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Studies on polyploidy

I, Cytological investigations on triploidy in Crepis

by M. S. Navashin

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Published by University of California Press in Berkeley, Calif .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Polyploidy,
  • Crepis

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references (p. 395-396).

    Other titlesCytological investigations on triploidy in Crepis.
    Statementby M. Navashin
    SeriesUniversity of California publications in agricultural sciences -- v. 2, no. 14, University of California publications in agricultural sciences -- v. 2, no. 14.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. 378-400, [2] leaves of plates :
    Number of Pages400
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL25412072M


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Navashin. Because polyploidy is most common and best studied in plants, the book emphasizes plant models, but recent studies of vertebrates and fungi are providing fresh perspectives on factors that allow polyploid speciation and shape polyploid : $ Because polyploidy is most common and best studied in plants, the book emphasizes plant models, but recent studies of vertebrates and fungi are providing fresh perspectives on factors that allow polyploid speciation and shape polyploid genomes.

The book emphasizes the tremendous potential of polyploidy in plant breeding to improve existing crops and develop new ones to cater for the needs of an ever-increasing human population. It is divided into 8 chapters, each including an introduction and references, and complemented with plentiful illustrations, figures and tables.

In this regard, studies of diverse species have shown that polyploid genomes are highly dynamic with diverse alterations in gene expression, gene content, physiology, and. This book brings together for the first time the conceptual and theoretical underpinnings of polyploid genome evolution with syntheses of the patterns and processes of genome evolution in diverse polyploid groups.

Because polyploidy is most common and best studied in plants, the book emphasizes plant models, but recent studies of vertebrates. Since Humans have 23 chromosome pairs, the human 'books' consist of one genetic volume Studies on polyploidy book each parent, each with 23 chromosomal 'chapters.' Some mammalian cells, including those in humans, deliberately induce polyploidy.

This occurs when they're in tissues that make lots of proteins, such as muscle and liver. Early researchers of polyploidy (s–s) were geneticists by training but nonetheless savvy to its phenotypic effects, and speculated on the importance of genome duplication to adaptation and crop improvement.

Cytogenetic studies in the s–s indicated that polyploids are larger (sturdier foliage, Cited by: Depending upon the number of sets of chromosomes present in polyploidy it is of various types: The organisms with three sets of chromosomes (2n+n=3n) are called triploids.

The organisms with four sets of chromosomes (2n+2n=4n) are called tetraploids. The organisms with five sets of chromosomes.

From these two studies one might infer (a) that polyploidy is a condition that occurs frequently and accidentally but does not generally lead to further speciation events after polyploidization, (b) that evolutionary success of neopolyploids is possible but not the norm and (c) that extinction of recently formed species occurs more frequently Cited by: Enormous strides have been made in the study of polyploidy over the last 20 yr.

Here, we highlight some of these discoveries and note where our understanding of polyploid evolution has changed. Genetic and genomic studies have dramatically altered the polyploidy by: Polyploidy is seen in many angiosperm plant species, and the related diploid species can be readily identified.

More than 50% of all plants are obvious polyploids, while detailed studies are showing that many other species are crypto- or paleopolyploids. Polyploidy is rare. 1 In this book, the somatic number of any particular torm will be designated as 2n and its gametic number as n, regardless of its degree of polyploidy, unless it is an unbalanced type with an uneven somatic number.

The most probable baSICFile Size: 1MB. Several model systems are presented for the study of polyploids and provide example case studies, hoping to illuminate how the 'internal' and 'external' processes associated with polyploidy contribute to evolutionary success and to the generation of biodiversity.

Understanding the evolutionary phenomenon of polyploidy is a key challenge for plant and crop scientists. This book is made up of contributions from leading researchers in the field from around the world, providing a truly global review of the subject.

Understanding the evolutionary phenomenon of polyploidy is a key challenge for plant and crop scientists.

This book is made up of contributions from leading researchers in the field from around the world, providing a truly global review of the subject.

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) demonstrate the range of methods that can be employed to study the impact of polyploidy and fractionation on genome structure and gene expression. Many studies on fractionation use pairwise comparisons, resulting in debate on the true Cited by: 3.

Emerging trends in polyploidy research. this book is an invaluable resource for geneticists, plant and crop scientists, and evolutionary biologists. Perhaps the Author: Umesh Lavania. from book Polyploidy and Genome Evolution (pp) Sears ER () Cytogenetic studies with polyploid species of wheat.

Additional chromosome aberrations in Triticum vulgare. Genetics Mortimer, R.K.,Radiobiological and genetic studies on a polyploid series (haploid to hexaploid) of Saccharomyces cerevisiae. Radiation Res. 9: – PubMed Google ScholarCited by: 6.

