levando a planta à alogamia. Em plantas alógamas, é desejável que um grande número de grãos de pólen (GP) sejam hábeis à fertilização, pois cada um leva. alogamia entre dos variedades de frijol común en Fraijanes y Alajuela todas las plantas de PAN 68 en las cinco hileras próximas al bloque central. ALOGAMIA.- Cruzamiento natural en las plantas, que origina la formación de las poblaciones heterocigóticas y panmícticas debido a la polinización al azar.
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Autogamy is less frequent among orchids than allogamy, although it may vary across different regions. Gavilea araucana is found in the former vegetation belt, whereas G. Universidad Nacional del Nordeste.
Gavilea araucana and G. Existem diversos plantxs de superar a barreira da AI. The Plant Journalv. We considered a fruit when the ovary was distinctively swollen prior to seed dispersal period. Journal of Economic Entomologyv.
Reprodución das plantas
Theoretical and Applied Geneticsv. How does self-pollination evolve? International Journal of Plant Sciences 1: American Journal of Botany Analyses of breeding systems were performed on a per-flower basis by evaluating means of generalised linear models with a binomial error distribution and logit link functions, after Bonferroni akogamia. The evolution of inbreeding in plants.
Biodiversity and Conservation Self-incompatibility SI is the failure of a fertile plant to set seeds when fertilized with its own pollen. Cell-cell signaling in the self-incompatibility response.
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To determine the putative breeding system of G. Pollination biology of the Chilean endemic orchid Chloraea lamellata. A connection between the self-incompatibility mechanism and the stress response in lily. Thereafter, the most likely shortcut to break away from the ecological and evolutionary limitations imposed by consistent sexual reproductive failures is the adoption of pollinator-independent fruit production i. Academic Publishing, The Hague. Development, identification, and characterization of a glyphosate-tolerant soybean line.
Auto-pollination in the Orchidaceae. Pollination mechanisms, reproduction, and plant breeding. Trends in Plant Sciencev. Reproductive assurance and the evolution of uniparental reproduction in fowering plants. Thus, a small adaptation that improved pollinator attraction would have had a reproductive advantage and would have increased in frequency. The degree of dependency of plants on pollinators for outcross pollen transportation is a key issue in plant reproductive ecology because it may constrain the evolutionary trajectories of plants and their pollinators.
Molecules and cells, v. Current Opinion in Plant Biologyv. There planats two types of SI, gametophytic GSI in which the pollen specificity is determined by the S allele of the pollen grain gametophyte haploid genome, and sporophytic SISwhere the pollen specificity is determined by the diploid genotype of the adult plant sporophyte that generated the pollen grain. Nevertheless, the mean number of fruits per plant was 1. Furthermore, while the increase in fruiting success signifcantly correlated with an increase in foral display in G.
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Sexual Plant Reproductionv. Signal transduction in plant growth and development. Certainly, the mechanism involved in such an increase in foral display is the selection pressure exerted by pollinators on the number of fowers per individual wn Tremblay et al.
Inferences from floral ecology and molecular plqntas variation. Similarly, to test whether these orchids are capable of fruit setting after receiving pollen from the same flower in the absence of pollinators carrying pollen within the fower i. Incompatibility and incongruity in wild and cultivated plants.
Effects of pollinia removal and insertion on fower longevity in Chloraea alpina Orchidaceae. Noutras palabras, a autogamia nestas especies coexiste coa alogamia nun equilibrio adaptativo.
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