Why does biparental plastid inheritance revive in angiosperms?

@article{Zhang2009WhyDB,
  title={Why does biparental plastid inheritance revive in angiosperms?},
  author={Quan Zhang and Sodmergen},
  journal={Journal of Plant Research},
  year={2009},
  volume={123},
  pages={201-206}
}
It is widely believed that plastid and mitochondrial genomes are inherited through the maternal parent. In plants, however, paternal transmission of these genomes is frequently observed, especially for the plastid genome. A male gametic trait, called potential biparental plastid inheritance (PBPI), occurs in up to 20% of angiosperm genera, implying a strong tendency for plastid transmission from the male lineage. Why do plants receive organelles from the male parents? Are there clues in… Expand
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