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Intracellular activity, the actin cytoskeleton and germinability in the pollen of wheat (Triticum aestivum L.)


, : Intracellular activity, the actin cytoskeleton and germinability in the pollen of wheat (Triticum aestivum L.). Sexual Plant Reproduction 5(4): 247-255

The tricellular pollen of field grown wheat Beaver, Heaven and Riband germinated rapidly on a receptive stigma without the often protracted activation period characteristic of bicellular pollens. This was associated with a high level of hydration in the mature pollen and the absence of a dormancy period.


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