Overcoming Self-Incompatibility of Brassica napus by Salt (NaC1) Spray

@article{Tlngdong1992OvercomingSO,
  title={Overcoming Self-Incompatibility of Brassica napus by Salt (NaC1) Spray},
  author={Fu Tlngdong and Si Ping and Yang Xiaoniu and Yang Guang-sheng},
  journal={Plant Breeding},
  year={1992},
  volume={109},
  pages={255-258}
}
  • Fu Tlngdong, Si Ping, +1 author Yang Guang-sheng
  • Published 1992
  • Biology
  • Plant Breeding
  • The results of studies from 1982 to 1989 confirm that self-incompatibility (SI) of B. napus can be effectively overcome by spraying solutions of 2 — 10 % table salt (NaCl) during the flowering period. The optimum salt concentration was found to be 5 %. Spraying onto both stigma and stamen is better than onto only one of them, in particular better than spraying only onto the stamen. When self-pollination occurred at intervals of 1 to 32 hours after spraying 5 % NaCl solution upon stigma and… CONTINUE READING
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