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  • The fertility and seed yield of tetraploid lines will increase over generations of self are eliminated, resulting in a tetraploid line with balanced chromosomes and regular. — “Seedless Watermelon”, cuke.hort.ncsu.edu
  • Definition of word from the Merriam-Webster Online Dictionary with audio pronunciations, thesaurus, Word of the Day, and word games. Definition of TETRAPLOID : having or being a chromosome number four times the monoploid number — tet·ra·ploi·dy\-ˌplȯi-dē\ noun. — “Tetraploid - Definition and More from the Free Merriam”, merriam-
  • TETRAPLOID (or TET): Having four sets of chromosomes in each cell of the plant (in That is twice the number found in the *** cells (sperm and egg) See. — “Daylily Dictionary: Tetraploid”,
  • However, some tetraploid cells are commonly found in chromosome ***ysis at prenatal diagnosis and these are generally considered 'harmless' either diploid or tetraploid; apples and kinnows can be diploid, triploid, or tetraploid. — “Polyploidy - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia”,
  • Burpee zinnia seeds grow perfectly in any home garden. Shop vibrant zinnia flowers at Burpee Seeds. Tetraploid zinnias are vigorous, highly disease-resistant flowers that produce large flowers on sturdy stems. — “Zinnia Seeds and Plants - Bedding and Cut Flowers at Burpee Seeds”,
  • Very simply, a tetraploid plant has four sets of chromosomes rather than two. In this case, I think that most would consider the tetraploid a distinct improvement, with wider margins and darker center. As in. — “Bridgewood Gardens Hosta, Tetraploid Hostas”,
  • Tetraploid definition, having a chromosome number that is four times the basic or haploid number. See more. — “Tetraploid | Define Tetraploid at ”,
  • tetraploid ( ) adj. Having four times the haploid number of chromosomes in the cell nucleus: a tetraploid species. — “tetraploid: Definition from ”,
  • University of Arkansas Cooperative Extension Service - Arkansas Home and Garden - Plant of the Week - Tetraploid Daylily. — “Tetraploid Daylily - Plant of the Week”,
  • tetraploid (not comparable) (genetics) having four times the haploid number of chromosomes in a cell nucleus tetraploid (plural tetraploids) a tetraploid organism [edit] See also. — “tetraploid - Wiktionary”,
  • Tetraploid. DNA-based organisms have their genes (and the DNA which makes them up) organized into chromosomes, Even in a hybrid with mismatched parents, a tetraploid plant will always be able to pair up its chromosomes. — “Glossary”,
  • Tetraploid State Induces p53-dependent Arrest of Nontransformed Mammalian Cells in G1 We have here addressed the question of whether the resulting tetraploid state itself, rather than failure of spindle function or induction of spindle damage, acts as a checkpoint to arrest cells in G1. — “Tetraploid State Induces p53-dependent Arrest of”, m.nih.gov
  • A tetraploid watermelon inbred 90-4194 is disclosed. The invention relates to the seeds and plants of tetraploid watermelon inbred 90-4194, the methods of propagating the tetraploid inbred 90-4194 thr. — “Inbred tetraploid watermelon line 90-4194 - Patent 6747191”,
  • Production of tetraploid embryos. Fusion of the blastomeres of 2-cell stage embryos occurs when a square pulse Under optimal conditions the rate of unfused and lysed embryos does not exceed 5 %. The tetraploid embryos are cultured overnight. — “Tetraploid embryo ES cell aggregation chimeras”, mshri.on.ca
  • Definition of tetraploid in the Online Dictionary. Meaning of tetraploid. Pronunciation of tetraploid. Translations of tetraploid. tetraploid synonyms, tetraploid antonyms. Information about tetraploid in the free online English dictionary and. — “tetraploid - definition of tetraploid by the Free Online”,
  • However, some tetraploid cells are not uncommonly found in chromosome ***ysis at prenatal diagnosis and these are generally It is not clear whether these tetraploid cells simply tend to arise during in vitro cell culture or whether. — “Polyploidy - New World Encyclopedia”,
  • In a triploid plant, there are 3n or 57 chromosomes; in a tetraploid, there are 4n or 76 chromosomes and, in an aneuploid, which results from breeding a diploid or a tetraploid with a triploid, there is an abnormal or odd number of chromosomes. — “Breeding Tetraploid Reds”,
  • Tetraploid have an extra set of chromosomes making flowers having more substance and DOCTOR ED* (Ostheimer,R, R2000) Tetraploid. Subtle bicolor (cream and blue) Cream) falls overlaid with very pale blue), with yellow green signal surrounded with blue;. — “Tetraploids”, bois-
  • Amador Flower Farm Tetraploid Daylilies. — “Tetraploid”,
  • Definition of tetraploid in the Medical Dictionary. tetraploid explanation. Information about tetraploid in Free online English dictionary. What is tetraploid? Meaning of tetraploid medical term. What does tetraploid mean?. — “tetraploid - definition of tetraploid in the Medical”, medical-
  • Definition of tetraploid from Webster's New World College Dictionary. Meaning of tetraploid. Pronunciation of tetraploid. Definition of the word tetraploid. Origin of the word tetraploid. — “tetraploid - Definition of tetraploid at ”,
  • A diploid can have large flowers, large plants and great flower substance, although if the same diploid plant is converted to a tetraploid, the plants' caracteristics will be enhanced. A diploid plant can be chemically treated to become a tetraploid. — “diploid”,
  • In a triploid plant, there are 3n or 57 chromosomes, in a tetraploid, there are 4n or 76 chromosomes, and in an aneuploid, which results from breeding a diploid or a tetraploid with a triploid, there are an abnormal or odd number of chromosomes. — “Big Leaf Orchids - BREEDING FOR TETRAPLOID RED PHALAENOPSIS”,

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Videos

  • Polyploid Megakaryocyte Divsion: 4N to 2x4N Symmetrical division of a CB 4N MK cell into two tetraploid cells see further details at
  • Biology 1B - Lecture 19: Mutation and selection theory General Biology
  • MOORE UNIDRILL GRASSLAND NEW MODEL Stitching a new high sugar tetraploid ryegrass/clover mix following first grazed pasture at J&R McConaghy's North Antrim Farm April 2011
  • Tetraploid - Coffee Queen Cathie and Annie (Tetraploid) sing their song "Coffee Queen" (dressed as compost for Halloween) The third act on the first night of Avon Area Arts' Fall Back Music Festival - October 31st & November 1st 2009 at Aunt Annie's Quilts & Silks in Avon. MN.
