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Gilding the Lily: Developments in Asiatic Hybrid Lilies
... plants? The answer to this question is yes, because polyploid plants often possess a number of interesting, and potentially valuable, characteristics. Often polyploid plants are larger and more robust than their ordinary counterparts. Polyploid plants ...
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Lab Manual Exercise #2
... polyploid with multiple sets of chromosomes (more than the diploid number). Polyploidy in plants has some tremendous commercial applications because odd polyploids (such as 3n triploids) are sterile and seedless. Polyploid plants (such as 4n tetraploids) typically produce larger flowers and fruits. In fact, many of the fruits and vegetables sold at supermarkets are polyploid ...
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Genetic Extra Credit LM 53-54
... Polyploid Plants I prefer the terms "gametophyte" and "sporophyte" when dicussing polyploid chromosome numbers. Gametophyte refers to the chromosone number of gametes and sporophyte refers to the chromosome number of cells in adult plants ...
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Glider on Lilies
... , this tends to apply only to diploid plants. Diploid plants are plants with 2 copies of each chromosome, which is the default case for most plants and animals. Polyploid (more than two copies of each chromosome) is usually lethal in animals, but often not lethal in plants. Tetraploid (4 copies of each ...
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Plant Hybridizing - GardenWeb
... Message Hybridizing This forum is for the discussion of the hybridizing, or cross-breeding, of plants. This is includes topics such as the selections of parents and the methodology involved. If ... at 16:08 1 follow-up, posted on Sat, Nov 25, 06 at 23:50 Polyploid genetics of Hibiscus Posted by: brianmkerr S/CoastQLD Aust on Thu, Oct 26, 06 at ...
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Can North American rose hybridizers safely use pollen from PNRSV infected roses
... stamens. See footnote (5). The ability to transfer, mechanically, the virus through pollen to indicator plants was reported in 1994. H. Baumgartnerova, Institute of Experimental Phytopathology and Entomology, Slovak Academy ... diploid group was 50 times more cross-compatible than self-compatible. For roses of higher polyploid level 12 of the 16 studied were no more self-compatible than the diploid ...
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Baldwin Lab - UC Berkeley
... of insular diversification. We are investigating modes and patterns of evolutionary change in these plants and their relationships to other, mainland members of Deinandra. As the only other ... ) evolutionary hypotheses for Lagophylla. In the Madia lineage, we are seeking refined understanding of polyploid evolution in Madia and additional insights on origin of the silversword alliance. STUDIES IN ...
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CPN Samples
... polyploid. Do not think of this as a corruption of nature. Polyploidy is a common natural occurrence, resulting from accidents in cell division. About half of all flowering plants ... produced seedlings with regained vigor. (Perhaps the newly polyploid nucleus is unstable and is stabilized by the ... all my attempts to produce a polyploid D. x obovata have resulted in weak plants (see Figure 1B). It ...
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CPC Plant Profile - National Collection of Endangered Plants
... Habit: Succulent Perennial CPC Number: 50 Distribution Protection Conservation References Profile Links ITIS Tropicos PLANTS Agave schottii var. treleasei is Not Sponsored Primary custodian for this plant in the ... (Phillips and Hodgeson 1991). This variety may be a polyploid of A. schottii v. schottii. Another possibility that is more likely is that plants here are hybrids between A. schottii. v. ...
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010103pg4
... Mini (Crystal/Bond 00). A new introduction from Sandra Bond of Goldbrook Plants fame in Great Britain. The 3” leaves have a creamy-white ... white edge, the leaves have a rough, crinkly texture on mature plants. Pale lavender flowers. Dawn’s Early Light Medium (O Petryszyn 98) ... leaves are thicker than H.’Sagae’ and the plant is probable a polyploid. The yellow margin fades to a creamy white later in the ...
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