amphiploid


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amphiploid

adjective
(1) Alloploid.
(2) Allopolyploid.

amphiploid

a POLYPLOID that is generally fertile, formed by the doubling of chromosomes in a species hybrid, e.g. Primula kewensis (2n = 36) is an amphiploid of P . floribunda (2n = 18).
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Can Tritipyrum, a new salt tolerance amphiploid be a successful cereal like Triticale?
In general, it can be said that hexaploid and tetraploid wheat species are likely more capable for the use of Ci, but the effect of growth stage, particularly for the Triticale amphiploid, should not be forgotten.
Hybrids and induced amphiploids of Agropyron repens x A.
The addition of an entire genome from a wild species (i.e., the production of a synthetic amphiploid) has been an attractive approach for many wheat geneticists.
Populations representing thickspike, diploid bluebunch, the [F.sub.1] hybrid between bluebunch x thickspike, the original amphiploid ([C.sub.0]), and the amphiploid breeding population were included in this study.
Tritordeums are the amphiploids derived from crosses between Hordeum chilense Roem.
A number of lines identified as resistant to FHB in this study were derived from the crosses between Spitzer, a partial wheat-Th, ponticum amphiploid, and Madsen, a common wheat cultivar.
Chromosome substitutions and recombination in the amphiploid kolium perenne x Festuca pratensis cv.
SYNTHETIC HEXAPLOID WHEAT (SHW) (2n = 6x = 42, AABBDD), which is the colchicine-induced amphiploid produced from the hybrid between tetraploid wheat (T.
Occasionally, fertilization involving unreduced functional gametes results in selfed seed that produces fertile amphiploid progeny (Yakubtsiner, 1952; Sadykov, 1952).
A study of chromosome association and chiasma formation in the amphiploid between Lolium perenne and Festuca drymeja.