Fertilization in Higher Plants

Fertilization in Higher Plants

WHY FERTILIZATION RESEARCH ? In place of an introduction The fact that most
of the food products used by man are derived from fertilization products of higher
plants has not yet penetrated the public conscience , nor attracted the general ...

Author: Hans F. Linskens

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ISBN: 0720445078

Category: Fertilization of plants

Page: 373

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Pollen genetics; Gamete maturation; The progamic phase; The fusion; Phylogenetic aspects of fertilization; Incompatibility; Disturbed gamete maturation and fertilization.
Categories: Fertilization of plants

Bibliography of Agriculture

Bibliography of Agriculture

Mulcahy , D L In Proceedings International Symposium on Fertilization in Higher
Plants P. 27-30 . Ref . 1974 192194 QK828.15 1974 Fertilization process of
cereals . Batygina , TB In Proceedings International Symposium on Fertilization in
 ...

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ISBN: UIUC:30112102098099

Category: Agriculture

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Molecular and Cellular Biology

Molecular and Cellular Biology

Fusion of a sperm and an egg cell in fertilization restores the diploid chromosome
number and establishes the sporophyte phase of the life cycle . This section ...
Fertilization in higher plants , as in animals , produces a diploid individual .

Author: Stephen L. Wolfe

Publisher: Brooks/Cole Publishing Company

ISBN: UOM:39015013822146

Category: Science

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This book offers a balanced and integrated treatment of molecular biology, cell biology, and biochemistry. The central topics of molecular biology are included, including DNA structure, messenger RNA gene structure and activity, and the molecular methods for studying these genes.
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Gametic Engineering in Lycopersicon

Gametic Engineering in Lycopersicon

Features of fertilization in the course of remote hybridization of plants . In :
LINSKENS , H . F . , ( ed . ) . Fertilization in Higher Plants : Proceedings on the
International Symposium on Fertilization in Higher Plants , Nijmegen , the
Netherlands .

Author: Thomas Michael Gradziel

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ISBN: CORNELL:31924050264617

Category: Tomatoes

Page: 266

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Apomixis in Higher Plants

Apomixis in Higher Plants

This phenomenon is rare among the higher plants and has probably no great
significance in nature . Synergid embryos were ... In sexual plants both the egg -
cell and the central nucleus are fertilized ( double fertilization ) . In apomictic
plants ...

Author: Åke Gustafsson

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ISBN: UOM:39015052420026

Category: Plants

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Categories: Plants

Canadian Journal of Botany

Canadian Journal of Botany

1982 ; Troiano and Leone 1977 ) presumably through nitrogen fertilization .
Higher fertility from NO2 uptake may stimulate metabolic rates which in turn result
in greater gas exchange and thus increased uptake of ... Other investigators have
reported visible injury to plants following exposure to combinations of SO , and
NO ...

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ISBN: UCR:31210004719405

Category: Botany

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Growth Hormone Production During Sexual Reproduction of Higher Plants

Growth Hormone Production During Sexual Reproduction of Higher Plants

... a hormone in the embryo of vascular plants , evidence has accumulated
showing that the fertilized egg is a rich source of growth hormones . Indeed ,
growth substance accumulation in the embryo seems to follow fertilization ,
reaching a peak within a short time thereafter and ... Dollfus ( 23 ) and Söding (
107 ) observed that the fertilized egg and very young fruit were exceedingly high
in auxin whereas ...

Author: Sylvan Harold Wittwer

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ISBN: WISC:89081859324

Category: Growth (Plants)

Page: 58

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Categories: Growth (Plants)

The Library Magazine

The Library Magazine

As the result of this conthe ovule is converted into the seed from tact , the ovule is
" fertilized . ... The'dicoinsects - some by one species of insects only tyledons " are
the higher plants , and are rep—and that such visitation has become a ne- ...

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ISBN: STANFORD:36105119092513

Category: Choice literature

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Choice Literature

Choice Literature

As the result of this conthe ovule is converted into the seed from tact , the ovule is
" fertilized . ... The dicoinsects — some by one species of insects only tyledons "
are the higher plants , and are rep—and that such visitation has become a ne- ...

