EVOLUTION OF UNILATERAL INCOMPATIBILITY IN FLOWERING PLANTS: FURTHER EVIDENCE IN FAVOUR OF TWIN SPECIFICITIES CONTROLLING INTRA-AND INTERSPECIFIC INCOMPATIBILITY

@inproceedings{Pandey1981EVOLUTIONOU,
  title={EVOLUTION OF UNILATERAL INCOMPATIBILITY IN FLOWERING PLANTS: FURTHER EVIDENCE IN FAVOUR OF TWIN SPECIFICITIES CONTROLLING INTRA-AND INTERSPECIFIC INCOMPATIBILITY},
  author={Krishna Kumar Pandey},
  year={1981}
}
Summary The breeding system in Nicotiana glauca is unique in that the species comprises mainly self-compatible (S.C.) green-flowered plants but also includes rare self-incompatible (S.I.) red-flowered races. The S.C. plants of Nicotiana glauca show unilateral interspecific incompatibility with other S.I. species of Nicotiana, a widely occurring characteristic normally associated with S.C. species with relatively long-established self-compatibility. The present study of S.I. and S.C… CONTINUE READING

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