alloplasm

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alloplasm

(ˈæləˌplæzəm)
n
(Biology) biology part of the cytoplasm that is specialized to form cilia, flagella, and similar structures
ˌalloˈplasmic adj
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Hybrids developed using the alloplasmic CMS lines would help in determination of cytoplasmic effect in a more reliable manner and may assist in the development of rice hybrids with less or no undesirable cytoplasmic effects.
Variable meiotic behaviour among plants of an alloplasmic line of maize.
In general, durum wheat is a more sensitive indicator of alloplasmic compatibilities than hexaploid wheat.
The semigametic line 57-4 and its natural isogenic nonsemigametic line S-l, together with 12 additional semigametic alloplasmic lines, were grown in the field at the University of Arkansas Main Experiment Station at Fayetteville in 1996 and 1997.
In addition, the effect of the cytoplasm on TE was examined by investigating the [DELTA] values of a set of alloplasmic lines that share a common nuclear genome but have different ancestral cytoplasms.
Fertility segregation in cotton crosses between alloplasmic [F.sub.1]'s heterozygous for the DSR gene with the [D.sub.8] alloplasm as the female parent and [AD.sub.1] alloplasm as male parent.
In cotton, expression of male sterility in the partially cytoplasmic male sterile alloplasmic lines conditioned by [A.sub.2] and [B.sub.1] cytoplasms was strongly affected by temperature (Meyer, 1969; Marshall et al., 1974).
Ten pairs of alloplasmic and euplasmic wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) germplasms (Reg.