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The pollen tube of most seed plants acts as a conduit to transport sperm cells from the pollen grain, either from the stigma to the ovules at the base of the pistil, or directly through ovule tissue in some gymnosperms . In other gymnosperms the pollen tube is involved only in nutrient uptake from ovule tissue by the pollen grain, and does not convey sperm...
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Pollen is a fine to coarse powder consisting of microgametophytes (pollen grains), which produce the male gametes (sperm cells) of seed plants. A hard coat covering the pollen grain protects the sperm cells during the process...
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The pollen tube in many ways behaves as a single cell and during the period in ... For that reason, the study of pollen tube growth has become an important field ...
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Each pollen tube carries two nonmotile sperm thar are bound for egg-bearing ... This isn't the first time synergids have been implicated in pollen tube guidance. ...
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Pollen tube - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. The pollen tube of most seed plants acts as a conduit to transport sperm cells ...
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The pollen tube represents an excellent model system for studying PMEs since the ... Therefore, the pollen tube system may be favorable for the study of PMEI ...
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The apical wall of growing pollen tubes must be strong enough to withstand the ... Pollen tube growth, which delivers the sperm cells to the female gametophyte in ...
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about the chemical signals that steer the growth of pollen tubes toward. the ovary. ... If observing pollen tube growth in a flower directly is too ...
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Mutant pollen tubes fail to find the micropyle, which is the door into the ovule ... Pollen tube growth and guidance is regulated by POP2, an Arabidopsis gene that ...
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Britannica online encyclopedia article on pollen tube (plant anatomy), The pollen tube ultimately enters an ovule through the micropyle and penetrates one of the ...
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leucophaea by examining pollen tube growth of selfed vs. outcrossed individuals. Pollen tube growth is expected to be irregular or incomplete in selfed individuals, ...
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Information about pollen tube in the free online English ... The pollen tube penetrates the ovule and releases the male gametes. ...
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GardenWeb Shopping Organization Directory Events Calendar ... pollen tube. pollen tube. The slender tube that is emitted by a pollen grain which penetrates and ...
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The precise guidance of the pollen tube to the embryo sac is critical to the ... Pollen tubes selectively arrived at complete, unfertilized embryo sacs but did ...
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germinates and forms the pollen tube, which grows through the stigma, style, ... Pollen tube growth. occurs only at the extreme apex of the ...
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