Sex-determining mechanisms in land plants.

@article{Tanurdi2004SexdeterminingMI,
  title={Sex-determining mechanisms in land plants.},
  author={Milo{\vs} Tanurd{\vz}i{\'c} and Jo Ann Banks},
  journal={The Plant cell},
  year={2004},
  volume={16 Suppl},
  pages={S61-71}
}
Sex determination is a process that leads to the physical separation of male and female gamete-producing structures to different individuals of a species. Even though sexually reproducing species have only three possible options—to relegate the two sexes to separate individuals, to keep them together on the same individual, or to have a combination of both—plants in particular display a great variety of sexual phenotypes. In angiosperms, a sex-determining process is manifest in species that are… CONTINUE READING
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