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Pollen-Stigma Adhesion in the Brassicaceae
Annals of Botany, . V. 85. No. suppl_1. P. 2327 (5).
Pollen-stigma adhesion has been analysed using two complementary methods in the Brassicaceae family, namely in Brassica napus and B. oleracea. The first method was exclusively mechanical; the second used histochemical fixatives. Comparison of results obtained from both methods yielded information on the physico-chemical nature of the components and molecules involved in adhesion, hydration and pollen tube growth during the pollination process.
Pollen-Stigma Adhesion in the Brassicaceae
Heizmann P., Luu D.T., Dumas C.
Annals of Botany, 2000. V. 85. No. suppl_1. P. 23–27 (5).
Pollen-stigma adhesion has been analysed using two complementary methods in the Brassicaceae family, namely in Brassica napus and B. oleracea. The first method was exclusively mechanical; the second used histochemical fixatives. Comparison of results obtained from both methods yielded information on the physico-chemical nature of the components and molecules involved in adhesion, hydration and pollen tube growth during the pollination process.
AID: 0090910490
DOI: 10.1006/anbo.1999.1057