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diploid dip·loid (dĭp'loid')
Having two sets of chromosomes or double the haploid number of chromosomes in the germ cell, with one member of each chromosome pair derived from the ovum and one from the spermatazoon. The diploid number, 46 in humans, is the normal chromosome complement of an organism's somatic cells. n.
A diploid organism or cell.

Most plant and animal tissues consist of diploid cells. In multicellular animals, organisms are typically diploid for their entire life cycles. Plant multicellular organisms, such as flowering plants , have life cycles that vacillate between periods of a diploid stage and a haploid stage. Known as alternation of generations , this type of life cycle is exhibited in both non-vascular and vascular plants.

2017 - Hemerocallis Breath of Blue Air Flower size: 15 cm Height: 70 cm Season: Early Midseason Foliage: Dormant Ploidy: Diploid Rebloom: Yes Fragrant: No

The first definition of diploid in the dictionary is having pairs of homologous chromosomes so that twice the haploid number is present. Other definition of diploid is double or twofold. Diploid is also a diploid cell or organism.

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