement of a species, by people, from one area to another
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