Polyploidy, or whole genome duplication (WGD), is now recognized as a major evolutionary force not only in plants, but also in all eukaryotes (e.g., Mable, ; Gregory and Mable, ).WGD generally results in instant speciation, increasing biodiversity and providing new genetic material for evolution (e.g., Levin,).Illustrating the broad impact of polyploidy, ancient WGD events Cited by:   This book is not quite unique, however, and those interested in polyploidy and genome evolution have benefitted from other recent publications.

Two books on plant genome diversity have been published sincenamely volumes 1 and 2 of Plant genome diversity (Greilhuber et al., ; Wendel et al., ) and Polyploid and hybrid genomics Cited by: 1.

The study of polyploidy in both plants and animals has been strongly biased by discounting of its potential importance in evolutionary diversification by several highly influential researchers.

InH. Muller published a paper entitled ‘Why polyploidy is File Size: KB. Polyploidy is a key mechanism of genome evolution and speciation, particularly in plants.

Many aspects of polyploidy have been elucidated with the tools that have become available during the molecular genetics and genomics revolution.

Nevertheless, significant questions remain about how genome doubling per se, in the absence of hybridization, is capable of generating evolutionary by: Polyploidy is the state of a cell or organism having more than two paired sets of species whose cells have nuclei are diploid, meaning they have two sets of chromosomes—one set inherited from each r, some organisms are polyploid, and polyploidy is especially common in addition, polyploidy occurs in some tissues of animals that are otherwise diploid.

Polyploidy in speciation and agriculture Some estimates suggest that between 30 and 80% of living plant species are polyploid: that is, they have multiple sets of chromosomes. Polyploidy plays a vital role in the evolution of new plant species and the creation of novel varieties in agriculture.

Polyploid plants can arise spontaneously in nature. This book brings together stories and examples by expert researchers and breeders working in diverse crop genera, and details how polyploidy and hybridization processes have shaped our current crops, how these processes have been utilized for crop improvement in the past, and how polyploidy and interspecific hybridization can be used for crop.

Polyploidy, the condition in which a normally diploid cell or organism acquires one or more additional sets of chromosomes. In other words, the polyploid cell or organism has three or more times the haploid chromosome number.

Polyploidy arises as the result of total nondisjunction of chromosomes during mitosis or meiosis. Read More on This Topic. We have developed two recently formed polyploids in Tragopogon (sunflower family) as “evolutionary models” for the study of recent and repeated natural polyploidization.

Our work has provided new insights into the genetic and genomic changes that accompany polyploidy. Tragopogon has now become a text book example of allopolyploidy. The studies show that Pyrus in China produces a change in chromosome number in the evolutional process.

It not only has polyploid species but also has polyploid forms and cultivars in a same species. It will enable to enrich the polyploid composition of Pyrus in the world and may be used in the production, the genetics, and the breeding of by: 6.

A polyploid creature has more than two 'books' in its 'library' of genetic material. Most critters that reproduce sexually have an even number of books: one set from mom and one set from dad.

Polyploidy is a mutation with profound phenotypic consequences and thus hypothesized to have transformative effects in plant ecology.

This is most often considered in the context of geographical and environmental distributions—as achieved from divergence of physiological and life-history traits—but may also include species interactions and biological by:   This is a major lacuna in the toolbox for polyploid data analysis that prevents polyploidy researchers from addressing pressing questions around the impact of polyploidy on the efficacy of selection.

Assignment Tests. In an assignment test, the putative population of origin is determined for individuals of unknown by: Polyploidy has played an built-in function in the evolutionary history of workss, every bit good as craniates and other eucaryotes.

Polyploidy is the status where being that undergo miosis have more than the usual two complete sets of chromosomes (Comai, ). By and large the polyploid being has an even set of chromosomes, for illustration four is the most common.

polyploid Describing a nucleus that contains more than two sets of chromosomes (see diploid) or a cell or organism containing such example, triploid plants have three sets of chromosomes and tetraploid plants have four.

Polyploidy is far more common in plants than in animals; many crops, in particular, are polyploid (bread wheat, for example, is hexaploid, i.e. 6n). Because polyploidy is most common and best studied in plants, the book emphasizes plant models, but recent studies of vertebrates and fungi are providing fresh perspectives on factors that allow polyploid speciation and shape polyploid : Springer Berlin Heidelberg.

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Speciation is the evolutionary process by which populations evolve to become distinct biologist Orator F. Cook coined the term in for cladogenesis, the splitting of lineages, as opposed to anagenesis, phyletic evolution within lineages.

Charles Darwin was the first to describe the role of natural selection in speciation in his book On the Origin of Species. Learn polyploidy with free interactive flashcards. Choose from different sets of polyploidy flashcards on Quizlet. polyploidy occurs naturally in many plants—including peanuts and daylilies—due to mistakes in mitosis or meiosis.

diploid humans receive a haploid (n) set of chromosomes from each of your parents, making you a ______ (2n) organism.Polyploidy refers to cells or organisms that contain more than two copies of each of their an organism is normally diploid, some spontaneous aberrations may occur which are usually caused by a hampered cell division.

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