allohexaploid


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al·lo·ploid

(al'ō-ployd),
Relating to a hybrid individual or cell with two or more sets of chromosomes derived from two different ancestral species; depending on the number of multiples of haploid sets, alloploids are referred to as allodiploids, allotriploids, allotetraploids, allopentaploids, allohexaploids, etc.
See also: heterokaryon.
[allo- + -ploid]
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The remaining 170 genes represented 59 inflorescence development-related nonredundant gene sets, since wheat is an allohexaploid species and the majority of the genes have three orthologous copies (Table 1 and Table S3).
A new tall fescue variety,Greenmaster3ho, is an allohexaploid variety and its leaf color is green, its earing season is about May 16, which is later by 3 days than Fawn, its contrast variety, and the length of its leaf is 76cm.
creticus, another allohexaploid species (2n=64; [A.sub.1][A.sub.1][B.sub.1][B.sub.1][A.sub.2][A.sub.2]) appear in a separate Section of Atractylis.
For example, Hedrick (1987) showed that variation in inbreeding depression among ferns was consistent with the prediction that inbreeding depression decreases with ploidy, and Belaoussoff and Shore (1995) suggested that relatively low inbreeding depression in nine populations of Turnera ulmifolia may be attributed to it being an allohexaploid. Similarly, inbreeding depression in synthesized tetraploids of wheatgrass (Dewey 1969), maize (Alexander 1960) and clover (Davies 1961; Townsend and Remmenga 1968) were lower than their respective diploid progenitors.
pitardii while allohexaploid development was because of these allotetraploid hybridization with C.
(2012) (b) Plastid clades according to Spooner & Sytsma (1992) and Spooner & Castillo (1997) (c) We combine different variants of the D subgenomes of Matsubayashi (1991) in allohexaploid species of series Demissa under the common genome formulae ADDD D' (d) For 5.
The comprehensive separation of self-incompatibility characteristics among selfing progeny may be mainly attributed to complex genetic background of chrysanthemum cultivars that are allohexaploid species with an average chromosome number of 54.
In response to temperature changes, the allohexaploid F.
aestivum (2x = 6x = 42, BBAADD) is an allohexaploid with B, A, and D genomes.
Chromosome pairing and chiasmata formation in allohexaploid wheat, Triticum aestivum analyzed by spreading of meiotic nuclei.
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Nothoscordum bonariense, 2n = 26 (22 M + 4 t) with NF = 48, is a genomic allohexaploid. A diagram of possible origins based on the conclusions of Nunez et al.