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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Seemingly, the EbEb genome effect has disabled Tritipyrum amphiploid from using Ci actively, to some extent.
Can Tritipyrum, a new salt tolerance amphiploid be a successful cereal like Triticale?
Hybrids and induced amphiploids of Agropyron repens x A.
Tschermak and Bleier (1926) were the first to obtain an amphiploid species as a result of the spontaneous doubling of the chromosome number of a wheat hybrid produced by crossing T.
This paper cytologically and morphologically characterizes the bluebunch and thickspike amphiploid population and compares it to the triploid [F.
Tritordeums are the amphiploids derived from crosses between Hordeum chilense Roem.
Many wild relatives of wheat have been hybridized with wheat, resulting in the production of numerous amphiploids, synthetic hexaploid wheat lines, and addition, substitution, and translocation lines.
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.