Some events of mitosis and cytokinesis in the generative cell of Ornithogalum virens L. View Full Text


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1996-06

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Malgorzata Banaś, Uday Krishna Tirlapur, Maria Charzyńska, Mauro Cresti

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The organization of the microtubule (Mt) cytoskeleton during mitosis and cytokinesis of the generative cell (GC) in Ornithogalum virens L. (bicellular pollen type, chromosome number, n = 3) from prophase to telophase/sperm formation was investigated by localization of α-tubulin immunofluorescence using a conventional fluorescence microscope and a confocal laser scanning microscope. Chromosomes were visualized with DNA-binding fluorochrome dyes (ethidium bromide and 4′6-diamino-2-phenyl-indole). The GC of O. virens is characterized by G2/M transition within the pollen grain and not in the pollen tube as occurs in the majority of species with bicellular pollen. It was found that prophase in the GC starts before anthesis and prometaphase takes place after 10 min of pollen germination. The prophase Mts are organized into three prominent bundles, located near the generative nucleus. The number of these Mt bundles is the same as the number of GC chromosomes, a relation which has not previously been considered in other species. The most evident feature in the prophase/ prometaphase transition of O. virens GC is a direct rapid rearrangement of Mt bundles into a network which appears to interact with kinetochores and form a typical prometaphase Mt organization. The metaphase chromosomes are arranged into a conventional equatorial plate, and not in tandem as is thought to be characteristic of GC metaphase. The metaphase spindle consists of kinetochore fibres and a few interzonal fibres which form dispersed poles. Anaphase is characterized by a significant elongation of the mitotic spindle concomitant with the extension of the distance between the opposite poles. At anaphase the diffuse poles converge. Cytokinesis is realized by cell plate formation in the equatorial plane of the GC. The phragmoplast Mts between two future sperm nuclei appear after Mts of the mitotic spindle have disappeared. More... »

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