Agronomic characters of all progenies obtained from the crosses between sexual accessions S10 and S12 and apomictic
cultivars Mombaca and Tanzania were statistically different (Table 1).
plants are almost polyploidy with high heterozygosity, making it hard to analyze their inheritances and leaving the genetic background of these species unclear (Grimanelli et al., 2001).
Ultimately, it remains to be determined how best to taxonomically treat these highly clonal, possibly apomictic
Results indicate that the diploid individuals have sexual origin and the triploids and tetraploids may be apomictic
Utilization of apomictic
and dioecious method of reproduction in breeding of Poa sp.
plants are usually adapted to microhabitats, which could explain, in part, the fact that D.
Molecular characterization of clonal population structure and biogeography of arctic apomictic
Daphnia from Greenland and Iceland.
Mulato, which is a result of intentional interspecific hybridization, are apomictic
selections from natural germplasm (Miles et al., 2004).
Guayule is not only normally a tetraploid (although diploids, polyhaploids, triploids and octaploids all spontaneously occur), but it is also a facultative apomictic
producing a mixture of seed types depending upon environmental conditions (ref.
First, like many other members of the rose family (including apples), it is apomictic
. This means that the plants set seed without fertilization; in the case of dwarf cinquefoil, it also means that every seedling is an exact replica of its parent.