alloplasm

alloplasm

(ˈæləˌplæzəm)
n
(Biology) biology part of the cytoplasm that is specialized to form cilia, flagella, and similar structures
ˌalloˈplasmic adj
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Fertility segregation in cotton crosses between alloplasmic [F.sub.1]'s heterozygous for the DSR gene with the [D.sub.8] alloplasm as the female parent and [AD.sub.1] alloplasm as male parent.
One of these alloplasms was developed into a cytoplasmic male sterile/gametophytic restorer system that is currently being investigated for its potential in hybrid cotton production.
Clearly rf pollen is much less competitive than the Rf pollen in the alloplasms. Possibly rf pollen grains could become completely noncompetitive under some environmental or developmental conditions.