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Genetic and molecular dissection of male-fertility in higher plants



Genetic and molecular dissection of male-fertility in higher plants



Genetic control of self incompatibility and reproductive development in flowering plants: 403-422



Male fertility in higher plants requires a number of coordinated developmental events; these include elaboration of structural male organs from vegetative meristems, development of haploid gametes in the anthers, release of male gametes to the female reproductive apparatus, and finally the mutual recognition of the male and female gametes to attain fertilization. Mutations that perturb any of these stages result in male sterility.

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