Self-incompatibility. Prospects for a novel putative peptide-signaling molecule.

@article{Schopfer2000SelfincompatibilityPF,
  title={Self-incompatibility. Prospects for a novel putative peptide-signaling molecule.},
  author={C R Schopfer and June B Nasrallah},
  journal={Plant physiology},
  year={2000},
  volume={124 3},
  pages={935-40}
}
The recent identification of the long elusive pollen determinant of self-incompatibility (SI) in the Brassicaceae family (Schopfer et al., 1999) marks a major advance in SI research. Not only is it now unambiguously proven that in the genus Brassica SI specificity of pollen and stigma is governed by separate genes, but in addition, the availability of the pollen specificity gene opens new avenues for the study of the genetic, biochemical, and physiological aspects of an intriguing cell-cell… CONTINUE READING

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