postpollination

postpollination

(ˌpəʊstˌpɒlɪˈneɪʃən)
adj
(Botany) occurring after pollination
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Relationship of carbohydrate and abscisic acid levels to kernel set in maize under postpollination water deficit.
Common to many bee flowers is a postpollination change in the appearance of the flower, probably induced chemically by the development of pollen tubes.
Variation of floral scent emission and postpollination changes in individual flowers of Ophrys sphegodes subsp.
Waser NM, Shaw RG, Price MV (1995) Seed set and seed mass in lpomopsis aggregata: variance partitioning and inferences about postpollination selection.
For open pollinated ears of DK696, a postpollination linear phase was distinguished (Phase 3).
Flowering-shoot defoliation affects pollen grain size and postpollination pollen performance in Alstromeria aurea.
Selective fruit abortion is a common mechanism of postpollination regulation (Janzen 1977, Lloyd 1980, Stephenson 1981, Winsor et al.
Postpollination female choice via the effect of the stigma pollen-tube growth is well documented: incompatible combinations (e.
1971) evaluated 24 different mutant endosperm genotypes, as well as non-mutant genotypes, including normal, at 24 d postpollination in hybrid backgrounds related to W64A x W23 and found that normal starch granule size ranged from 7.
In maize, total SOD activity increased in kernel extracts after 10 days postpollination.
Postpollination effects on seed paternity: mechanisms in addition to microgametophyte competition operate in wild radish.