refers to cells or organisms, in which all cells contain three or more complete matching sets of chromosomes
A polyploid nucleus derived from the fusion of two non-haploid gametes from the same species.
polyploid formed from the doubling of a single genome. Polyploidy in which all the chromosomes come from the same species.
aw-toe-POL-ee-ploid An organism with multiple chromosome sets. 414
polyploids created by chromosome duplication within a species
Polyploid, with all of the three or more basic chromosome sets derived from the same species.
a polyploid that originates by the multiplication of one basic set of chromosomes
A polyploid formed from the doubling of a single genome.
A polyploid with more than two identical (or nearly identical) sets of chromosomes.
polyploid originating through multiplication of the same chromosome set.