amphidiploid


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am·phi·dip·loid

(am'fi-dip'loid),
Having a complete diploid chromosome set from each parent strain.
[amphi + diploid]

amphidiploid

(ăm′fĭ-dĭp′loid)
adj.
Having a diploid set of chromosomes derived from each parent.
n.
An organism or individual having a diploid set of chromosomes derived from each parent.

am′phi·dip′loi·dy n.

amphidiploid

see ALLOPOLYPLOID.
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