allogamous


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Adj.1.Allogamous - relating to cross-fertilization in plantsallogamous - relating to cross-fertilization in plants
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Genome-wide SNP discovery in walnut with an AGSNP pipeline updated for SNP discovery in allogamous organisms.
The results allow understanding that the autoincompatibility is not only a mechanism for pollination of the same flower, but that it extends to flowers of the same plant, inferring that the wild Passiflora setacea species is allogamous, requiring cross-pollination so that fruiting occurs.
It is a diploid (2n = 16) and allogamous perennial species.
Wang et al., "Genome-wide SNP discovery in walnut with an AGSNP pipeline updated for SNP discovery in allogamous organisms," BMC Genomics, vol.
nucifera L.) is a plant typical of tropical climate and has more than 300 ecotypes and two main varieties: giant (allogamous variety) and dwarf (autogamous variety), and the latter has the sub-varieties green, red and yellow (Farias Neto et al., 2009).
Higher heterosis in case of pearl millet, an allogamous species, is expected.
The SG1 genotypes were mainly introduced by seeds, for which diversity is always greater than the clones in this allogamous species.
Tea is an allogamous plant and all tea taxa freely interbreed and thus show many overlapping morphological, biochemical, and physiological attributes that are highly diverse and heterozygous [8].