alloploid

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alloploid

[′al·ə‚plȯid]
(genetics)
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aestivum L.), an allohexaploid species (2n = 42) with three closely related subgenomes, that is, A, B, and D [14], large-scale transcriptomic investigations have been conducted in some tissue types.
Weeks, "Significant enhancement of fatty acid composition in seeds of the allohexaploid, Camelina sativa, using CRISPR/Cas9 gene editing," Plant Biotechnology Journal, vol.
Greenmaster3ho is an allohexaploid variety and its leaf color is green, the length of its branches during the earing season is a medium length of 18.1 cm, the width of its branches is narrow at 5.4 mm, the length of its ears is 23.2 cm, and the length of the longest stem is long at 115cm.
It appears to be an allohexaploid with three homoeologous genomes A, B and D.
Mitotic spreads revealed its 2n=64 chromosomes which is an allohexaploid species with a genome formulae of [A.sub.1][A.sub.1][B.sub.1][B.sub.1]AA.
Differences between these allohexaploid species were revealed in the
Bread wheat (Triticum aestivum) is a kind of allohexaploid which has A, B, and D genomes.
Forster, "Genome-wide SNP identification in multiple morphotypes of allohexaploid tall fescue (Festuca arundinacea Schreb)" BMC Genomics, vol.
interjectum Shivas is an allohexaploid with 2n = 222 (Valentine & Moore 1993, Prelli 2001).
Genetically common wheat is an allohexaploid species containing three different genomes (2x=6x=42, AABBDD).
Because modern wheat is an allohexaploid (2n = 42) consisting of three diploid genomes: A, B, and D (Poehlman and Sleper, 1995) and ALS in wheat is produced by a multigene family, the enzyme produced by the A and B genome homoeologues remains susceptible to imidazolinone herbicides (Pozniak et al., 2004a).