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The Cell Surface

The Cell Surface

Physiology of Fertilization and Fertilization Barriers in Higher Plants H. F.
Linskens Department of Botany Section Molecular Developmental Biology
University of Nijmegen The Netherlands I. Stages of the Progamic Phase and of
Cell Surface ...

Author: Society for Developmental Biology Symposium Staff

Publisher: New York ; Toronto : Academic Press

ISBN: UOM:39015000762594

Category: Science

Page: 374

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The Cell Surface: Mediator of Developmental Processes.
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Differentiation Patterns in Higher Plants

Differentiation Patterns in Higher Plants

Flowers unisexual ; plants monoecious ; probably mostly self - fertilized but good
chances for cross - fertilization ; seed - set usually very good . Effective spread by
seeds and vegetative fragments . C . Myriophyllum spicatum L . ( Haloragaceae )
 ...

Author: Krystyna M. Urbanska

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ISBN: UOM:39015012617703

Category: Science

Page: 272

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FROM THE PREFACE: This volume is based on Invited Papers presented at the International Organization of Plant Biosystematists Symposium held in Zurich, Switzerland, on July 13--18, 1986.
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Phytomorphology

Phytomorphology

Fertilization . Vol . II . New York , U.S.A. LINSKENS , H. F. 1974. Why fertilization
research ?: 13 , 14. In Linskens , H. F. ( ed . ) Fertilization in Higher Plants .
Amsterdam , The Netherlands . 1976. Specific interactions in higher plants : In
Wood ...

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ISBN: UCAL:B3959460

Category: Botany

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Haploids of Higher Plants in Vitro

Haploids of Higher Plants in Vitro

After fertilization, when a pollen tube has been penetrated into the embryo sac,
the zygote enlarges significantly and the primary endosperm nucleus undergoes
its first mitosis (out of focus) (Fig. 4, 2). The two nuclei divided by the primary ...

Author: Han Hu

Publisher: Springer Verlag

ISBN: CORNELL:31924003279175

Category: Science

Page: 211

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Hutchinson Pocket Encyclopedia

Hutchinson Pocket Encyclopedia

Author: Hutchinson (Firm)

Publisher: David & Charles

ISBN: 0091723000

Category: Reference

Page: 612

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Arranged in a topic-by-topic order, the Hutchinson Pocket Encyclopedia ranges from ancient history to sporting facts and figures. Compiled by over 25 expert consultants, it gives a clear outline for each subject, including chronologies, biographies, and common terms.
Categories: Reference

Early Ancestry and Evolution of the Higher Plants

Early Ancestry and Evolution of the Higher Plants

However , if modern higher plants are compared with modern gymnosperms , the
only consistent features that the higher ... and germination of pollen , and the
embryo - sac with double fertilisation and associated formation of endosperm .

Author: P. J. Faulks

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ISBN: STANFORD:36105033122198

Category: Paleobotany

Page: 96

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Categories: Paleobotany

Plants Structure and Function

Plants   Structure and Function

In other words , how does fertilization take place in higher plants ? Certainly not
in the same way as fertilization in lower plants where motile male gametes (
sperm ) swim to the female gametes ( eggs ) . The fact that the female
gametophyte ...

Author: Open University. Comparative Physiology Course Team

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ISBN: PSU:000065384084

Category: Plant anatomy

Page: 81

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Categories: Plant anatomy

The Biogenesis of Starch Granules in Higher Plants

The Biogenesis of Starch Granules in Higher Plants

High amylose starches have a low swelling power , but the introduction of the
gene su , depresses the gelatinization temperature , as measured by the ...
structure in the earliest stages of development ( the tenth day after fertilization ) .

Author: N. P. Badenhuizen

Publisher: New York : Appleton-Century-Crofts

ISBN: UOM:39015006932738

Category: Plant physiology

Page: 121

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Categories: Plant physiology

Advances in Turfgrass Pathology

Advances in Turfgrass Pathology

Thiabendazole , on the other hand , was found to be more phytotoxic on plants
grown at high nitrogen imbalanced nutrition . Nitrogen fertilization is also known
to condition the response of temperate zone turfgrass species to high
temperature ...

Author: Symposium on Turfgrass Diseases

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ISBN: MINN:31951000357664D

Category: Grasses

Page: 197

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Categories: Grasses