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pol·y·ploi·dy

(pol'ē-ploy'dē),
The state of a cell nucleus containing three or more haploid sets. Cells containing three, four, five, or six multiples are referred to, respectively, as triploid, tetraploid, pentaploid, or hexaploid.
[poly- + G. ploidēs, in form]

pol·y·ploi·dy

(pol'ē-ploy'dē)
The state of a cell nucleus containing three or more haploid sets. Cells containing three, four, five, or six multiples are referred to, respectively, as triploid, tetraploid, pentaploid, and hexaploid.
[poly- + G. ploidēs, in form]

hexaploidy

(hĕk′să-ploy″dē) [″ + ploos, fold]
A condition of having six sets of chromosomes.
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Nakamura, "Allelic variation at high-molecular-weight glutenin subunit loci, Glu-A1, Glu-B1 and Glu-D1, in Japanese and Chinese hexaploid wheats," Euphytica, vol.
Gavrilenko, "Genomic in situ hybridization reveals both auto and allopolyploid origins of different North and Central American hexaploid potato (Solanum sect.
(2004) of the Mexican hexaploid species into the Iopetala group
Greene, "The characterization and comparative analysis of high-molecular-weight glutenin genes from genomes A and B of a hexaploid bread wheat," Theoretical and Applied Genetics, vol.
We apply these microsatellite loci to DNA from a collection of redwood clones covering the entire geographic range of coast redwood with the objectives: (1) to test their suitability to detect genetic variation in this hexaploid species, and (2) to assess genetic structure across the geographic range of the species and test for possible phylogeographic breaks.
Hubb., an allopolyploid derivative of the two hexaploid parental taxa (reviewed in Ainouche et al.
Seedling resistance to tan spot and Stagonospora nodorum blotch in synthetic hexaploid wheats.
Gliadin was extracted from pure hexaploid bread wheat (Triticum aestivum variety San Pastore) and submitted to PT digestion as reported previously (4).