Polyploidy

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Polyploidy is a rare condition in which there are more than two sets of chromosomes in an organism. An organism with polyploidy is known as a polyploid. Polyploids are usually infertile. Polyploidy is usually due to nondisjunction during meiosis in parental cells, although it may also occur by abnormalities in mitosis.

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