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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Monoploids and monoploid-derivatives of maize (Zea mays L.).
A commercially desirable procedure for detection of monoploids in maize.
In Figure 1, [p.sub.2][t.sub.3][p.sub.10][t.sub.2][p.sub.2] and [p.sub.7][t.sub.9][p.sub.11][t.sub.8][p.sub.7] are monoploid HR-circuits.
Next we propose a result on the initial tokens in monoploid HR-circuits, which is called a conservation law with respect to independent resources.
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.
Monoploids and monoploid--derivatives of maize (Zea mays L.).
In a population of 282 maize haploids (monoploids), Chase (1949) found that 139 shed pollen, 68 formed kernels, and 34 yielded self-pollinated progeny.
A line derived from a doubled monoploid apparently due to mutation, resulted in heterosis when backcrossed to the progenitor.
At one point a staff nurse was sent in to check on our mental health; she found us babbling about meiosis and monoploids, wondering anew that Jamie had "gotten" Down syndrome the second he became a zygote.