monoploid


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monoploid

[′män·ə‚plȯid]
(genetics)
Having only one set of chromosomes.
Having the lowest haploid number of chromosomes in a polyploid series, in plants.
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the genotypes with high fitness values to develop into monoploid plants.
Influence of culture medium and in vitro conditions on shoot regeneration in Solanum phureja monoploids and fertility of regenerated doubled monoploids.
A line derived from a doubled monoploid apparently due to mutation, resulted in heterosis when backcrossed to the progenitor.
Mutations affecting quantitative traits in selfed progeny of doubled monoploid maize stocks.
In a monoploid plant of Trifolium hybridum with, as expected, less than 1.