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What Is the Definition of Hexaploid?
The word hexaploid means to have a chromosome number that is six times the haploid number. This word's first documented use dates back between 1915 and 1920. It is pronounced as hek-suh-ploid.
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what is the definition of hexaploid
(a.) Having a chromosome number that is six times the haploid number
(n.) Hexaploid cell or organism
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