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Polyploidy is widely recognized as a major evolutionary force in plants and has been reported in the genus Lippia (Verbenaceae). ... Here, we describe the production of synthetic polyploid plants of L. alba using colchicine. The ploidal levels were estimated by flow cytometry and chromosome counting.Mar 26, 2020
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by M Ruiz2020Cited by 14Synthetic polyploids have been extensively studied for breeding in the last decade. However, the use of such genotypes at the agronomical ...
by SA Julião2020Cited by 15Here, we describe the production of synthetic polyploid plants of L. alba using colchicine. The ploidal levels were estimated by flow ...
by M Ruiz2020Cited by 14Synthetic polyploids have been extensively studied for breeding in the last decade. However, the use of such genotypes at the agronomical ...
by Z Pavlíková2017Cited by 17The comparison of natural and synthetic polyploids helps understand the consequences of polyploidization and separate the effects of genome ...
by K Song1995Cited by 1140Although the evolutionary success of polyploidy in higher plants has been widely recognized, there is virtually no information on how polyploid genomes have ...
by K Song1995Cited by 1140derivatives of synthetic polyploids was evident from variation in genome composition and phenotypes. Directional genome changes, possibly influenced by ...
Polyploidy is a condition in which the cells of an organism have more than two paired ... whereas cultures grown in synthetic minimal media are not polyploid.
by WB Chae2013Cited by 37synthetic polyploid lines with their diploid and triploid progenitors in the greenhouse found species-specific differences in plant tiller number, height, ...
by M Castro2018Cited by 14Natural or synthetic polyploids offer unique opportunities to ... the role of genome duplications in the success ...

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