The ARC1 E3 Ligase Promotes Two Different Self-Pollen Avoidance Traits in Arabidopsis.

@article{Indriolo2014TheAE,
  title={The ARC1 E3 Ligase Promotes Two Different Self-Pollen Avoidance Traits in Arabidopsis.},
  author={Emily Indriolo and Darya Safavian and Daphne R Goring},
  journal={The Plant cell},
  year={2014},
  volume={26 4},
  pages={1525-1543}
}
Flowering plants have evolved various strategies for avoiding self-pollen to drive genetic diversity. These strategies include spatially separated sexual organs (herkogamy), timing differences between male pollen release and female pistil receptivity (dichogamy), and self-pollen rejection. Within the Brassicaceae, these outcrossing systems are the evolutionary default state, and many species display these traits, including Arabidopsis lyrata. In contrast to A. lyrata, closely related… CONTINUE READING
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