  • Frozen Lullabye - Tetraploid Annie and Cathie's entry in the Januaury 2010 Songwriter's Challenge, "Songs About Ice", at the Local Blend's Open Mic.
  • Master Kush Nirvana First called High Rise, Master Kush was developed in one of the tall buildings of south Amsterdam. Instantly the coffee shops fell in love with this special new tetraploid. Through popular demand, this Hindu Kush and skunk hybrid was stabilized and marketed. It has been a classic ever since. A strong plant of medium height and bushiness, Master Kush is a heavy producer with soil, hydro, and has great greenhouse results. The earthy smell of Master Kush is strong and the smoke is smooth. * Plant type: Best suitable for indoor growing. * Plant height: Medium, Indica/Sativa mix. * Stoned or high: Stoney yet high, allround buzz. * THC level: Strong 15-20%. * Flowering Weeks: 8/9. * Yield: 500 grams (Sea of Green on one m2). * Harvest Month: 8/9 (outdoor growing). * Grow difficulty: Easy (Good for beginners). Product
  • Tetraploid 6-26-2011 Tetraploid playing live at Ham's Music in downtown St. Cloud, MN on June 26th, 2011
  • PGG Wrightson Seeds, Tetraploids, Joanne Amyes Joanne Amyes from PGG Wrightson Seeds, New Zealand, provides on farm advice focussing on tetraploid ryegrasses seen on Country 99, Sky TV.
  • C0nc0rdance vs. the Discovery Institute As promised, this is the Q&A session I had with the Discovery Institute at the recent SMU sponsored event, "4 Nails in Darwin's Coffin". For best results, I recommend using the interactive transcript. The full high resolution video of the entire event is available at for download. You are free to do with this video, and the other videos of the event, as you wish. Note that some of the downloadable files were too large, and are available as file-spanning .rar archive files. I apologize for the wordy, too-fast slides that I included. There was a lot of information that needed to be presented to understand why their technical arguments fail on a basic level. You may find that you need to pause the video, or watch it multiple times to get the full effect. The articles I cited/used: 1. My favorite, it refutes Doug Axe's 2004 JMB paper very clearly (free full text): m.nih.gov 2. I borrowed very heavily from Arthur Hunt's ***ysis of Doug Axe's work on Panda's Thumb: 3. Doug Axe's 2004 JMB paper that he bases most of his argument on: m.nih.gov I recorded the Q&A session with my Android phone in my pocket. Audio quality is a bit low, and you'll hear the creak of people's chairs as they got up to leave. Everyone was a bit tired of listening to these clowns. A viewer brought these sites to my attention, and I want to make it clear that the SMU Biology faculty generally oppose Intelligent Design: SMU Biology Professors Speak ...
  • Aneuploidy via Telomere Attrition Telomere dysfunction and aneuploidy are both common features of cancer cells. But are they causally linked? Watch and listen as Titia de Lange and Teresa Davoli take you on a brief, personalized tour of their findings on how the persistent DNA damage signal incurred by dysfunctional telomeres leads to tetraploid and, ultimately, aneuploid cells.
