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Anther and pollen [electronic resource] : from biology to biotechnology

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Anther and pollen [electronic resource] : from biology to biotechnology
Original Title Anther and pollen [electronic resource] : from biology to biotechnology
Author Clément, Christophe, 1964-, Pacini, E. (Ettore), 1942-, Audran, Jean-Claude, 1939-
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Topics Pollen, Anther, Anthère, Plantes, Staubbeutel, Entwicklungsbiologie, Anthère, Anther, Pollen, Pollen, Pollen, Plantes, Pollen, Staubbeutel, Entwicklungsbiologie
Publisher Berlin , New York : Springer
Collection folkscanomy_miscellaneous, folkscanomy, additional_collections
Language English
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Anther and Pollen: From Biology to BiotechnologyAuthor: Dr. Christophe Clément, Professor Dr. Ettore Pacini, Professor Dr. Jean-Claude Audran Published by Springer Berlin Heidelberg ISBN: 978-3-642-64209-8 DOI: 10.1007/978-3-642-59985-9Table of Contents:Types of pollen dispersal units and pollen competition
What may be the significance of polysiphony in Lavatera arborea ?
Sexual dimorphism and stamen development in the dioecious white campion
Polyamines as markers in sexual reproduction of kiwifruit
Protein targeting by ubiquitin during anther and pollen development in male and female flowers of kiwifruit (Actinidia deliciosa)
Mechanisms of Angiosperm anther dehiscence, a historical review
Anther carbohydrates during in vivo and in vitro pollen development
Expression of oleosin genes in the olive (Olea europaea L) anther
Possible mechanisms of the “447” Cytoplasmic Male Sterility in Vicia faba, an unconventional CMS associated with a double-stranded RNA replicon
The location of the pollen-specific NTP303 protein
The special callose wall: a new insight
Characterization of P26, a putative PLIM-1 partner in the pollen grain of Helianthus annuus
Functional studies of PLIM-1, a pollen-specific protein
Pollen coat signals and ovule penetration in Gasteria verrucosa (Mill.) H. Duval
Pollen tubes: cellular organization and control of growth
In vitro selection for heat-tolerance in Lilies
Monitoring sporophytic development of individual microspores of barley (Hordeum vulgare L.)
Effects of ABA during the pretreatment of barley anthers on androgenesis of Hordeum vulgare L. cultivars Igri and Digger
Programmed cell death during androgenesis in Hordeum vulgare L.
Androgenesis and albinism in Poaceae: influence of genotype and carbohydratesIncludes bibliographical references and indexPollen, the plant structure most widely used by humans, is a key structure in plant reproduction giving rise to fruits and seeds. Moreover, the biotechnological use of pollen is of great importance for plant breeders since it allows to obtain varieties with better utilization and yield. In the first part, the successive steps of pollen development in the anther from floral induction to pollen germination and fertilization are thoroughly examined, the second part is devoted to pollen behaviour in vitroDescription based on print version record
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