allotetraploid


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allotetraploid

(ˌæləʊˈtɛtrəˌplɔɪd) genetics
n
a hybrid cell or individual possessing four times the chromosomes in a haploid organism
adj
possessing four times the chromosomes in a haploid organism
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Until now the genome of common millet has not been well-characterized due to its allotetraploid nature.
Durum wheat is traditionally grown around the Mediterranean Sea and it is the most commoncultivated form of allotetraploid wheat.
Generality and characteristics of genetic and epigenetic changes in newly synthesized allotetraploid wheat lines.
Amongst angiosperms, however, the number of paralogs varies between 33 and 71, with the highest gene copy number currently found in the allotetraploid upland cotton (Park et al.
RAPD and microsatellite analysis of diploid gynogens from allotetraploid hybrids of red crucian carp (Carassiusauratus) x common carp (Cyprinus carpio).
The progenitor A and D genomes though differ enough in the resulting allotetraploid (2n=4x) yet they facilitate appropriate pairing of each set of chromosomes at meiosis as in normal diploid species [17].
component genome B of the allotetraploid Mexican species S.
Dynamics of polyploid formation and establishment in the allotetraploid rock fern Asplenium majoricum.
There appear to be two main players of relevance to Arabian workers: a diploid with entire false indusia, and an allotetraploid with fringed false indusia (Vida et al.
arabica which is an allotetraploid (2n = 4x = 44) species.