gynogenetic diploid

gynogenetic diploid

[‚gī·nō·jə¦ned·ik ′dip‚lȯid]
(genetics)
A diploid organism having two maternal haploid chromosome sets; lethal in mammals because of imprinting.
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[2.] Moens C, Walker CS, Walsh G (2009) Making gynogenetic diploid Zebrafish by early pressure.
Gonadal morphology of normal and sex reversed triploid and gynogenetic diploid coho salmon (Oncorhynchus kisutch).
Sex ratios of triploids and gynogenetic diploids induced in the hybrid sturgeon, the bester (Huso huso female x Acipenser ruthenus male).
So far, the artificial induction of gynogenesis in abalone has not achieved complete success, because no one has declared that they have obtained sex-matured gynogenetic diploid in abalone.
Heterozygosity and developmental stability in gynogenetic diploid and triploid rainbow trout.
(1990) induced gynogenetic diploids in Haliotis discus hannai by cold shock treatment of zygotes after insemination with UV-irradiated sperm, which resulted in 50% to 60% gynogenetic diploid in 6-too-old individuals proved by the analyses of isozyme genotypes.
Production of Gynogenetic Diploid and Normal Triploid
Viable gynogenetic diploid Mytillus edulis (L.) larvae produced by ultraviolet light irradiation and cytochalasin B shock.
Induction of gynogenetic diploid by inhibiting second meiosis in the pacific abalone.
A preliminary study on the induction of gynogenetic diploid and "Hertwig effect" in pearl oyster Pinctada martensii.
ABSTRACT The conditions for induction of gynogentic haploids and restoration of gynogenetic diploids, were studied in the small abalone, Haliotis diversicolor supertexta.
Gynogenetic diploids can be obtained by first using chromosome inactivated sperm to fertilize normal eggs and then suppressing the first or second meiotic division of these eggs or the first mitotic division of the zygotes.