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Cell expansion and endoreduplication show a large genetic variablilty in pericarp and contribute strongly to tomato fruit growth.
35,36) The process of endoreduplication results in multiple cycles of DNA replication associated with a failure of cell division, thus causing markedly enlarged polyploid nuclei with extensive chromosomal gains (Figure 4, B).
In Equisetum hyemale the increases were at levels that were powers of 2, indicating endoreduplication (endopolyploidization), whereas in the other two genera the increased levels of 2.