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Título : Microspore development in Annona (Annonaceae): Differences between monad and tetrad pollen
Autor : Lora, Jorge ; Herrero Romero, María ; Hormaza Urroz, José Ignacio
Palabras clave : Annona
Annonaceae
aperture
callose
monad
pollen development
tetrad
Fecha de publicación : sep-2014
Editor: Botanical Society of America
Citación : Lora J, Herrero M, Hormaza JI. Microspore development in Annona (Annonaceae): Differences between monad and tetrad pollen. American Journal of botany 101 (9): 1508-1518 (2014)
Resumen: • Premise of the study: Permanent tetrads are the most common form of pollen aggregation in flowering plants. The production of pollen in monads is plesiomorphic in angiosperms, but the aggregation into tetrads has arisen independently different times during the evolution of flowering plants. The causes behind the recurrent evolution of pollen aggregation from monads remain elusive. Permanent tetrad pollen is quite common in the Annonaceae, the largest family in the early-divergent order Magnoliales. In some genera, such as Annona, both tetrad- and monad-producing species can be found. • Methods: In this comparative study of pollen development, we use immunolocalization, cytological characterization, and enzymatic assays of four species in the genus Annona and one species in its closely related genus Asimina that release pollen in tetrads and two species in the genus Annona that release pollen in monads. • Key results: The main difference between species with tetrad and monad pollen is a delayed digestion of callose and cellulose at the pollen aperture sites that resulted in nonlayering of the exine in these areas, followed by a rotation and binding of the young microspores at the aperture sites. • Conclusions: Small changes in development resulted in clear morphological changes on pollen dispersal time and open a window on the possible selective advantage of the production of aggregated pollen.
Descripción : Pags.- Figs.- Tabls. The definitive version is available at: http://www.amjbot.org/
Versión del editor: http://dx.doi.org/10.3732/ajb.1400312
URI : http://hdl.handle.net/10261/103458
DOI: 10.3732/ajb.1400312
ISSN: 0002-9122
E-ISSN: 1537-2197
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