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Cloning of cDNA for a stylar glycoprotein associated with expression of self-incompatibility in Nicotiana alata
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A complementary DNA clone encoding a style protein of Nicotiana alata which segregates with the S2 allele has now been sequenced and shows that the S-allele-associated style components in different genotypes of N. alata and in Lycopersicon peruvianum are homologous. Expand
Ovarian and other late-acting self-incompatibility systems
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Although OSI systems have been reported to occur primarily in woody species, incompatible pollen tube arrest within the ovary has now been reported for a number of herbaceous monocotyledonous and dicotylingonous species as well (Seavey and Bawa 1986). Expand
Genetic control of self-incompatibility and reproductive development in flowering plants
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This paper presents a meta-anatomy of gametogenesis, a cellular and molecular biology study of male sterility and its consequences in plants, which aims to clarify the role of “sex expression” in Gametogenesis. Expand
Recovery of primary transformants of soybean
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The results indicate that somatic embryogenesis may be adaptable to Agrobacterium-mediated transformation in soybean, but that greater numbers of mitotic cycles under selection before embryo initiation will be required if somatic embryos is to be used efficiently for production of plants with transformed germ-line cells. Expand
An in vitro chromosome doubling method for clovers (Trifolium spp.)
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A new technique for chromosome doubling of clover (Trifolium sp.) axillary meristems via in vitro colchicine application is reported, and plant material utilized included T. pratense. Expand
FUNCTIONAL SYNCARPY BY INTERCARPELLARY GROWTH OF POLLEN TUBES IN A PRIMITIVE APOCARPOUS ANGIOSPERM, ILLICIUM FLORIDANUM (ILLICIACEAE)'
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The pollen tube pathway of Illicium appears to be a primitive expression of a line of evolutionary development leading to syncarpous gynoecia through stages possibly exemplified by certain members of the Trochodendraceae (lower Hamamelididae). Expand
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