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18 january 2019 10:01:55

 
A Flower-Specific Phospholipase D Is a Stigmatic Compatibility Factor Targeted by the Self-Incompatibility Response in Brassica napus (Current Biology)
 




To avoid inbreeding, most plants use self-incompatibility to reject self-pollen and promote cross pollination to generate genetic diversity and hybrid vigor. Scandola and Samuel identify phospholipase D ?1 as a compatibility factor that is required for early pollination events and is targeted by the ARC1-mediated self-incompatibility response.


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