diploid

Having two different sets of chromosomes in the same nucleus of each cell. Most metazoans and plants are diploid. Compare with haploid.
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diploid

Having a ploidy of two.
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Diploid

Having two homologous chromosomes in pairs in the nucleus so that twice the haploid number is present, usually written as 2n.
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diploid

[adj] - (genetics 2. [n] - (genetics) an organism or cell having two sets of chromosomes or twice the haploid number
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Diploid

Possessing two basic sets of chromosomes.
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diploid

Chromosome state in which the chromosomes are present in homologous pairs. Note: Normal human somatic (non-reproductive) cells are diploid (they have 46 chromosomes), whereas reproductive cells, with 23 chromosomes, are haploid.
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Diploid

Diploid: The number of chromosomes in most cells of the body. This number is 46 in humans. It is naturally twice the haploid number of 23 chromosomes contained in human eggs (ova) and sperm.
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diploid

A diploid cell has its chromosomes in homologous pairs, and thus has 2 copies of each autosomal genetic locus. The diploid number (2n) equals twice the haploid number and is the characteristic number for most cells other than gametes.
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Diploid

Dip'loid noun [ Greek ... twofold + -oid .] (Crystallog.) A solid bounded by twenty- four similar quadrilateral faces. It is a hemihedral form of the hexoctahedron.
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diploid

<cell biology, genetics> A cell with a full set of genetic material, consisting of chromosomes in homologous pairs and thus having two copies of each autosomal genetic locus. A diploid cell has one chromosome from each parental set. ... most animal cells have a diploid set of chromosomes. The diploid human genome has 46 chromosomes. ... The g
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diploid

adjective of a cell or organism having two sets of chromosomes or twice the haploid number; `diploid somatic cells`
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diploid

noun (genetics) an organism or cell having two sets of chromosomes or twice the haploid number
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diploid

(dip´loid) having two full sets of chromosomes, as normally found in the somatic cells of eukaryotes (2n or, in humans, 46). See also haploid.
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Diploid

• (n.) A solid bounded by twenty-four similar quadrilateral faces. It is a hemihedral form of the hexoctahedron.
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Diploid

Cell that contains two sets of chromosomes. Also see haploid.
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diploid

A full set of genetic material, consisting of paired chromosomes one chromosome from each parental set. Most animal cells except the gametes have a diploid set of chromosomes. The diploid human genome has 46 chromosomes. Compare haploid.
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Diploid

A full set of genetic material consisting of paired chromosomes, one from each parental set. Most animal cells except the gametes have a diploid set of chromosomes. The diploid human genome has 46 chromosomes.
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diploid

Having two sets of chromosomes. The diploid number is the number of chromosomes in most cells except the gametes, which are haploid (containing only a single set of chromosomes). In humans, the diploid number is 46. In a diploid cell, the chromosomes of each pair carry the same genes. The cells of...
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diploid

Type: Term Pronunciation: dip′loyd Definitions: 1. Denoting the state of a cell containing two haploid sets derived from the father and from the mother respectively; the normal chromosome complement of somatic cells (in humans, 46 chromosomes).
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diploid

Having paired chromosomes in each cell. In sexually reproducing species, one set is derived from each parent, the gametes, or sex cells, of each parent being haploid (having only one set of chromosomes) due to meiosis (reduction cell division)
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diploid

(Gk: diplous=double; eidos=form) (of the number of chromosomes): the double, or complete number of chromosomes found in the body sells, compared witht he single number (haploid=single) found in sex cells.
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diploid

(dip;loid) Denoting cells having two of each chromosome or twice the number of chromosomes that are present in sperm or ova.
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diploid

(dip;loid) Denoting cells having two of each chromosome or twice the number of chromosomes that are present in sperm or ova.
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diploid

Cells that contain homologous chromosomes. The number of chromosomes in the cells is the diploid number and is equal to 2n (n is the number of homologous pairs).
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Diploid

A full set of genetic material consisting of paired chromosomes, one from each parental set. Most animal cells except the gametes have a diploid set of chromosomes. The diploid human genome has 46 chromosomes.
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