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Synonyms for haploid

(genetics) an organism or cell having only one complete set of chromosomes

of a cell or organism having a single set of chromosomes

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parent, but male sterile hybrids when the haploids are the female parent
Haploids are sporophytes with the gametophytic chromosome number.
Assay for doubled haploid sunflower (Helianthus annuus) plant production by androgenesis: Fact or artifact.
DirectMnfection of embryogenic cultures of haploid Brassica napus with resting spores of Plasmodiophora brassicae.
The MAT[alpha] strains of Cn and Cg predominate in nature and in clinical settings, and this predominance over MATa strains is linked to high virulence and reproduction by haploid fruiting (3,15).
Dimorphism and haploid fruiting in Cryptococcus neoformans: association with the [alpha]-mating type.
Is the mite diploid, carrying two copies of a single chromosome, or haploid, carrying one copy of a two-chromosome set?
The experiments, Weeks contends, demonstrate that the mites are haploid.
The use of haploids, 2n gametes, and the topiary mutant in the adaptation of wild Solanum germplasm and its incorporation into Tuberosum.
Genetic variation among haploids of the common potato.
Produced haploid lines from microspore and anther culture provide high potential for genetic breeding with development of genetic variation through production of completely homozygous lines in short time [3,4,10,9,14,17].
From the unpollinated female gametophyte, it is possible to obtain haploids through a pathway known as gynogenesis (Bohanec, 2009).
The second group was the gynogenetic haploid group (G-n group), in which eggs fertilized by inactivated sperms were allowed to develop to haploids without further treatment.
Assessment of chromosome associations in haploids and their parental accessions in Hordeum.
The 2 framework maps constructed in this study had 16 major linkage groups, and they might correspond to the 16 chromosomes in the haploid C.