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From: A transcriptomic view of the ability of nascent hexaploid wheat to tolerate aneuploidy

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Newly synthesized hexaploid wheat. (a) M4B: plant lacking one copy of chromosome 4B, Tri4B: plant carrying an extra copy of chromosome 4B. (b) SegT2A: plant harbouring a duplicated segment of the short arm of chromosome 2A. N7B + SegT2A, plant lacking both copies of chromosome 7B (rectangle with red dotted border) and harbouring a duplicated segment of the short arm of chromosome 2A. (c) A spike imaged at the heading stage, illustrating the nature of the samples taken for RNA extraction

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