Meiosis II resulted in a microspore
tetrad from each dyad.
The haploid microspore
nucleus divides mitotically to produce two haploid nuclei: the tube nucleus and the generative nucleus.
microsporangium The structure in which microspores
Key words: Microspore
culture, callus, colchicine, Raphanussativus L.
In vitro induction of haploid plants in unpollinated ovules, anther and microspore
culture of Cucumis sativus.
mother cell undergoes meiosis; during which M.
In this third type, the cell walls degenerate and the individual protoplasts, without formation of a plasmodium, intmde the locules often in a cyclic pattern during microspore
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mother cell, nucellus, ovule, polyembryony, seed coat, self-incompatible, and tube cell.
Exuberant metabolism of the tapetum could provide enzymes, hormones, favorable nutrition for developing PMCs and microspores
, and regulate the proper release of microspore
(Zhao et al.
There was a significant correlation between microspore
mother cell divisions and anther's tapetum development that is coincides with other reports for dicotyledonous plants [7,10,6].
: Haploid cells produced by meiosis in the anthers of angiosperms; four microspores
are produced from a single microsporocyte.
Pollen development in glyphosate-treated plants was apparently inhibited or aborted at the vacuolate microspore
and valcuolate microgamete stages of microgametogenesis and resulted in immature pollen at anthesis.