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Diploids Comments
DIPLOIDS: Cymbidiums The main source of deeply colored flowers; many produce long spikes with colorful flowers; they have vigorous, hardy plant growth; good diploids rank with the very best. OA79-8 0
DIPLOIDS: Floral Characteristics Compared to Neo-tetraploid Flower measurements given; the tetraploids were slightly larger; their range was greater, or their maximums greater; thickness was greater in tetraploids and their symmetry and substance were superior, with a fuller appearance. C70-28+ 0
DIPLOIDS: Meaning The vast majority of living things are diploid (twice haploid) but the haploid varies between genera and sometimes between species; diploid or 2n number for a cymbidium is 40, for a dendrobium 38 indicating the number of chromosomes per cell. AU78-47 0

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