Why are triploid varieties of certain plant species considered more valuable than diploid?

Triploids are often larger in relation to diploids. They are characterized by an increased content of a number of substances in the cells, and resistance to adverse environmental factors. They represent an important source of natural variability and can be used as starting material for breeding.

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