Subject: whats the greates level of polyploidy observed in any organism
Date: Tue May 8 19:48:49 2001
Posted by desmond
Grade level: undergrad
School: university college cork
City: cork State/Province: cork
Area of science: Cell Biology
I know that mammals are diploid etc and that some species of salamander may
have 3 or 4 copies of their genome per cell but which animal or plant has the
most and how many copies is this?
Re: whats the greates level of polyploidy observed in any organism
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