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  • Kinnow & oranges 6 Feb 2011 Garden to Factory Sargodha Pakistan The kinnow is a variety of citrus fruit cultivated extensively in Pakistan and Indian Punjab Province. It is a hybrid of two citrus cultivars — "King" (Citrus nobilis) x "Willow Leaf" (Citrus deliciosa) — first developed by HB Frost[1] at the Citrus Research Centre of the University of California, Riverside, USA. After evaluation, the kinnow was released as a new variety for commercial cultivation in 1935. In 1940, Punjab Agriculture College and Research Institute, Lyallpur (Pakistan), introduced the kinnow. In India this variety was introduced by JC Bakhshi in 1954 at the Punjab Agricultural University, Regional Fruit Research Station, Abohar. It has become an important variety in the Punjab provinces of both India and Pakistan, occupying a major part of the area under cultivation for fruit crops. * 1 Description * 2 Seedless kinnow * 3 Export from Asia * 4 Harvesting and handling * 5 Fruit processing * 6 References The kinnow fruit is large and orange, with 12 to 25 seeds and a globular shape. It matures in January or February. This "easy peel" citrus has assumed special economic importance and export demand due to its high juice content, special flavour, and as a rich source of vitamin C. The factors which have contributed to the success of this fruit are its beautiful golden-orange colour (a major asset from a marketing viewpoint), its abundant juice, and its excellent aroma and taste. Its trees are highly productive; it is not uncommon to find 1000 fruits per tree ...
  • Processing Kinnows and oranges 6 Feb 2011 From Garden to Factory Sargodha Pakistan The kinnow is a variety of citrus fruit cultivated extensively in Pakistan and Indian Punjab Province. It is a hybrid of two citrus cultivars — "King" (Citrus nobilis) x "Willow Leaf" (Citrus deliciosa) — first developed by HB Frost[1] at the Citrus Research Centre of the University of California, Riverside, USA. After evaluation, the kinnow was released as a new variety for commercial cultivation in 1935. In 1940, Punjab Agriculture College and Research Institute, Lyallpur (Pakistan), introduced the kinnow. In India this variety was introduced by JC Bakhshi in 1954 at the Punjab Agricultural University, Regional Fruit Research Station, Abohar. It has become an important variety in the Punjab provinces of both India and Pakistan, occupying a major part of the area under cultivation for fruit crops. * 1 Description * 2 Seedless kinnow * 3 Export from Asia * 4 Harvesting and handling * 5 Fruit processing * 6 References The kinnow fruit is large and orange, with 12 to 25 seeds and a globular shape. It matures in January or February. This "easy peel" citrus has assumed special economic importance and export demand due to its high juice content, special flavour, and as a rich source of vitamin C. The factors which have contributed to the success of this fruit are its beautiful golden-orange colour (a major asset from a marketing viewpoint), its abundant juice, and its excellent aroma and taste. Its trees are highly productive; it is not uncommon to find 1000 fruits per tree ...
  • Drunken Sailors @ the Local Blend, Nov. 6, 2010 This video was uploaded from an Android phone.
  • Common Ancestry or Flawed Research? The Origin of Man by Dr. Duane Gish - Quotes by Evolutionary Scientists Against Evolution - Psalm 7:17 What is man, that thou shouldest magnify him? and that thou shouldest set thine heart upon him? We have all heard the claims and school textbooks love to include it that humans and chimpanzees are about 99 percent genetically identical. However, that claim evaporates when the details of what is being compared are examined. First of all, the DNA sequences that were compared were cherry-picked. Similar sequences in both humans and chimps were compared, while non-similar sequences were ignored. In addition, comparisons were made using only the DNA that codes for making protein. This ignores most of the human and chimp genome. When the DNA that regulates cell operation are included in the comparison, the degree of similarity drops considerably. Important parts of certain chromosomes, like the Y chromosome, are very different. Research has also found that there are major differences between how certain genes express themselves within cells. In addition, the chimpanzee genome is 10 to 12 percent larger than mans, which is quite a difference in itself. The truth is the entire human and chimp genome has never been properly compared, while if it has, it has never been reported. However, when the spiritual differences are considered, there is an unbridgeable gulf between humans and chimps. Man was made in the image of God, to be responsible ...
  • Fusion of the blastomeres during early phases of human embryo development .avi Aneuploidy prediction by noninvasive embryo imaging. The cleaved cells of early human embryo can fuse to form tetraploid cells frequently observed in trophoblast
  • OrchidWeb - Miltonia spectabilis var. moreliana 'King Kong' 4N To learn more about this plant go to: Miltonia spectabilis var. moreliana 'King Kong' 4N: Perhaps the best of the spectabilis with superb, extra large size deep grape-purple flowers. This is the tetraploid form. It also carries the fragrance of black licorice.
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  • Reblooming Daylily Lady™ Elizabeth Learn more at . One of the stars of the Lovely Lady™ series, this elegant snowy white flower seem all the more pure as it contrasts with a rich green throat. Prettily ruffled, unusually prolific, and neat in habit, Lady™ Elizabeth is also a dependable rebloomer. PP 11862 Daylilies are the plants every gardener dreams of. They offer glorious flowers in every shade except blue, a long season of bloom (though individual flowers last but a day), and a robust disposition that makes them easy to transplant, easy to maintain, quick to multiply, and resistant to pests. Planted together in large numbers, they quickly crowd out weeds and make a carefree and colorful ground cover. Among the miracles of modern breeding are tetraploid Daylilies, which have larger flowers with heavier texture and produce more blooms per stem over a longer period. We ship plants that usually bloom the first year. They will outperform lesser grades offered elsewhere. Except as noted, all are "dormant" varieties, which means their leaves are deciduous.