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Population Dynamics of Diploid and Hexaploid Populations of a Perennial Herb

Pennisetum squamulatum: Is the Predominant Cytotype Hexaploid or Octaploid?

The Origin of Spelt and Free-Threshing Hexaploid Wheat

Variation of floret fertility in hexaploid wheat revealed by tiller removal

Phenotyping pipeline reveals major seedling root growth QTL in hexaploid wheat

Accumulation of protein subunits and their polymers in developing grains of hexaploid wheats

Uptake and retranslocation of leaf‐applied cadmium (109Cd) in diploid, tetraploid and hexaploid wheats

Cytotype distribution at a diploid–hexaploid contact zone in Aster amellus (Asteraceae)

New TAXI-type Xylanase Inhibitor Genes are Inducible by Pathogens and Wounding in Hexaploid Wheat

Differences in Zinc Efficiency among and within Diploid, Tetraploid and Hexaploid Wheats

Cultivars of Hexaploid Wheat of Contrasting Stature and Chlorophyll Retention Differ in Cytokinin Content and Responsiveness

Photoperiod and Vernalization Responses in Triticum turgidum × T. tauschii Synthetic Hexaploid Wheats

Mixed mating in androdioecious Mercurialis annua inferred using progeny arrays and diploid-acting microsatellite loci in a hexaploid background

Heterochronic development of the floret meristem determines grain number per spikelet in diploid, tetraploid and hexaploid wheats

Distribution and habitat segregation on different spatial scales among diploid, tetraploid and hexaploid cytotypes of Senecio carniolicus (Asteraceae) in the Eastern Alps

An analysis of dormancy, ABA responsiveness, after-ripening and pre-harvest sprouting in hexaploid wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) caryopses

Molecular Characterization of TaFAR1 Involved in Primary Alcohol Biosynthesis of Cuticular Wax in Hexaploid Wheat


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A polyploid possessing six sets (6N) of chromosomes or genomes; e.g., bread wheat is thought to have originated by hybridizations involving three different species, each of which contributed two genomes to the allohexaploid. See wheat.

Subjects: Genetics and Genomics.

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