Effect of mentor pollen on pistil-pollen incongruities among species of Cucumis L. View Full Text


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DATE

1980-06

AUTHORS

A. P. M. Den Nijs, E. H. Oost

ABSTRACT

The merits of mentor pollen in certain interspecific hybridizations in the genus Cucumis L. were evaluated. African wild cucumber species Cucumis metuliferusNaud. and C. africanus L. and Asian species C. sativus var. hardwickiiAlef and var. sikkimensisHook, were reciprocally crossed. Pollen tube growth was arrested halfway down the style in all combinations except in C. sativus × C. africanus. Mentor pollen irradiated with 100 and 200 krad grew through the style and into the ovules in all species. Fruitset was obtained in all cases when mentor pollen was used either alone or in mixtures. Fruits set after self pollination with mentor pollen yielded only seeds without embryos. In several crosses, aided by mentor pollen, a number of relatively large seeds (with enlarged embryosac) were obtained. A sample of these embryosacs contained a globular structure like an embryo. Embryosacs with embryo-like structures were explanted on several different media but no development was obtained. More... »

PAGES

267-271

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TITLE

Euphytica

ISSUE

2

VOLUME

29

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http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/bf00025123

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