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Anther development in sweet cherry

AuthorsFadón Adrián, Erica ; Rodrigo García, Javier; Herrero Romero, María
Issue DateMay-2016
CitationII International Workshop on Floral Biology and S-Incompatibility in Fruit Species (Murcia, Spain. May 23-May 26, 2016)
AbstractDormancy is a strategy of woody perennials to survive to cold winter temperatures, but is also a requisite for proper flowering, with chilling requirements specific for each cultivar. However, the biology behind these requirements remains obscure. Anther and pollen development is synchronized with the seasons. The fact that clear developmental steps are conserved in this process suggests that this may be useful to frame these steps in a dormancy context. In this work, anther development and pollen formation are cytochemically characterized in relation to dormancy.
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