diploidy


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the condition of being diploid

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Macrocephaly in bull spermatozoa is associated with nuclear vacuoles; diploidy and alteration of chromatin condensation.
Difference of water use efficiency of diploidy wheat species with different chromosome set and its relationship with root system growth.
These results suggest that female triploid Yesso scallops can release mature and functional gametes, and aneuploid progeny closest to euploidy, especially diploidy, survive longer.
Evidence for diploidy at the adenine phosphoribosyltransferase locus.
In all individuals, we observed a maximum of two alleles at each locus, indicating diploidy.
One of the four pesticide studies did not find an association between insecticide, fungicide, or herbicide exposures and sex-chromosome diploidy (Smith et al.
Haploid versus Diploidy in the reproduction of cell type.
The Rickettsia appear to be essential for development of oocytes and may be important in restoring diploidy in the oocytes.
1995) considered n=5 for Aster squamatus, suggesting the occurrence of intraspecific diploidy and tetraploid cytotypes would have independently evolved within each taxon.
Nonstationary function optimization using genetic algorithms with dominance and diploidy.
Egg maturation and parthenogenetic recovery of diploidy in the scorpion Liocheles australasiae (Fabricius) (Scorpions, Ischnuridae).
The original breeding objectives and recombination patterns of the parental genomes dictated that this work be started at the tetraploid level but the requirements of turfgrass breeding demand diploidy.
Polyploid oysters can lose chromosomes de novo and can even revert from triploidy to diploidy or from tetraploidy to triploidy (Allen et al.
However, recent data show that a small percentage of triploid individuals progressively revert toward diploidy, introducing the possibility that Suminoe oysters might establish self-sustaining populations.
These associations usually publish quarterly bulletins dispensing practical, and sometimes scientific data which covers a range of topics from gardening tips, memories of travelling and botanising trips, hybridising techniques and the inherent diploidy and triploidy factors, seed germination and a variety of humorous personal trivia.