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Histochemical localization of enzyme acid phosphatase in the anthers of male-fertile, cytoplasmic, genic and induced male-sterile plants



Histochemical localization of enzyme acid phosphatase in the anthers of male-fertile, cytoplasmic, genic and induced male-sterile plants



Current Science 48(1): 31-34



Acid phosphatase activity was measured in different regions of anthers during their development in male-fertile plants and plants with cytoplasmic, genic and induced male sterility in Allium cepa, Capsicum annuum, Cucumis melo, Cucurbita maxima, Datura alba, Solanum melongena and Triticum aestivum. Male-fertile plants had higher acid phosphatase activities than male-sterile plants.

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