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the condition of being polyploid

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supported as an autopolyploid A-genome species (Pendinen et al.
Lande and Schemske (1985) showed that the difference in inbreeding depression between diploids and tetraploids should hold for both autopolyploids and allopolyploids when mutations are recessive and lethal or sublethal.
Genomic in situ hybridization (GISH) reveals both autopolyploid and allopolyploid origins of different North and Central American hexaploid potato (Solanum section Petota) species.
This pattern would be expected in an autopolyploid and in an autoallopolyploid or segmental polyploid if parental genomes were at least partially homologous.
inermis was an autopolyploid, more groups containing four chromosomes would be expected.
Such males could well play a critical role in the origin of the apparently autopolyploid clones at Churchill.
However, this study, which suggests speciation associated with autopolyploid changes in chromosome number, is based on mitotic counts, which are notoriously difficult to interpret in Carex except in species with the lowest numbers.
Diploid, autopolyploid, and allopolyploid species that are characteristic of the tribe were used to relate DNA content to previously reported genomic relationships.