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Triploidy caused by endoreduplication in a human zygote obtained after in-vitro fertilization.
Endoreduplication is a common feature of epithelial cells in Oikopleura (Ganot and Thompson, 2002) and could be present in the notochord as well.
An increasing rate of endoreduplication results in cells with greater DNA content and, subsequently, increased gene expression and greater sink capacity for the developing seed.
Park JA, Ahn JW, Kim YK, Kim S J, Kim JK, Kim WT, Pai HS (2005) Retinoblastoma Protein regulates proliferation, differentiation and endoreduplication in plants.
dioica, cell numbers in many tissues are fixed, and growth occurs principally through endoreduplication (Ganot and Thompson, 2002).
In this condition, the androgenetic cell line is thought to arise from endoreduplication of the haploid paternal genome, whereas the biparental cell line arises from the combination of the haploid maternal and the paternal genomes.
Because nuclear DNA endoreduplication occurs mostly after 9 DAP, the increase in total polyamines is probably related to DNA synthesis during the division of endosperm nuclei.
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.
lessonae genome prior to meiosis and is followed by a regulatory endoreduplication of the R.
Stresses in the early post-pollination phase decrease endosperm cell division, endoreduplication, and other cellular events preparatory for storage product synthesis (Ober et al.
Recently, we also reported that the magnitude of DNA endoreduplication was highly correlated with endosperm FW, which implies an important role of DNA endoreduplication in the determination of endosperm mass (Engelen-Eigles et al.