Yongzhang Wang

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In S-RNase-based self-incompatibility, S-RNase was previously thought to function as a selective RNase that inhibits pollen whose S-haplotype matches that in the pistil. In this study, we showed that S-RNase has a distinct effect on the regulation of Ca(2+)-permeable channel activity in the apical pollen tube in Pyrus pyrifolia. While non-self S-RNase has(More)
Among the Rosaceae species, the gametophytic self-incompatibility (GSI) is controlled by a single multi-allelic S locus, which is composed of the pistil-S and pollen-S genes. The pistil-S gene encodes a polymorphic ribonuclease (S-RNase), which is essential for identifying self-pollen. However, the S-RNase system has not been fully characterized. In this(More)
Starch degradation in cells is closely associated with cereal seed germination, photosynthesis in leaves, carbohydrate storage in tuberous roots, and fleshy fruit development. Based on previously reported in vitro assays, β-amylase is considered one of the key enzymes catalyzing starch breakdown, but up to date its role in starch breakdown in living cells(More)
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