Arabinogalactan protein profiles and distribution patterns during microspore embryogenesis and pollen development in Brassica napus

@article{ElTantawy2013ArabinogalactanPP,
  title={Arabinogalactan protein profiles and distribution patterns during microspore embryogenesis and pollen development in Brassica napus},
  author={Ahmed-Abdalla El-Tantawy and M Arturo Sol{\'i}s and Mario Lobato da Costa and S{\'i}lvia Manuela Cardoso Coimbra and M. D{\'i}ez Risue{\~n}o and Pilar S Testillano},
  journal={Plant Reproduction},
  year={2013},
  volume={26},
  pages={231-243}
}
Arabinogalactan proteins (AGPs), present in cell walls, plasma membranes and extracellular secretions, are massively glycosylated hydroxyproline-rich proteins that play a key role in several plant developmental processes. After stress treatment, microspores cultured in vitro can reprogramme and change their gametophytic developmental pathways towards embryogenesis, thereby producing embryos which can further give rise to haploid and double haploid plants, important biotechnological tools in… CONTINUE READING
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