J Integr Plant Biol. ›› 2001, Vol. 43 ›› Issue (1): 1-5.

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A Rewarding Fifteen Years: From SLG to SCR/SP11

CUI Hai-Yang, LAI Zhao, XUE Yong-Biao   


Selfincompatibility (SI) is a major genetic mechanism to prevent selffertilization in flowering plants and, in most cases, controlled by a single multiallelic locus, known as the S locus. In Brassica, the genes mediating both stylar (SRK, S receptor kinase) and pollen (SCR/SP11, S locus cystein rich protein/S locus protein 11) expression of selfincompatible reaction have been characterized though the first S locus-encoded gene, SLG (S locus glycoprotein), was isolated nearly fifteen years ago. These findings have finally unveiled the molecular partners in pollen recognition during selfincompatible reaction in Brassica.


崔海洋 赖钊 薛勇彪*


关键词: 显花植物;自交不亲和性;" 位点基因;芸苔属;花粉识别

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