S-protein mutants indicate a functional role for SBP in the self-incompatibility reaction of Papaver rhoeas.

@article{Jordan1999SproteinMI,
  title={S-protein mutants indicate a functional role for SBP in the self-incompatibility reaction of Papaver rhoeas.},
  author={N. D. Jordan and Katsuyuki Kakeda and A Conner and Jon P. Ride and Vernonica E Franklin-Tong and F Christopher H Franklin},
  journal={The Plant journal : for cell and molecular biology},
  year={1999},
  volume={20 1},
  pages={
          119-25
        }
}
The self-incompatibility response involves S-allele specific recognition between stigmatic S proteins and incompatible pollen, resulting in S-specific pollen inhibition. In Papaver rhoeas, the pollen S gene product is predicted to be a receptor that interacts with the stigmatic S protein in an S specific manner. We recently identified an S protein binding protein (SBP) in pollen that binds stigmatic S proteins, although apparently not in an S-allele-specific manner. In order to investigate the… CONTINUE READING

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