diploid

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Antonyms for diploid

(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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including only samples with diploid karyotypes for chromosomes 21,18,13, and X) and considered each autosome as a potential denominator in a ratio of counts with our chromosomes of interest.
Each specimen's diploid karyotype (2N = 72) was consistent with the reported karyotype for the species (Whitaker, 1972).
DNA ploidy studies may not be very helpful in distinguishing PMD from complete moles or spontaneous abortions with hydropic changes because most of these cases will have a diploid karyotype.
In twin gestations with complete moles, the abnormal fetal vessels in the stem villi characteristic of PMD are absent even though the fetus may have a diploid karyotype.
Reference DNA was extracted in the same manner from tissues that had been demonstrated conclusively to have a normal female diploid karyotype.