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The state or condition of being haploid.
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Noun1.haploidy - the condition of being haploid
condition - a mode of being or form of existence of a person or thing; "the human condition"
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In addition, the technology can identify haploidy and many cases of uniparental isodisomy (UPiD), two additional types of chromosome abnormalities that may be missed on other PGS platforms.
In species belonging to the Brassicaceae family, the microspore culture, which is one of the haploidy techniques can also be utilized to shorten the duration of plant breeding studies.
Moreover, the haploidy of such cells raises the efficiency selection inasmuch as it elevates the specific contribution of every error into the overall reduction of gamete functionality.
Cytogenetic investigations on haploid plants and interspecific hybrids by utilizing haploidy. Research Bulletin of the Hokkaido National Agricultural Experiment Station 115: 1-80.
Nearly 70% of OS display a multitude of cytogenetic abnormalities including haploidy in chromosomes 1p11-p13,1q11-q12,1q21-q22,11p14-p15,14p11-p13,15p11-p13,17p, and 19q13; gain of chromosome 1; loss of chromosome 9,10,13 and 17; and amplification of chromosomes 6p12-p21,17p11 and 12q13-q14.
Sopory, "Induction of haploidy from pollen grains in angiosperms--the current status," Theoretical and Applied Genetics, vol.
This 22q11.2 deletion syndrome is a relatively prevalent (1 in 2000-4000 live births) genetic disorder that can lead to a wide range of symptoms including congenital heart disease, renal and/or skeletal abnormalities, and learning difficulties, owing to the haploidy of the ~30-40 genes in the affected region [48].
As a result haploidy is eliminated and adults are all diploid females that can vertically pass the bacteria to offspring in the abundant cytoplasm of their ova (Werren et al.
Advanced eusociality, kin selection and male haploidy. Australian Journal of Entomology 47: 2-8.
Another reason for the lower cleavage, blastocyst, and hatched blastocyst rates in single treated groups may be due to the higher incidence of haploidy compared to the combined treated groups.