allotetraploid


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allotetraploid

[‚a·lō′te·trə‚plȯid]
(genetics)
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Gene loss, silencing and activation in a newly synthesized wheat allotetraploid.
Unreduced allodiploid spores develop into gametophytes capable of producing allotetraploid sporophytes through suiting or sib meting.
Do self-fertilization and genetic drift promote a very low genetic variability in the allotetraploid Bulinus truncatus (Gastropoda: Planorbidae) populations?
Genetic mapping of EST-derived microsatellites from the diploid Gossypium arboreum in allotetraploid cotton.
One population in Hale County (southern Alabama), has doubled its chromosomes and has become a fertile allotetraploid.
The genus Gossypium is comprised of approximately 45 diploid and five allotetraploid species (Fryxell, 1979).
In Microseris, allopolyploidization is hypothesized to have occurred prior to dispersal from North America, followed by extirpation of the allotetraploid and one parent in North America and subsequent diversification of the allotetraploid in Australia and New Zealand (Vijverberg et al.
Reproductive and competitive interactions among gametophytes of the allotetraploid fern Dryopteris corleyi and its two diploide parents.
A synthetic allotetraploid was made by hybridization of G.
Among them 45 are diploid and five are allotetraploid in nature (Fryxell, 1979).
Allotetraploid origin has not been proposed for this species.
Genetic relationships between diploid and allotetraploid cherry species (Prunus avium, Prunus x gondouinii and Prunus cerasus).