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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
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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
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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
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Recovery of primary transformants of soybean
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 withExpand
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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...
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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 byExpand
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