NEOPOLYPLOIDY IN FLOWERING PLANTS

@article{Ramsey2002NEOPOLYPLOIDYIF,
  title={NEOPOLYPLOIDY IN FLOWERING PLANTS},
  author={Justin Ramsey and Douglas W. Schemske},
  journal={Annual Review of Ecology, Evolution, and Systematics},
  year={2002},
  volume={33},
  pages={589-639}
}
▪ Abstract Here we review the biology of early generation neopolyploids and discuss the profound changes that accompany their formation. Newly formed auto- and allopolyploids exhibit considerable meiotic complexity, including multivalent pairing, multisomic inheritance, and the production of unbalanced gametes. The cytogenetic behavior of allopolyploids and autopolyploids differ statistically, but are more similar than commonly believed. The progeny of neopolyploids include a high frequency of… Expand

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