autodiploid

au·to·ploid

(aw'tō-ployd),
Relating to an individual or cell with two or more copies of a single haploid set; depending on the number of multiples of the haploid set, autoploids are referred to as autodiploids, autotriploids, autotetraploids, autopentaploids, autohexaploids, etc.
[auto- + -ploid]

autodiploid

(ot″ō-dip′loyd″) [ auto- + diploid]
Having two sets of chromosomes; caused by redoubling the chromosomes of the haploid cell.
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Formation of autodiploid strains in Aspergillus niger and their application to citric production from starch.
The Use of Androgenetic Autodiploid Lines for the Analysis of Complex Resistance Systems in Pepper, pp: 105-109.
There may be problems in extrapolating results from such autodiploids and forced selfings to natural populations.