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THE POPULATION GENETICS OF SPOROPHYTIC SELF-INCOMPATIBILITY IN THREE HYBRIDIZING SENECIO (ASTERACEAE) SPECIES WITH CONTRASTING POPULATION HISTORIES - Brennan - 2013 - Evolution - Wiley Online Library

THE POPULATION GENETICS OF SPOROPHYTIC SELF-INCOMPATIBILITY IN THREE HYBRIDIZING SENECIO (ASTERACEAE) SPECIES WITH CONTRASTING POPULATION HISTORIES - Brennan - 2013 - Evolution - Wiley Online Library | Plant Reproductive Barriers | Scoop.it
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Self Incompatibility « Zhihua Hua

Self Incompatibility « Zhihua Hua | Plant Reproductive Barriers | Scoop.it
Self incompatibility is a biological phenomenon preventing an organism from producing progeny via the fertilization of its self male and female gametophytes. Via cross-fertilization, the genomes in the progeny are significantly ...
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Molecular characterization and evolution of self-incompatibility genes in ... - Science Codex

Molecular characterization and evolution of self-incompatibility genes in ... - Science Codex | Plant Reproductive Barriers | Scoop.it
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Self-Incompatibility in Flowering Plants: Evolution, Diversity, and Mechanisms: Vernonica E. Franklin-Tong: Amazon.com: Kindle Store

Self-Incompatibility in Flowering Plants: Evolution, Diversity, and Mechanisms: Vernonica E. Franklin-Tong: Amazon.com: Kindle Store (Self-Incompatibility in Flowering Plants: Evolution, Diversity, and Mechanisms: Great progress has been made i...
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Data from: Inbreeding depression in self-incompatible North ...

Data from: Inbreeding depression in self-incompatible North ... | Plant Reproductive Barriers | Scoop.it
Stift M, Hunter BD, Shaw B, Adam A, Hoebe PN, Mable BK (2012) Inbreeding depression in self-incompatible North American Arabidopsis lyrata: disentangling genomic and S-locus specific genetic load. Heredity 110: 19-28.
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Using high-throughput sequencing to investigate the evolution of self-incompatibility genes in the Brassicaceae: strategies and challenges - Enlighten

Using high-throughput sequencing to investigate the evolution of self-incompatibility genes in the Brassicacea... http://t.co/zJ6WdhXpVD
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PLOS ONE: Inheritance of Hetero-Diploid Pollen S-Haplotype in Self-Compatible Tetraploid Chinese Cherry (Prunus pseudocerasus Lindl)

PLOS ONE: Inheritance of Hetero-Diploid Pollen S-Haplotype in Self-Compatible Tetraploid Chinese Cherry (Prunus pseudocerasus Lindl) | Plant Reproductive Barriers | Scoop.it

The breakdown of self-incompatibility, which could result from the accumulation of non-functionalS-haplotypes or competitive interaction between two different functional S-haplotypes, has been studied extensively at the molecular level in tetraploid Rosaceae species. In this study, two tetraploid Chinese cherry (Prunus pseudocerasus) cultivars and one diploid sweet cherry (Prunus avium) cultivar were used to investigate the ploidy of pollen grains and inheritance of pollen-Salleles. Genetic analysis of the S-genotypes of two intercross-pollinated progenies showed that the pollen grains derived from Chinese cherry cultivars were hetero-diploid, and that the two S-haplotypes were made up of every combination of two of the four possible S-haplotypes. Moreover, the distributions of single S-haplotypes expressed in self- and intercross-pollinated progenies were in disequilibrium. The number of individuals of the two different S-haplotypes was unequal in two self-pollinated and two intercross-pollinated progenies. Notably, the number of individuals containing two different S-haplotypes (S1- and S5-, S5- and S8-, S1- and S4-haplotype) was larger than that of other individuals in the two self-pollinated progenies, indicating that some of these hetero-diploid pollen grains may have the capability to inactivate stylar S-RNase inside the pollen tube and grow better into the ovaries.


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Nucleotide sequence controling self-incompatibility of buckwheat ...

Nucleotide sequence controling self-incompatibility of buckwheat ... | Plant Reproductive Barriers | Scoop.it
Case Number, 136. Uploaded, Jan, 07, 2013. Potential Application, Crop Breeding. Technology Area, Biotechnology. Keywords, buckwheat self-incompatibility self-pollinating self-fertilizing distyly. Researchers, Yasuo YASUI Masashi MORI ...
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