autotriploid

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]

autotriploid, autotriploidic

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However, even this criterion was not absolute for taxonomic recognition, as Lekhnovich (1971) and Bukasov (1978) later indicated the existence of autotriploid forms (cytotypes) in diploid S.
We obtained two autotriploid plants after a large number of crosses between tetraploid and diploid plants by using improved embryo rescue techniques.
Many authors have hypothesized the origin of saffron by autotriploid [4,17,33].
Hu (1968) made several hundred reciprocal crosses between diploids and tetraploids of several different soybean cultivars, but failed to produce putative autotriploid seeds.
The soybean hypertriploid in our study showed a similar frequency of pollen fertility (63%) to the male-fertile autotriploid (Ms1ms1ms1) plants (57-82%) reported by Chen and Palmer (1985).
Although autotriploids in soybean have not been produced from crosses between autotetraploids and diploids, a large number of triploid plants have been isolated from the progeny of different lines of homozygous recessive male-sterile (ms1ms1) soybean (Kenworthy et al.
Chen and Palmer (1985) analyzed meiotic pairings in the autotriploids (2n = 3x = 60) derived from the genetic male-sterile (ms1ms1) soybean.
The autotriploids generally had poor seed set from self-pollination even though they may have high pollen fertility such as in barley (Tsuchiya, 1952), jimson weed (Datura stramonium L.
This result was similar to that of the selfed progenies from Ms1ms1ms1 autotriploids (Chen and Palmer, 1985).
Autotriploid and autotetraploid analyses: correction coefficients for proposed binomial models.