Incompatibility in Autotetraploid Trifolium Repens L. I. Competition and Self-Compatibility.

@article{Brewbaker1954IncompatibilityIA,
  title={Incompatibility in Autotetraploid Trifolium Repens L. I. Competition and Self-Compatibility.},
  author={J L Brewbaker},
  journal={Genetics},
  year={1954},
  volume={39 3},
  pages={307-16}
}
ELF-INCOMPATIBILITY is the inability of a plant producing functional male and female gametes to set seed upon self-pollination. The best known genetic system effecting incompatibility in plants is that in which a single series of oppositional alleles governs pollen-tube growth, with pollen behavior under autonomous, or gametophytic, genetic control (EAST and MANCELSDORF 1926). Self-incompatibility in diploid white clover, Trifolium repens L., was shown by ATWOOD (1940) to be conditioned by… CONTINUE READING
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