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Endoreduplication


Endoreduplication is the duplication of the genome without mitosis. Endoreduplication is a common process in eukaryotes and results in an increase in the nuclear DNA content, permitting amplification of the genome of specialized cells. Moreover, the increase in the ploidy level correlates with an increase in nuclear volume and cell size, suggesting that...
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endoreduplication ( ¦endōrē′düplə′kāshən ) ( cell and molecular biology ) Appearance in mitotic cells of certain chromosomes or chromosome sets
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Increasing nuclear DNA content by endoreduplication is thought to provide a ... The occurrence of endoreduplication has been reported for various cell types in ...
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The reduction of endoreduplication in trichomes was associated with an altered ... Formerly, gl3 was described as an endoreduplication mutant (Hulskamp et al., 1994) ...
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Endoreduplication is a form of nuclear polyploidization that results in multiple, ... In plants, endoreduplication is well documented in the endosperm and cotyledons ...
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... nuclei was used to examine the level of endoreduplication in epidermal cells ... Key words: Endoreduplication, gradient of gibberellic acid, lipid bodies, ...
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DNA Topoisomerase VI Is Essential for Endoreduplication in Arabidopsis ... Endoreduplication is a common process in eukaryotes that involves DNA ...
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... E expression inhibits progression through endoreduplication cycles in Drosophila ... In contrast, during endoreduplication, which accompanies post-mitotic cell ...
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Endoreduplication corresponds to an incomplete cell cycle, very common in plants, ... These authors reported levels of endoreduplication up to 256C in cherry ...
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Endoreduplication is an incomplete cell cycle that leads to the increase of ... Endoreduplication may be involved in the control of fruit growth since it was ...
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Endoreduplication is different between inbred lines by 13–18 days after ... Three measurements of endoreduplication were calculated from these data and ...
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endoreduplication synonyms. endoreduplication usage examples and endoreduplication quotes. ... endoreduplication definition - medical. en·do·re·du·pli·ca·tion ...
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... duplication cycle without consequent mitosis is called endoreduplication. ... Polyploidization by endoreduplication requires regulation of the cell cycle. ...
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Furthermore, endoreduplication was increased five- seven-fold in the mutants. ... Overexpression of Rad52 prevented endoreduplication in RPA-overexpressing cells, ...
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DNA endoreduplication is the replication of nuclear DNA without subsequent ... DNA endoreduplication has been shown to be negatively affected by high ...
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Targeting all JAKs also caused endoreduplication 48 and 72 hours after treatment. ... The G2-M arrest and endoreduplication induced by JAK inhibitors were reduced in ...
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As endoreduplication proceeds, increase in cell size is positively correlated to ... However, little is known about developmental control of endoreduplication. ...
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Endoreduplication and differentiation. Endoreduplication is the major mechanism ... Endoreduplication shares several characteristics with the mitotic cycle. ...
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An identical effect on the endoreduplication cycle could be observed by ... Endoreduplication is widespread among eukaryotes, although most prevailing in ...
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