endopolyploidy


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en·do·pol·y·ploi·dy

(en'dō-pol'ē-ploy'dē),
The process or state of duplication of the DNA content of the nuclei without accompanying spindle formation or cytokinesis, resulting in a polyploid nucleus.
Synonym(s): endomitosis
[endo- + polyploidy]

en·do·pol·y·ploi·dy

(en'dō-pol'ē-ploy-dē)
The process or state of duplication of the chromosomes without accompanying spindle formation or cytokinesis, resulting in a polyploid nucleus.
Synonym(s): endomitosis.
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Endopolyploidy, also unknown in guard cells, would have the same result.