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vein resistance may have eliminated resistance alleles. Introgression may also fail because of linkage between desirable genes and genes that prevent further sexual reproduction, such as those causing death, sterility, or sexual incompatibilities

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reproduction in Aronia and implications for breeding and commercial fruit cultivars [abstr] . HortScience . 53 ( 9S ): S305 . Mahoney JD , Hau TM , Connolly BA , Brand MH . 2019 . Sexual and apomictic seed reproduction in Aronia species

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sexual fertilization, form a 2C x (diploid) embryo and 3C x (triploid) endosperm, where 1C x represents the monoploid genome size of one complete set of chromosomes. In gametophytic apomixis, the unreduced embryo sac and gametophyte develop

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Venezuela Biotropica 40 221 230 Zinn, K.E. Tunc-Ozdemir, M. Harper, J.F. 2010 Temperature stress and plant sexual reproduction: Uncovering the weakest links J. Expt. Bot. 61 1959 1968 Supplemental Fig. 1. Passiflora subrotunda : internodes number (IN) from

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In-depth research has been conducted on the subject of the ploidy variation, cytology, genome relationships, mode of reproduction, and fertility in the Paspalum genus by Agricultural Research Service scientists of the U.S. Department of

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that endophytes regulate sexual reproduction in sagebrush subspecies ( Miglia et al., 2007 ; Rodriguez et al., 2009a ). Endophyte-conferred disease resistance involves the activation of host defense systems more rapidly and to greater levels when

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pollen germination, pollen tube growth, and stigmatic receptivity in peach Plant Biol . 7 5 476 – 483 https://doi.org/10.1055/s-2005-865850 Hedhly A Hormaza JI Herrero M. 2009 Global warming and sexual plant reproduction Trends Plant Sci . 14

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reflects the difference in community structure at different taxonomic levels ( Caro-Quintero and Ochman, 2015 ). In addition to the unidentified fungi, the relative abundance of Ascomycota (contains the sexual reproduction of Fusarium ) reached 54%. At the

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Cultivated strawberry plants ( Fragaria ×ananassa Duch.) reproduce sexually (flower/fruit) and asexually. Asexual reproduction takes place through the generation of aerial stolons (runners), which contain daughter plants on every other node

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such as herbicide treatments, desiccation, or freezing temperatures. In contrast, the phenology of the biotypes differs in substantial ways (i.e., sexual reproduction, tuber production, and winter behavior). The monoecious biotype produces seeds and the

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