A chromatid (Greek khrōmat- 'color' + -id) is one half of a duplicated chromosome.
"twoness" or "otherness"
Pythagoras gave the name of 'Monad' to God, and the name of 'Dyad' to matter.
Aristotle equated matter as the formation of the elements (energies) into the material world as the static material was formed by the energies being acted upon by force or motion.
A dyad (from the Greek: δυάς dyás, "pair") is a group of two people, the smallest possible social group. As an adjective, "dyadic" describes their interaction
In genetics, dyad symmetry refers to two areas of a DNA strand whose base pair sequences are inverted repeats of each other. They are often described as palindromes.
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