Programmed cell death is responsible for replaceable bud senescence in chestnut (Castanea mollissima BL.)

@article{Wang2012ProgrammedCD,
  title={Programmed cell death is responsible for replaceable bud senescence in chestnut (Castanea mollissima BL.)},
  author={Guangpeng Wang and Z. Zhang and Dejun Kong and Qingxiang Liu and G. Zhao},
  journal={Plant Cell Reports},
  year={2012},
  volume={31},
  pages={1603-1610}
}
AbstractIn the chestnut “replaceable bud” cultivar ‘Tima zhenzhu’, the auxiliary bud formed on the fruiting branch dies after fruiting, giving rise to a morphology more suitable than the wild type’s for intensive cultivation and heightened production. Here, we show that many of the hallmarks of programmed cell death (PCD) occur during the senescence of the replaceable bud, including DNA degradation, a high ratio of PCD cells and the breakdown of cell ultrastructure. The time course of the… Expand
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