diploid


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(genetics) an organism or cell having the normal amount of DNA per cell

of a cell or organism having two sets of chromosomes or twice the haploid number

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It is known that some of these monopronuclear oocytes can develop into diploid embryos (14) and result in the birth of normal healthy babies (15).
Frequency of mononuclear diploid cardiomyocytes underlies natural variation in heart regeneration," Nature Genetics, 2017; DOI: 10.
It is important to highlight that there is limited information in Mexico about performance of triploids oysters, as well as comparisons with diploid organisms during cultivation.
During the fertilization period, at least 100 eggs have been used in each of haploid gynogen, diploid gynogen and control groups and the sperm/egg ratio to be performed has been 0.
Galax is a natural autopolyploid series that includes diploid, triploid, and tetraploid individuals occurring in uniform- as well as mixed-cytotype populations (Baldwin, 1941; Nesom, 1983; Burton and Husband, 1999; Servick et al.
8% were also storing B sperm; we believe this pattern of sperm storage is best explained as the result of some polygyne alates mating with diploid males whose sperm was unreduced.
In the putative diploid and triploid plants, the nuclei appeared at a relative nuclear DNA content of 130 and 190 (channel number), respectively.
Perhaps, cancer prevention can go even one step further and identify factors that decrease aneuploidy and encourage cells to remain diploid.
The X-Man catalogue includes both diploid (cells with two natural copies of each gene) cell lines and haploid (proprietary cells engineered to have only one copy of each gene) cell lines developed using Horizon's proprietary precision and high-throughput (HT-CRISPR) genome-editing technologies.
Most diploid tuber-bearing Solanum species are self-incompatible
In cases of PHM, 6 samples were triploid dispermic and 3 samples were diploid biparental.
Typically, there are double chromosomes in somatic cells, and a set of chromosomes in the cells is diploid (2n).
They demonstrated the ability to make a patient-specific embryonic stem cell line that has two sets of chromosomes (a diploid state), the normal number in human cells.