J Integr Plant Biol. ›› 2001, Vol. 43 ›› Issue (1): 1-5.
• Research Articles •
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
CUI Hai-Yang, LAI Zhao, XUE Yong-Biao. A Rewarding Fifteen Years: From SLG to SCR/SP11[J]. J Integr Plant Biol., 2001, 43(1): 1-5.
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