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- to form allopolyploid offspring. In the latter case, one or more diploid F1 hybrids produce unreduced gametes that fuse to form allopolyploid progeny...
- comes from the combination of the genus names. Both diploid hybrids and allopolyploid hybrids are known and share this name. Early experimental crosses between...
- which, "D. semicristata", is hypothesized to be extinct), six ****ual allopolyploids, and numerous sterile hybrids at various ploidal levels. Dryopteris...
- chromosome count References Notes Abelmoschus esculentus Okra Malvaceae Allopolyploid origin ****tive Uncertain Polyploid (tetraploid) usually 2n=4x=130 Joshi...
- Br****ica oleracea. The resulting cross then doubled its chromosomes, becoming an allopolyploid. This relationship was first published by Woo Jang-choon in 1935 and...
- 2014, 19: 91–98 Feldman, Moshe and Avraham A. Levy Genome evolution in allopolyploid wheat—a revolutionary reprogramming followed by gradual changes. J....
- word found across the African diaspora in the Americas. Okra is an allopolyploid of uncertain parentage. However, proposed parents include Abelmoschus...
- of wheat. 'Albimonte' 'Manital' Bread wheat is an allohexaploid (an allopolyploid with six sets of chromosomes: two sets from each of three different...
- formation. An allopolyploid plant may result from a hybridisation event between two different species. Both autopolyploid and allopolyploid plants can often...
- habitats. Amaranthus dubius is considered to be a morphologically deviant allopolyploid. It is very close genetically to Amaranthus spinosus and other Amaranthus...
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