tetraploid

Nucleus, cell or organism that has four copies of the normal haploid chromosome set.

Tetraploid

Having four times (4n) the basic number of chromosomes or twice the diploid number (2n).

tetraploid

(tet┬┤rә-ploid″) pertaining to or characterized by tetraploidy. an individual or cell having four sets of chromosomes.
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tetraploid

A plant with four sets of chromosomes. A normal plant is diploid with two sets of chromosomes. Most modern complex orchids hybrids are tetraploid.
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Tetraploid

Genetic aberration wherein the plant has twice as many chromosome sets as normal, often resulting in very vigorous, large plants and flowers.
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tetraploid

Nucleus, cell or organism that has four copies of the normal haploid chromosome set. ... (18 Nov 1997) ...
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tetraploid

Type: Term Pronunciation: tet′ră-ployd See: polyploidy
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