Activation tagging of an Arabidopsis SHI-RELATED SEQUENCE gene produces abnormal anther dehiscence and floral development

@article{Kim2010ActivationTO,
  title={Activation tagging of an Arabidopsis SHI-RELATED SEQUENCE gene produces abnormal anther dehiscence and floral development},
  author={Sang-Gyu Kim and Sangmin Lee and Youn-Sung Kim and Dae-Jin Yun and Je-Chang Woo and Chung-Mo Park},
  journal={Plant Molecular Biology},
  year={2010},
  volume={74},
  pages={337-351}
}
The tapetum is a layer of cells covering the inner surface of pollen sac wall. It contributes to anther development by providing enzymes and materials for pollen coat biosynthesis and nutrients for pollen development. At the end of anther development, the tapetum is degenerated, and the anther is dehisced, releasing mature pollen grains. In Arabidopsis, several genes are known to regulate tapetum formation and pollen development. However, little is known about how tapetum degeneration and… CONTINUE READING

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