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Cloning of cDNA for a stylar glycoprotein associated with expression of self-incompatibility in Nicotiana alata
Self-incompatibility in flowering plants is controlled by the S gene. A complementary DNA clone encoding a style protein of Nicotiana alata which segregates with the S2 allele has now been sequenced.… Expand
Somatic Embryogenesis: Factors Influencing Coordinated Behaviour of Cells as an Embryogenic Group
Ovarian and other late-acting self-incompatibility systems
In a recent review of self-incompatibility (SI) in flowering plants, Dickinson (1990) noted that ‘SI in angiosperms is probably the best defined cellular communication system in the plant kingdom.… Expand
Genetic control of self-incompatibility and reproductive development in flowering plants
A: Self-Incompatibility. I. Molecular biology. II. Cellular and whole plant studies. B: Control of Sex Expression and Floral Development. C: Genes Active in Male Gametogenesis: Pollen Genes. I.… Expand
Recovery of primary transformants of soybean
- W. Parrott, L. Hoffman, D. Hildebrand, E. Williams, G. Collins
- Biology, Medicine
- Plant Cell Reports
- 1 March 1989
Three transformants of soybean, Glycine max (L.) Merr., have been recovered among a total of 18 plants regenerated by somatic embryogenesis from immature cotyledon tissues after cocultivation with… Expand
ANT INHIBITION OF POLLEN FUNCTION: A POSSIBLE REASON WHY ANT POLLINATION IS RARE
Origin and Development of Somatic Embryoids Formed Directly on Immature Embryos of Trifolium repens In Vitro
Applications of somatic embryogenesis and embryo cloning
An in vitro chromosome doubling method for clovers (Trifolium spp.)
This research reports a new technique for chromosome doubling of clover (Trifolium sp.) axillary meristems via in vitro colchicine application. Plant material utilized included T. pratense (red clo...
FUNCTIONAL SYNCARPY BY INTERCARPELLARY GROWTH OF POLLEN TUBES IN A PRIMITIVE APOCARPOUS ANGIOSPERM, ILLICIUM FLORIDANUM (ILLICIACEAE)'
Fluorescence microscopy and histological studies have been used to show that in Illicium floridanum Ellis (Illiciaceae), a primitive apocarpous angiosperm, functional syncarpy is achieved by… Expand