Definition of Endomitosis. Meaning of Endomitosis. Synonyms of Endomitosis

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Definition of Endomitosis

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- number with each round of replication and endomitosis. Platelet-producing megakaryocytes go through endomitosis during cell differentiation.Amitosis in...
- undivided. The two diploid nuclei may undergo an endomitosis and the resulting tetraploid nuclei a second endomitosis. An alternative pathway is an ordinary mitosis-again...
- forming pollen grains. The following processes are responsible for this: Endomitosis Normal mitosis not followed by cytokinesis Formation of restitution nuclei...
- of the offspring depends on what type of apomixis takes place. When endomitosis occurs before meiosis or when central fusion occurs (restitutional meiosis...
- size and replicates its DNA without cytokinesis in a process called endomitosis. As a result, the nucleus of the megakaryocyte can become very large...
- megagametophyte forms: Allium odorum–A. nutans type. The chromosomes double (endomitosis) and then meiosis proceeds in an unusual way, with the chromosome copies...
- the absence of cytoplasmic division. This type of division is called endomitosis. The polytene chromosome contains two types of bands, dark bands and...
- more than the original somatic number of chromosomes. In the endocycle (endomitosis or endoreduplication) chromosomes in a 'resting' nucleus undergo reduplication...
- Langstein J, Michel J, Schwarz H (1999). "CD137 induces proliferation and endomitosis in monocytes". Blood. 94 (9): 3161–8. PMID 10556203.  Jang LK, Lee ZH...
- and the synapsis of homologs without cell division is a process called endomitosis. These chromosomes consist of more than 1000 copies of the same chromatid...
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