Cytokinesis in Pollen Mother Cells of Angiosperms, with Emphasis on Laurelia novae-zelandiae (Monimiaceae)

@inproceedings{Sampson1969CytokinesisIP,
  title={Cytokinesis in Pollen Mother Cells of Angiosperms, with Emphasis on Laurelia novae-zelandiae (Monimiaceae)},
  author={Frederick Bruce Sampson},
  year={1969}
}
PMC cytokinesis in Laurelia novae-zelandiae is of a type apparently unique in the literature. Remnants of telophase I spindle fibres persist in reduced form during meiosis II and near the end of this division two phragmoplasts, linking ‘cousin’ nuclei, are formed in the region of the telophase I spindle fibres. It is not clear whether or not these secondary spindle fibres are the result of intensification and extension of the telophase I spindle remnants. Cytokinesis occurs by cell plate… CONTINUE READING

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