Sex determination in plants.


Most dioecious plant species are believed to derive from hermaphrodite ancestors. The regulatory pathways that have been modified during evolution of the hermaphrodite ancestors and led to the emergence of dioecious species (with separate sexes) still remain unknown. Silene latifolia is a dioecious plant species harbouring XY sex chromosomes. To identify… (More)


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@article{Monger2007SexDI, title={Sex determination in plants.}, author={Françoise Mon{\'e}ger}, journal={Plant signaling & behavior}, year={2007}, volume={2 3}, pages={178-9} }