Reproductive pathways of seed development in apomictic guinea grass (Panicum maximum Jacq.) reveal uncoupling of apomixis components

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One hundred and sixty accessions representing global germplasm of guinea grass (Panicum maximum Jacq.), an important apomictic (aposporous) fodder crop, were subjected to study on reproductive diversity in apomictic seed development utilizing ovule clearing and flow cytometric seed screen (FCSS). Single seed FCSS of selected 14 tetraploid and five hexaploid… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/s10681-008-9650-4

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@article{Kaushal2008ReproductivePO, title={Reproductive pathways of seed development in apomictic guinea grass (Panicum maximum Jacq.) reveal uncoupling of apomixis components}, author={Pulkit Kaushal and Dhaval Malaviya and A. K. Roy and Shalini Pathak and A. Agrawal and Ambica Khare and S. A. Siddiqui}, journal={Euphytica}, year={2008}, volume={164}, pages={81-92} }