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- Byrne, Tómas, et al. Show all 5 Authors
- Planta 2019 v.249 no.3 pp. 913-923
- Plantago lanceolata; anthers; cytoplasm; cytoplasmic male sterility; flowers; genes; gynodioecy; hermaphroditism; meiosis; phenotype; programmed cell death; sterilizing
- ... MAIN CONCLUSION: A cell death signal is perceived and responded to by epidermal cells first before being conveyed inwards across the anther wall in male sterile Plantago lanceolata flowers. In gynodioecious plants, floral phenotype is determined by an interplay between cytoplasmic male sterility (CMS)-promoting factors and fertility-restoring genes segregating in the nuclear background. Plantago l ...