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angiosperms Sexual Plant Reproduction 10 185 199 10.1007/s004970050087 Ngo, B.X. Wakana, A. Park, S.M. Nada, Y. Fukudome, I. 2001 Pollen tube behaviors in self-incompatible and self

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Meiosis is a specialized cell division essential for sexual reproduction. It involves a single DNA replication event followed by two rounds of chromosome segregation- meiosis I (M I) and meiosis II (M II) – to produce cells with half the chromosome

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.30 cm (5 years) ( Table 1 ), and the corresponding values increased from 1.33 to 9.47 cm in ‘Feilong’ plants ( Table 1 ). Reproduction ‘Chongtian’ can be propagated by grafting or cutting. One-year-old dormant branches harvested from the mother

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) being the most common in greenhouses and container nurseries ( Marble et al., 2017 ). Common liverwort spreads rapidly in nurseries and greenhouses as a result of its ability to propagate both asexually and sexually ( Ross and Puritch, 1981 ). It is not

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Sexual reproduction is critical to survival and evolution of an organism because it results in genetic variations in offspring. In agriculture, plant reproduction is also fundamental to the success of the entire agricultural economy because most

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, W.E. 1995b Direct detection of gene flow and probable sexual reproduction of Phytophthora infestans in northern North America Phytopathology 85 473 479 Goodwin, S.B. Sujkowski, L.S. Fry, W

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the male individual loses the capacity to feed after the P1 stage, the specific and sole role of the adult male is to facilitate the sexual reproduction of CMBS. Therefore, coinciding emergence of both sexes is essential for maintaining and increasing

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understory perennial, bloodroot ( Sanguinaria canadensis ), Marino et al. (1997) found greater seed production in a high-light test site when compared with a low-light site with no sexual reproduction observed under low-light conditions. In the current

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.04.027 Ünal, M. Vardar, F. Aytürk, Ö. 2013 Callose in plant sexual reproduction. In: M. Silva-Opps (ed.). Current progress in biological research. IntechOpen. 1 Oct. 2010. < https://www.intechopen.com/books/current-progress-in-biological-research/callose-in-plant-sexual-reproduction

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/or sexual reproduction PeerJ 2 e281 Lubell, J.D. Brand, M.H. 2018 Foliar sprays of silver thiosulfate produce male flowers on female hemp plants HortTechnology 28 1 5 Mahoney, J.D. Hau, T.M. Connolly, B.A. Brand, M.H. 2019 Sexual and apomictic seed

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