alloploid


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alloploid

[′al·ə‚plȯid]
(genetics)
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orestera), alloploid and autoploid partial agmatoploidy or aneuploidy (e.g., L.
The first step is to decide whether the tetraploid under investigation is an autoploid (autopolyploid; Kihara & Ono, 1926: 475) or an alloploid (allopolyploid; Kihara & Ono, 1926: 475).
These models support cytological evidence of the alloploid nature of the cultivated peanut, emphasize the need for using large populations in order to distinguish between monogenic and digenic models vs.