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Defective in Tapetal development and function 1 is essential for anther development and tapetal function for microspore maturation in Arabidopsis.
In Arabidopsis, the tapetum plays important roles in anther development by providing enzymes for callose dissolution and materials for pollen-wall formation, and by supplying nutrients for pollenExpand
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RUPTURED POLLEN GRAIN1, a Member of the MtN3/saliva Gene Family, Is Crucial for Exine Pattern Formation and Cell Integrity of Microspores in Arabidopsis1[C][W][OA]
During microsporogenesis, the microsporocyte (or microspore) plasma membrane plays multiple roles in pollen wall development, including callose secretion, primexine deposition, and exine patternExpand
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AUXIN RESPONSE FACTOR17 Is Essential for Pollen Wall Pattern Formation in Arabidopsis1[C][W][OA]
The isolation and characterization of the arf17 mutant uncovers potential roles for auxin in pollen wall pattern formation and pollen tube growth. In angiosperms, pollen wall pattern formation isExpand
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Arabidopsis RPG1 is important for primexine deposition and functions redundantly with RPG2 for plant fertility at the late reproductive stage
Arabidopsis Ruptured Pollen Grain-1 (RPG1/Sweet8) is a member of the MtN3/saliva protein family that functions as a sugar transporter. The rpg1 mutant shows defective exine pattern formation. In thisExpand
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RUPTURED POLLEN GRAIN 1 , a Member of the MtN 3 / saliva Gene Family , Is Crucial for Exine Pattern Formation and Cell Integrity of Microspores in Arabidopsis 1 [ C ] [ W ] [ OA ]
During microsporogenesis, the microsporocyte (or microspore) plasma membrane plays multiple roles in pollen wall development, including callose secretion, primexine deposition, and exine patternExpand
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AUXIN RESPONSE FACTOR 17 Is Essential for Pollen Wall Pattern Formation in Arabidopsis 1 [ C ] [ W ] [ OA ]
In angiosperms, pollen wall pattern formation is determined by primexine deposition on the microspores. Here, we show that AUXIN RESPONSE FACTOR17 (ARF17) is essential for primexine formation andExpand
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Multiple impairments in male reproduction 1 (mimr1), a novel male-sterile mutant of Arabidopsis thaliana, shows several defects in male reproductive development
We have characterized a new male-sterile mutant in Arabidopsis that exhibits conditional sterility but has restored fertility when drought-stressed. This mutant, multiple impairments in maleExpand
Generation of seed lipoxygenase-free soybean using CRISPR-Cas9
Abstract Beany flavor induced by three lipoxygenases (LOXs, including LOX1, LOX2, and LOX3) restricts human consumption of soybean. It is desirable to generate lipoxygenase-free new mutant lines toExpand
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