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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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Therefore, this is the first report of the derivation of diploid pluripotent stem cells from a patient.
Rat Race, the first new track from Diploid Love, followed and was easily as good if not better than the old favourites.
She plays Birmingham's O2 Academy on April 26 and her album Diploid Love is released a few days later on April 28.
Group 2, formed of 11 plants, had mean pollen viability of 82.2%, and group 3 gathered most of the plants, including diploid B.
According to FORTESCUE & TURNER (2005c), flaws in the embryonic sac caused by chromosome imbalance contribute to increase sterility in edible diploid and triploid bananas.
It is known that the diploid numbers of Hypostomus are likely correlated with their phylogeny and distribution [9].
Crosses of Diploid x tetraploid cultivars, triploid x tetraploid cultivars and tetraploid x tetraploid cultivars can result in full compatibility, incompatibility, or different degrees of semicompatibility, because diploid pollen can have more than one S-allele.
Allen and Downing (1986) reported that consumers prefer triploid oysters over diploid oysters in the summer due to their better flavor and firmer texture.
Many polyploid plants including coffee (Coffea arabica), wheat (Triticum durum Desf.), cotton (Gossypium hirsutum L.), and peanut (Arachis hypogaea L.) are allopolyploids and contain two or more distinct genomes (homoeologous chromosomes) after interspecific hybridization between related diploid species and chromosome doubling.
The two sex alleles can be different, in which case it is female, or the same, in which case it will be a diploid male - males who are a genetic dead end as they cannot reproduce and serve no useful function to the colony.
Concerning the cell lines in the portfolio, EdiGene currently has a diploid library of 2,800 single clonal knockout cell lines, which targets over 2,600 genes seen in commonly used cancer cell lines.
1981) has produced further advantages; triploid oysters grow faster than their diploid counterparts as a result of their reduced fecundity (Allen & Downing 1986, 1990, Nell 2002), present a greater heterozygosity (Hawkins et al.
CHMs are purely androgenetic conceptions (only paternal genetic material is present) and usually diploid (2 paternal chromosome complements without a maternal chromosome complement) (16); most result from fertilization of an ovum devoid of maternal genetic material by a single sperm that duplicates (monospermy; ~85%), (17-19) but a subset is due to fertilization by 2 sperm (dispermy).
The pollen viability and germination percentages of the amphidiploid genotype were 11.57 and 9.43 fold of its diploid origin genotype, respectively.
'We have properly diploid security officers and urged residents to interact with the security officers ahead of the census,' Mariba said.