Self-incompatibility of Prunus tenella and evidence that reproductively isolated species of Prunus have different SFB alleles coupled with an identical S-RNase allele.

@article{urbanovski2007SelfincompatibilityOP,
  title={Self-incompatibility of Prunus tenella and evidence that reproductively isolated species of Prunus have different SFB alleles coupled with an identical S-RNase allele.},
  author={Nada {\vS}urbanovski and Kenneth R. Tobutt and M. Konstantinovic and Vesna R Maksimovi{\'c} and Daniel James Sargent and Vladimir Stevanovi{\'c} and Radovan I. Bo{\vs}kovi{\'c}},
  journal={The Plant journal : for cell and molecular biology},
  year={2007},
  volume={50 4},
  pages={723-34}
}
Many species of Prunus display an S-RNase-based gametophytic self-incompatibility (SI), controlled by a single highly polymorphic multigene complex termed the S-locus. This comprises tightly linked stylar- and pollen-expressed genes that determine the specificity of the SI response. We investigated SI of Prunus tenella, a wild species found in small, isolated populations on the Balkan peninsula, initially by pollination experiments and identifying stylar-expressed RNase alleles. Nine P. tenella… CONTINUE READING
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