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haploid

Biology
1. (esp of gametes) having a single set of unpaired chromosomes
2. a haploid cell or organism

haploid

[′ha‚plȯid]
(genetics)
Having half of the diploid or full complement of chromosomes, that is, one complete set, as in mature gametes.
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determining whether diploid single PNi are larger than those with a haploid constitution, exact measurements of the pronuclear diameter followed by genetic analyses will be necessary.
The morphological developments of control, haploid and diploid gynogen groups from fertilization day to fifth day have been examined by means of shooting their photos with a stereo (Olympous SZ-PT) and invert microscope (Olympus CK40-F200) that has a camera attachment.
Stock-6 x (CMST x Ig-gene) and (Ig-gene x Stock-6 x CMST) x (Stock-6-BC4) showed satisfactorily higher haploid induction rate.
Doubled haploid production in rocket (Eruca sativa Mill.
The high frequency of triploid BB queens was surprising, because monogyne queens are presumed to mate almost exclusively with haploid B males.
Additionally, Horizon offers rapid and low cost on-demand generation of engineered haploid cell lines that for the first time bring these valuable research tools to the 72,000+ research labs studying the basic and applied function of genes and genetic variation.
Horizon said that the acquisition provides it with a proprietary high-throughput cell line generation platform based on human haploid genetics that increases its cell line inventory by over 10-fold and simultaneously enables an on-demand cell line development service to be launched in the first quarter of 2015.
In anther culture anthers (male part of a flower) are used as explant to produce haploid plants used in the breeding programme.
A region occurring twice (once per haploid genome) in our reference sample but only once in our test sample should generate only about half the number of green labelled probes from the region as the number of red labelled probes from the same region.
The effect of a mutation can be seen immediately in haploid cells because there is no second gene copy.
1983) with Annona squamosa, we worked with limited success in the development and the regeneration of haploid plants from cherimoya from microspores of cv.
The determined C values (measured in picogram) and their haploid genome sizes (measured in base pairs) for 8 brachiopods--Lingula anatina, Lingula reevii, Discradisca stella, Terebratulina crossei, Laqueus rubellus, Laqueus blanfordi, Terebratalia coreanica, and Platidia japonica--are shown in Table 1.