Formation pattern in five types of pollen tetrad in Pseuduvaria trimera (Annonaceae)

@article{Li2018FormationPI,
  title={Formation pattern in five types of pollen tetrad in Pseuduvaria trimera (Annonaceae)},
  author={Bingxin Li and F. Xu},
  journal={Protoplasma},
  year={2018},
  volume={256},
  pages={53-68}
}
In basal angiosperms, there are several types of permanent tetrad but their formation pattern remains elusive. Pseuduvaria trimera has five types of tetrads and is the species with the most abundant tetrad types in Annonaceae. In order to interpret the formation pattern of different tetrad types, pollen development was investigated from the microspore mother cell stage to the bicellular pollen stage and the ultrastructure of pollen wall in the five tetrad types using light microscopy… Expand
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