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Genetic evidence for the requirement of the Brassica S-locus receptor kinase gene in the self-incompatibility response



Genetic evidence for the requirement of the Brassica S-locus receptor kinase gene in the self-incompatibility response



Plant Journal 5(3): 373-384



In self-incompatible plants, the recognition and subsequent rejection of self-related pollen by the stigma during pollination are genetically controlled by haplotypes of the S-locus complex. Here, 2 self-compatible Brassica strains (B. oleracea BO479 and B. campestris) were identified that carried non-functional S haplotypes and that did not express transcripts of SRK, an S-locus gene that encodes a receptor-like protein kinase.

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DOI: 10.1111/j.1365-313x.1994.00373.x



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