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Most of the differentiated plant cells replicate their nuclear DNA but there is no chromosome condensation, strand separation, nor cytokinesis, resulting in multiple copies of the genome, and the phenomenon is called endoreduplication. In this communication we report the distribution pattern of DNA endoreduplication in the nuclei of the mature cotyledons of six cultivars of Vigna radiata (mungbean). It has shown that the maximum ploidy level present in the cotyledonary tissues of V. radiata isdoi:10.1080/00087114.2004.10589402 fatcat:2zdrhyby3ve5do5eeqmdye7i2e