ploidy

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ploi·dy

 (ploi′dē)
n.
A multiple of the basic number of chromosomes in a cell.

[From diploidy and haploidy.]

ploi•dy

(ˈplɔɪ di)

n.
the number of chromosome sets in the nucleus of a cell.
[1935–40; see -ploid, -y3]
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These processes can be summarised as regressive pedogenesis or haploidisation (e.
US scientists are now trying to produce viable human embryos after the process, known as haploidisation, proved successful in experiments on mice.
The process, known as haploidisation, has already proved successful in experiments on mice.