Mate availability in small populations of plant species with homomorphic sporophytic self-incompatibility
is an allogamous plant due to sporophytic self-incompatibility
(BRUCKNER et al.
In this project, we will focus on the sporophytic self-incompatibility
system in outcrossing Arabidopsis species, a model biological system in which two distinct co-evolutionary processes are becoming well-understood: 1) between the male and female reproductive proteins allowing self-pollen recognition and rejection and 2) between small non-coding RNAs and their target sites that jointly control the dominance/recessivity interactions between self-incompatibility
Self-pollination was performed at the bud stage to overcome self-incompatibility
as described by Bruckner et al.
The occurrence of self-incompatibility
, which is common in Asteraceae (HEENAN et al.
due to a genetically-based gametophytic self-incompatibility
RAPD markers for self-incompatibility
in Corylus avellana L.
Arguably the best characterized of these systems is the self-incompatibility
system in plants, which prevents fertilization from self-pollen (Kao and McCubbin, 1996; Schopfer et al.
mixta flower nectar production pattern, 3) how nectar robbing affects fruit and seed production and 4) self-incompatibility
in this species.
Wind pollination, self-incompatibility
, and altitudinal shifts in pollination systems in the high Andean genus Espeletia (Asteraceae).
2001) while probable self-incompatibility
has been found in Aechmea distichantha Lem.
Called gametophytic self-incompatibility
, this plant system sabotages (male) pollen that's genetically similar to the female tissue of the plant.