Pollen and pistil in the progamic phase

@article{Graaf2001PollenAP,
  title={Pollen and pistil in the progamic phase},
  author={Barend H. J. de Graaf and Jan W. M. Derksen and Celestina Mariani},
  journal={Sexual Plant Reproduction},
  year={2001},
  volume={14},
  pages={41-55}
}
The progamic phase, the period of pollen tube growth through the pistil, is a period of specific interactions between the male gametophyte and the pistil. Understanding of pollen germination and pollen tube growth are relevant for the study of pollen-pistil interactions and for understanding the function of components specifically accumulated in the transmitting tissue cell walls and intercellular matrix that may interact with pollen tubes. 
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