Sequence and structural diversity of the S locus genes from different lines with the same self-recognition specificities in Brassica oleracea.

@article{Kusaba2000SequenceAS,
  title={Sequence and structural diversity of the S locus genes from different lines with the same self-recognition specificities in Brassica oleracea.},
  author={Makoto Kusaba and Masanori Matsushita and Keiichi Okazaki and Yoko Satta and Takahiro Nishio},
  journal={Genetics},
  year={2000},
  volume={154 1},
  pages={
          413-20
        }
}
Self-incompatibility (SI) is a mechanism for preventing self-fertilization in flowering plants. In Brassica, it is controlled by a single multi-allelic locus, S, and it is believed that two highly polymorphic genes in the S locus, SLG and SRK, play central roles in self-recognition in stigmas. SRK is a putative receptor protein kinase, whose extracellular domain exhibits high similarity to SLG. We analyzed two pairs of lines showing cross-incompatibility (S(2) and S(2-b); S(13) and S(13-b)). In… CONTINUE READING

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