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Aspects of the structure, cytochemistry and germination of the pollen of rye (Secale cereale L.).
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Aspects of the structure, cytochemistry and germination of the pollen of the rye (Secale cereale L.). London ; New York: Academic Press, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: J Heslop-Harrison. Get this from a library. Aspects of the structure, cytochemistry and germination of the pollen of rye (Secale cereale L.).
[J Heslop-Harrison]. Heslop–Harrison J (), Aspects of the structure, cytochemistry and germination of the pollen of rye (Secale cereale L.). Ann Bot 44 (suppl.): 1– Ann Bot 44 (suppl.): 1– Google ScholarCited by: Structural and cytochemical aspects of the pistil and details of pollination and pollen-pistil interaction were investigated in the African oil palm (Elaeis guineensis Jacq.), an important perennial oil crop.
The stigma is trilobed, wet and papillate. J Heslop-HarrisonAspects of structure, cytochemistry and germination of Cited by: Heslop-Harrison J ( b) Aspects of the structure, cytochemistry, and germination of the pollen of rye (Seeale cereale L.). Ann Bot Suppl –47 Google Scholar Heslop-Harrison J ( c) Pollen walls as adaptive by: In both species, pollen tubes first entered ovules.
Heslop-Harrison J ( b) Aspects of the structure, cytochemistry, and germination of the pollen of rye (Secale cereale L.). Ann Bot Suppl 1: 1–47 Google Scholar Heslop-Harrison J, Heslop-Harrison Y () Evaluation of pollen viability by enzymati-cally induced fluorescence, intracellular hydrolysis of Author: J.
Jackson. AsPects of the Structure, Cytochemistry and Germination of the Pollen of Rye (Secale cereale L.). By J. HESLOP-HARRISON. 10 x 7 in. 47 with 18 plates and 14 text figures. Supplement No. 1 to Annals of Botany. London: Academic Press. Price £ This is an account of a well conducted investigation of the behaviour of rye pollen during.
Aspects of the structure, cytochemistry and germination of the pollen of rye (Secale cereale L.). 44 Supplement: + Heslop-Harrison J.
Pollen walls as adaptive systems. Annals of the Missouri Botanic Garden Heslop-Harrison J. pollen biochemistry and also for the development of chemistry-based online pollen identiﬁcation methods.
The chemical composition of pollen, the physiological contain-ers that produce the male gametes of seed plants, has been a subject of research of plant physiologists, biochemists,1,2 and lately even materials scientists3,4 for various. Aspects of the structure, cytochemistry and germination of the pollen of rye.
Ann. Some cytological, ecological and evolutionary aspects of pollination. Pollen and Stigma Structure and Function: The Role of Diversity in Pollination. Anna F. Edlund, Cited by: Aspects of the Structure, Cytochemistry and Germination of the Pollen of the Rye avg rating — 0 ratings — published Want to Read saving 4/5.
An analysis of gamete and organelle movement in the pollen tube of the pollen tube, Tissue Cell, 4 () 11 9 J. Heslop-Harrison, Aspects of the structure, cytochem- istry and germination of the pollen of rye (Secale cereale L.), Ann. Bot. 44, Suppl. () 10 J. Heslop-Harrison and Y.
Heslop-Harrison, The growth of the grass Cited by: Cytochemistry of mature angiosperm pollen. There was no correlation between pollen viability estimated in histochemical tests and pollen germination in vitro or in vivo. Aspects of the. Structural, physiological and molecular aspects of heterogeneity in seeds: a review - Volume 15 Issue 2 - Angel Matilla, Mercedes Gallardo, María Isabel Puga-HermidaCited by: Germination of pollen on stigma –To reach the male germ cell to female-germ cell a tube grows out of pollen grain and travels through the style to reach the ovary called Pullet tube-pollen tube contains three nuclear that is one tube nuclear and two male gamester-tube nuclear dies out.
Aspects of the Structure, Cytochemistry and Germination of the Pollen of Rye (Secale cereale L.) J. Heslop-Harrison April48pp. 18 plates, £ (UK only)ß1This volume reviews previous work on grass pollens and goes on to report hitherto unpublished research. HESLOP-HARRISON,J. Aspects of the structure, cytochemistry and germination of the pollen of rye (Secale cereale).
Annals of Botany (Supplement 1).,AND Y. HESLOP-HARRISON. Dynamic aspects of apical zonation in the angiosperm pollen tube. Sexual Plant Reproduction. Pollen germination: Pollen germination Another germination event during the life cycle of gymnosperms and flowering plants is the germination of a pollen grain after pollination.
Like seeds, pollen grains are severely dehydrated before being released to. According to Jain et al. ()• Stigmatic fluid with lipids, resins, sugar, etc., and thus provides a suitable medium for the germination of the pollen grains• Pollen grain with hydrolytic enzymes such as acid and alkaline phosphatase, ribonuclease, esterase and amylase in the intine, principally below the aperture region of the pollen grain.
2) Pollen is released from the sporophyte-pollenation: transfer of pollen to the ovule (has to occur before fertilization) 3) Pollen grains have resistant walls that make them resistant to environmental stresses-transferred by wind and animals -does not require water 4) Pollen germinates and releases sperm to fertilize the egg nucleus.A pollen grain is a microscopic body that contains the male reproductive cell of a plant.
It is crucial in a plant's fertilization process. Learn more about this tiny structure and take a short.Full text of "Anther and pollen [electronic resource]: from biology to biotechnology" See other formats.