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Why is polyploidy lethal for some organisms while for others is not?
Polyploidy is the multiplication of number of chromosomal sets from 2n to 3n (triploidy), 4n (tetraploidy) and so on. It is quite common in plants, for example many crops like wheat or Brassica forms. ...
Feb 6 '12 at 17:32
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