10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «OCTAPLOIDY»
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Genome Multiplication in Growth and Development: Biology of ...
The same occurs in old animals with the transition from a diploid to a tetraploid
level. However, in the shift from tetraploidy to octaploidy, the enzyme activity
increases by only about 50% in old rats. The proportional relationship between
Vsevolod I͡Akovlevich Brodskiĭ, Irina Vasilʹevna Uryvaeva, 1985
Medaka: A Model for Organogenesis, Human Disease, and Evolution
Philos Trans R Soc Lond B Biol Sci 357(1420):531-544 Gibson TJ, Spring J (
2000) Evidence in favour of ancient octaploidy in the vertebrate genome.
Biochem Soc Trans 28(2):259-264 Green DM, Sessions SK (1991) Amphibian
Kiyoshi Naruse, Minoru Tanaka, Hiroyuki Takeda, 2011
FUNDAMENTALS OF BOTANY VOL-1
... are synthesised in presence of lactose (inducer) Pentaploidy Hexaploidy
Heptaploidy Octaploidy Tetraploidy Triploidy Diploidy Monoploidy.
Molecular Marker Applications for Improving Sugar Content in ...
The auto-octaploidy was confirmed in this map also. The domesticated species of
S. ofiicinarum also has been mapped with a population of a cross of a
representative of S. ofiicinarum and its putative wild ancestor S. robustum
M. Swapna, Sangeeta Srivastava, 2012
ISCN 2013: An International System for Human Cytogenetic ...
... 70–80 Hyperheptaploidy 162–172 Near-tetraploidy (928) 81–103 Near-
octaploidy (1848) 173–195 Hypotetraploidy 81–91 Hypooctaploidy 173–183
Hypertetraploidy 93–103 Hyperoctaploidy 185–195 Pseudodiploid,
pseudotriploid, etc., ...
International Standing Committee on Human Cytogenetic Nomenclature, Lisa G. Shaffer, Jean McGowan-Jordan, 2013
OMICS Applications in Crop Science
... bearing an average interval of 6 cM between the markers. The results also
suggested this clone was an auto-octaploidy. A linkage map was constructed for
S. officinarum using RAPDs SD marker (Mudge et al. 1996) and RFLPs (Ming et
The Many Faces of Osteoarthritis
1 Gibson TJ, Spring J (2000) Evidence in favour of ancient octaploidy in the
vertebrate genome. Biochem Soc Trans 28: 259-264 2 Paulsson M, Heinegard D
(1979) Matrix proteins bound to associatively' prepared pro- teoglycans from
Vincent C. Hascall, Klaus E. Kuettner, 2002
Fish Karyotypes: A Check List
However, the high number of chromosomes suggests another possible series,
i.e., tetraploidy, octaploidy, and dodecaploidy (Fontana et al. 2007: F-61). Diploid
chromosome numbers and genome size in Neopterygii except the 6 Historical ...
Combinatorics of Genome Rearrangements
... of maize, Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (USA), 94 (1997),
pp. 6809–6814.  T. Gibson and J. Spring, Evidence in favor of ancient
octaploidy in the vertebrate genome, Biochemical Society Transactions, 28 (2000
Parthenogenesis and Polyploidy in Mammalian Development
Amphimictic analogue: Route 2 h, decaploidy. The nearest approach to
octaploidy in a mammalian embryo is a 2 1 -cell mouse embryo with a
metaphase containing a very large number of chromosomes, about octaploid in
number (Beatty, ...