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Título : Glycoprotein composition along the pistil of Malus x domestica and the modulation of pollen tube growth
Autor : Losada Rodríguez, Juan Manuel ; Herrero Romero, María
Palabras clave : Arabinogalactan proteins
AGPs
Apple
Callose
Extensins
EXTs
Malus x domestica
Pistil
Pollen tube
Style
Transmitting tissue
Fecha de publicación : 3-ene-2014
Editor: BioMed Central
Citación : BMC Plant Biology 14: 1 (2014)
Resumen: [Background] The characteristics of pollen tube growth are not constant, but display distinct patterns of growth within the different tissues of the pistil. In the stigma, the growth rate is slow and autotrophic, whereas in the style, it is rapid and heterotrophic. Very little is known about the interactions between these distinct maternal tissues and the traversing pollen tube and the role of this interaction on the observed metabolism. In this work we characterise pollen tube growth in the apple flower and look for differences in glycoprotein epitope localization between two different maternal tissues, the stigma and the style.
[Results] While immunocytochemically-detected arabinogalactan proteins were present at high levels in the stigma, they were not detected in the transmitting tissue of the style, where extensins were abundant. Whereas extensins remained at high levels in unpollinated pistils, they were no longer present in the style following pollen tube passage. Similarily, while abundant in unpollinated styles, insoluble polysaccharides such as β-glucans, were depleted in pollinated pistils.
[Conclusions] The switch from autotropic to heterotrophic pollen tube growth correlates spatially with a change of glycoprotein epitopes between the stigma and the style. The depletion of extensins and polysaccharides following pollen tube passage in the style suggest a possible contribution to the acceleration of heterotrophic pollen tube growth, which would imply an active contribution of female tissues on prezygotic male–female crosstalk.
Versión del editor: http://dx.doi.org/10.1186/1471-2229-14-1
URI : http://hdl.handle.net/10261/89289
DOI: 10.1186/1471-2229-14-1
ISSN: 1471-2229
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