allotetraploid


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allotetraploid

[‚a·lō′te·trə‚plȯid]
(genetics)
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Johnson and Johnson (2006) first demonstrated that Collomia biflora was an allotetraploid using evidence from nuclear idhA and idhB genes.
Only two taxa have been proposed to have allotetraploid origins.
This species also displays cytotype variations, especially with the presence in the Middle Atlas of at least one allotetraploid population.
Newfoundland plants display a high level of fixed heterozygosity and large spore size, indicating they are allotetraploid, and supporting suggestions that B.
Development of flower form in an allotetraploid Clarkia and its parental dip-bid species.
Spore fitness components do not differ between diploid and allotetraploid species of Dryopteris (Dryopteridaceae).
2n = 4x = 28) was originally considered an allotetraploid (Bothmer et al.