refers to cells and organisms containing three or more complete matching sets of chromosomes
Having the two or more times the basic chromosomal complement.
Having three or more times the haploid number of chromosomes.
( Genet). Having more than two chromosome sets; the individual so constituted (triploid; tetraploid; pentaploid; hexaploid; etc.); Cf . Diploid. ( BCFT).
which contains three or more sets of chromosomes rather that the normal two sets (more than 46 chromosomes in human beings).
An individual having 3 or more times the haploid number of chromosomes.
Organism, tissue or cells having more than two complete sets of chromosomes. Many crop plants are polyploid, including bread wheat (hexaploid, 6x), cotton and alfalfa (tetraploid, 4x), and banana (triploid, 3x).
A cell or an organism having three or more chromosome sets.
A cell or individual having more than two sets of chromosomes.
Describes a cell or an organism that contains more than two sets of homologous chromosomes.
oeides = form of; G. = manifold; having several sets of chromosomes; cf. diploid, haploid, aneuploid.
(pol´ lee ploid) • A cell or an organism in which the number of complete sets of chromosomes is greater than two.
(genetics) an organism or cell having more than twice the haploid number of chromosomes
of a cell or organism having more than twice the haploid number of chromosomes; "a polyploid cell"; "a polyploid species"
a plant which has three or more sets of chromosomes - so again poly can mean three
An individual that carries more than two complete sets of homologous chromosomes.
a cell with three or more sets of chromosomes.
karyotypes that contain multiples of the haploid set of chromosomes above the normal diploid number.
Organism containing two or more sets of genes(gene) or chromosomes.
an organism with more than two sets of chromosomes
having more than two of the basic sets of chromosomes in the nucleus. cf. diploid, haploid.
More than one Chromosome copy (can result from chromosome replication without nuclear division)
A cell having three or more chromosome sets or an organism composed of such cells.
Any organism, individual, or cell having more than two full sets of homologous chromosomes. There might be three (triploid), four (tetraploid), five (pentaploid), six (hexaploid), seven (heptaploid), or eight (octoploid).
A term applied to a plant which possesses one or more extra sets of chromosomes beyond the normal number for that plant.
Has 3 or more sets of chromosones per cell
an organism with more than two genomes.
A plant with more than the normal two sets of chromosomes.