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endoreduplication

Definitions

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  • n. The replication of chromosomes without mitotic cell division.

Etymologies

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endo- +‎ reduplication.

Examples

  • Through a phenomenon called endoreduplication, the cells in Grand Gala make copies of their DNA, but don't divide.

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  • In Grand Galas, by a phenomenon called endoreduplication, the cells make copies of their DNA but don't divide.

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  • While strong expression of cell cycle inhibitors in the KRP family has been shown to block the cell cycle entirely, moderate levels of KRP overexpression result in increased endoreduplication

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  • Scale bars: 10 µm. lgo mutants block giant cell formation, but not endoreduplication.

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  • SIAMESE gene, which is closely related to LGO, promotes endoreduplication specifically in trichomes

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  • LGO is developmentally specific to regulating endoreduplication in epidermal pavement cells to produce the cell size pattern.

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  • The timing of endoreduplication creates the means for each ploidy as indicated by the lines.

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  • L (1992) Maize endosperm tissue as an endoreduplication system.

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  • We conclude that the LGO gene is necessary for giant cell formation in the plant. lgo cells continue to divide throughout early development and enter endoreduplication later than wild type as predicted.

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  • D (2009) FZR2/CCS52A1 mediated endoreduplication in Arabidopsis development.

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