S-RNase complexes and pollen rejection.


Biochemical interactions between the pollen and the pistil allow plants fine control over fertilization. S-RNase-based pollen rejection is among the most widespread and best understood of these interactions. At least three plant families have S-RNase-based self-incompatibility (SI) systems, and S-RNases have also been implicated in interspecific pollen… (More)


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@article{CruzGarca2003SRNaseCA, title={S-RNase complexes and pollen rejection.}, author={Felipe Cruz-Garc{\'i}a and C. Nathan Hancock and Bruce McClure}, journal={Journal of experimental botany}, year={2003}, volume={54 380}, pages={123-30} }