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Genetic and molecular genetic studies of sporophytic self- incompatibility in senecio squalidus

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Angiosperms are the most successful group of land plants in terms of their diversity, abundance and distribution. In order to ensure obligate outcrossing, hermaphrodite flowers have evolved elaborate systems of pollen-pistil recognition, including self-incompatibility (SI). Research on SI systems in many families such as Brassicaceae, Papaveraceae, and Solanaceae has shown that a range of divergent molecular mechanisms is involved in different families even when they share the same genetic...

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Plant Sciences
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MSc by Research
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Masters
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University of Oxford

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