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pen·ta·ploid

 (pĕn′tə-ploid′)
adj.
Having five haploid sets of chromosomes.
n.
A pentaploid individual.
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pentaploid

(ˈpɛntəˌplɔɪd) biology
adj
(Biology) containing five haploid sets of chromosomes
n
(Biology) a pentaploid organism
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pen•ta•ploid

(ˈpɛn təˌplɔɪd)

adj.
1. having a chromosome number that is five times the haploid number.
n.
2. a pentaploid cell or organism.
[1920–25]
pen′ta•ploi`dy, n.
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Somatic chromosome counts determined for these 11 accessions indicated two triploid (A12256 and A12260), three pentaploids (A12348, A12352, and A12365), and six hexaploids (A12317, A12318, A12319, A12320, A12356, and A12358) (Table 1 and Fig.
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napus after selfing the [A.sup.r][A.sup.n][B.sup.c][C.sup.c][C.sup.n] pentaploids. It also suggested that some chromosome fragments of Be genome might have been introgressed into the partial new-typed B.
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One hundred sixty-eight plants were progeny from PI 409704 and their mean 2C DNA content was 4.15 pg which indicated they were pentaploids with 45 chromosomes.
(1998) used SSRs in research with [F.sub.1] pentaploids from a cross of Sumai 3 / DT486 (susceptible tetraploid) and tetraploid D chromosome addition lines.
NE84-411 progeny and NE84-401 progeny were a mixture of pentaploids and hexaploids (Table 3).
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