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Self imcompatibility brassica

S H Lee, M Y Hong, S Kim, J S Lee, B D Kim, B H Min, N K Baek, Y Y Chung
Self-imcompatibility is a controlling genetic mechanism to prevent self-pollination for Chinese cabbage (Brassica campestris), one of the major vegetable crops in Korea. To maintain inbred lines of the crop plant, a method in that high CO2 gas is treated to the pistils to overcome the self-incompatibility and thereby self-pollens can successfully make germination and fertilization has been widely used in seed companies. Despite the common utilization of this method, any molecular and cellular studies on how the self-incompatibility is removed from the Chinese cabbage plant have not been done...
April 30, 2001: Molecules and Cells
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