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a variant form of amphidiploid
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(ˈæm fəˌplɔɪd)

a hybrid organism having a diploid set of chromosomes from each parental species.
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In addition, we treated structural variations as a CNV when changes with a length of more than 1 kb were identified in at least one sample and were not in an amphiploid form [29].
Potassium/sodium selectivity in wheat and amphiploid cross wheat x Lophopyrum elongatum.
With the techniques of FISH and specific probe to some chromosomes, we gained the rates of becoming amphiploid of chromosomes 1, 2, 4, 6, 9, 12, 13, 15, 16, 18, 20, 21, 22, X and Y.
Salt Tolerance in the Triticeae: Solute accumulation and distribution in an amphiploid derived from Triticum aestivum cv.
Kernel shriveling and meiotic instability have been considered important problems of synthetic amphiploid triticales.
Transmission genetics of chromatin from a synthetic amphiploid to cultivated peanut (Arachis hypogaea L.): broadening the gene pool of a monphylete polyploid species.
Seemingly, the EbEb genome effect has disabled Tritipyrum amphiploid from using Ci actively, to some extent.
Additional evidence of genome-specific control of chromosome pairing comes from amphiploid hybrids between Aegilops ventricosa Tausch and Secale cereale (Orellana et al., 1985).
This paper cytologically and morphologically characterizes the bluebunch and thickspike amphiploid population and compares it to the triploid [F.sub.1] hybrid and parents.
Cytology and morphology of the amphiploid Hordeum chilense x Triticum turgidum conv.