Germination and early tube development in vitro of Lycopersicum peruvianum pollen: Ultrastructural features View Full Text


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1977-01

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M. Cresti, E. Pacini, F. Ciampolini, G. Sarfatti

ABSTRACT

Morphologic changes occurring during pollen grain activation and ultrastructural features of Lycopersicum peruvianum Mill. pollen tube during the first stages of growth in vitro have been studied. The more evident morphologic changes during activation, in comparison to those already described for mature inactive pollen, concern dictyosomes, rough endoplasmic reticulum (RER), and ribosomes. The dictyosomes are very abundant and produce “large” and “small” vesicles. Near the germinative pores both types of vesicles are present, while all along the remaining cell wall only the large type is observed. These latter react weakly to Thiéry's test and probably contain a callose precursor necessary for the deposition of a callosic layer lining at first only the inner side of the functioning pore and occasionally the other two pores, and subsequently the entire inner surface of the cell wall. The small vesicles, highly positive to Thiéry's test, are present only near the pores and could be involved in the formation of the pectocellulosic layer of the tube wall. The setting free of RER cisterns, which in the mature inactive pollen were aggregated in stacks, coinciding with polysome formation and resumption of protein synthesis, is in accord with the hypothesized role of RER cistern stacks as a reserve of synthesizing machinery. The pollen tube reaches a definitive spatial arrangement soon after the generative cell and vegetative nucleus have moved into it. At this stage four different zones that reflect a functional specialization are present. In the apical and subapical zone two types of dictysosome-originated vesicles, similar to those found in the activated pollen grain, are present. Their role in the formation of the callosic and pectocellulosic wall layers seems to be the same as in the activated pollen grain. More... »

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239-247

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