10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «ENDOPOLYPLOIDY»
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Flow Cytometry with Plant Cells: Analysis of Genes, ...
Analysis of Genes, Chromosomes and Genomes Jaroslav Dolezel, Johann
Greilhuber, Jan Suda. Whereas in most tissues the upper limit of endopolyploidy
is 32C or 64C, a few tissues and cell types (suspensor cells, endosperm
Jaroslav Dolezel, Johann Greilhuber, Jan Suda, 2007
Encyclopedia of Entomology
The discussion of chromosome number (ploidy) is confusing because, in most
insects, some of the somatic tissues exhibit high levels of endopolyploidy (
multiple copies, greater than 2n, of chromosomes may be present in some cells)
Plant Genome Diversity Volume 2: Physical Structure, ...
7.6 Comparison of endopolyploidy patterns in young and old organs of
Amaranthus caudatus. (a) Young leaf lamina; (b) young leaf petiole; (c) young
internode of the shoot; (d) old leaf lamina, (e) old internode of the shoot; (f) old
Ilia J. Leitch, Johann Greilhuber, Jaroslav Dolezel, 2012
Physiology of the Cladocera
ENDOPOLYPLOIDY. Endoreplication, or somatic polyploidy, is observed when
DNA replication occurs in a cell without cytokinesis. Separating the process of
DNA replication from one or more steps of cell division can lead to a single ...
Plants—Advances in Research and Application: 2012 Edition
Science. According to the authors of recent research from Kaohsiung, Taiwan, “
Endopolyploidy is frequently observed during development in plant species.
Patterns of endopolyploidy are diverse in the various organs of different plant
Orchid Biotechnology II
2.1.2. Endopolyploidy in orchid species Endopolyploidy has been reported in
several species and hybrids of orchids, such as in Dendrobium spp. (Jones and
Kuehnle, 1998), Phalaenopsis spp., Oncidium varicosum (Lin et al., 2001; Lee et
Wen-Huei Chen, Hong-Hwa Chen, 2011
Role of the LINC (LITTLE NUCLEI) Proteins in Nuclear ...
A shift in the spectrum of endopolyploidy is another component of the pleiotropic /
/'nc7 //nc2 phenotype. As shown in Figure 4, the double mutant contains the
normal range of endopolyploidy, consistent with the observation that leaf
Travis Alan Dittmer, 2008
Neolithic Farming in Central Europe: An Archaeobotanical ...
There is no trend along axis 1: taxa with high endopolyploidy predominate at
both ends (Figure 6.9). Taxa with low endopolyploidy tend to predominate in
samples near the positive (top) end of axis 2, while taxa with high endopolyploidy
Plant Physiology 5B: A Treatise
to increased size of the pericarp cells associated with their higher degree of
endopolyploidy. More recently List (443) has reported that the growth of vessel
unit cells may be described as a fluctuating alternation of the growth of the cell
Insect Molecular Genetics: An Introduction to Principles and ...
1987, Solter 1988, Wagner et al.1993). The discussion of ploidy is confusing
because, in most insects, some of the somatic tissues exhibit high levels of
endopolyploidy. For example, haploid male honey bees have about the same
amount of ...
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Chromosomal variation in plant evolution
“What is the adaptive significance of variation in genome size among tissues of single individuals (endopolyploidy)?” and, “Why does average genome size drop ... «Am J Botany, Apr 04»