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Sugar beet beta vulgaris l. embryo development after controlled pollination by a varying number of pollen grains



Sugar beet beta vulgaris l. embryo development after controlled pollination by a varying number of pollen grains



Genetica Polonica 31(3-4): 169-174



In the genus Beta (beet) three days after a controlled pollination by a small amount of pollen, and in the extreme case by a single pollen grain, the embryo development was observed in some of the ovules. This supports other experimental results showing that pollination by a single pollen grain can lead to a fully developed fruit with a viable seed.

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