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It is well known that polyploidy is a major force in plant evolution and diversification. Evaluating the transmission of heterozygosity by 2n gametes with different formation mechanisms is of crucial importance. In the present study, 120 triploid hybrids [originating from first-division restitution (FDR), second-division restitution (SDR), and postmeiotic(More)
DNA methylation is an epigenetic mechanism with the potential to regulate gene expression and affect plant phenotypes. Both hybridization and genome doubling may affect the DNA methylation status of newly formed allopolyploid plants. Previous studies demonstrated that changes in cytosine methylation levels and patterns were different among individual hybrid(More)
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