TENDENCIES OF USE OF THE TERM «ENDOPOLYPLOID»
The term «endopolyploid» is barely ever used and occupies the 206.612
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10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «ENDOPOLYPLOID»
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Tumor Dormancy, Quiescence, and Senescence, Volume 1: Aging, ...
The present evaluation of proliferative cells in pre-senescence over three to four
passages (with dilution factor 122) before senescence-entry clearly
demonstrated that the change of diploid cells to endopolyploid cycling cells
showed versatility ...
Advances in Insect Physiology APL
The functional significance of polyteny vs. endopolyploidy is obscure;
presumably the available surface area of chromatin in an endopolyploid nucleus
of a given ploidy is greater than that in a polytene nucleus of similar DNA content.
A further ...
J. W. L. Beament, J. E. Treherne, Sir Vincent Brian Wigglesworth, 1970
Biology of the Red Algae
3-2), as in the Nemaliales, to cells with many nonpolyploid nuclei (Fig. 3-3) or
with a single, highly endopolyploid nucleus (Fig. 3-4). The observation of multiple
chromosomes sets in nuclei of very high ploidy (>128C) indicates that these
Kathleen M. Cole, Robert G. Sheath, 1990
Endocrine Cells—Advances in Research and Application: 2012 ...
Institute of Cytology, St. Petersburg: Endopolyploid and proliferating trophoblast
cells express different patterns of intracellular cytokeratin and glycogen
localization in the rat placenta Fresh data on Endocrine Cells are presented in
the report ...
Patterns in Plant Development
In Scilla decidua all differentiated tissues and organs examined were found to
contain endopolyploid cells, the plant as a whole having endopolyploid nuclei in
70 percent of its somatic cells (Frisch and Nagl, 1979). However, in some plants ...
Taylor A. Steeves, Ian M. Sussex, 1989
Animal Cytology and Evolution
Some of these endopolyploid nuclei occur in flat pancake-shaped cells and are
themselves very much flattened. It is possible that a true mitosis with a spindle
mechanism would be incompatible with the dimensions of such nuclei and cells.
Flow Cytometry with Plant Cells: Analysis of Genes, ...
the 4C level can be ambiguous regarding its status as just replicated or already
endopolyploid. Exceptionally high DNA contents up to 24 576C (D'Amato 1998;
Nagl 1978) are documented for certain cells of the ovule or developing seed, that
Jaroslav Dolezel, Johann Greilhuber, Jan Suda, 2007
Plant Genome Diversity Volume 2: Physical Structure, ...
Endopolyploid cells are present in the pericarp, locular gel and central columella
at the breaker stage. The three tissues display different ploidy profiles, with the
highest C-values (512C) in the pericarp. Sepals also become endopolyploid ...
Ilia J. Leitch, Johann Greilhuber, Jaroslav Dolezel, 2012
Nuclear Cytology in Relation to Development
In differentiated plant tissues consisting of cells with diploid and cells with
endoreduplicated (endopolyploid) nuclei, it can be demonstrated that the diploid
cell population comprises both nuclei in Ri and, less frequently, in R2 (4C).
Nucleoproteins—Advances in Research and Application: 2013 ...
To analyse the distribution and interaction of whole CTs, centromeres, (sub)
telomeres and similar to 100-kb interstitial chromatin segments in endopolyploid
nuclei, specific FISH probes from Arabidopsis thaliana were applied to 2-64C ...