Temperature controls both gametophytic and sporophytic development in microspore cultures of Brassica napus

@article{Custers1994TemperatureCB,
  title={Temperature controls both gametophytic and sporophytic development in microspore cultures of Brassica napus},
  author={Jan B. M. Custers and Jan H. G. Cordewener and Yvonne N{\"o}llen and Hans J. M. Dons and Michiel M. Van Lockeren Campagne},
  journal={Plant Cell Reports},
  year={1994},
  volume={13},
  pages={267-271}
}
Temperature controls the developmental fate of isolated Brassica napus microspores in vitro. Culture at 32.5°C leads to sporophytic development and the formation of embryos. Here we show that culture at 17.5°C leads to gametophytic development, and the formation of pollen-like structures at high frequencies (up to 80% after 7 days in culture). Early stages of both developmental pathways are observed in culture at 25.0°C, and embryos are produced at low frequencies (0.7%) at that temperature… CONTINUE READING
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