Elke Görgen

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Elevation of the culture temperature to 32°C for approximately 8 h can irreversibly change the developmental fate of isolatedBrassica napus microspores from pollen development to embryogenesis. This stress treatment was accompanied by de-novo synthesis of a number of heat-shock proteins (HSPs) of the 70-kDa class: HSP68 and HSP70. A detailed biochemical and(More)
Elevation of the culture temperature to 32°C for approximately 8 h can irreversibly change the developmental fate of isolated Brassica napus microspores from pollen development to embryogenesis. This stress treatment was accompanied by de-novo synthesis of a number of heat-shock proteins (HSPs) of the 70-kDa class: HSP68 and HSP70. A detailed biochemical(More)
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