Effect of season, age and temperature on the protein pattern of pollen and styles in Petunia hybrida
Acta botanica neerlandica , Volume 30 - Issue 4 p. 277- 287
In Petunia hybrida age of the plant, temperatures during the vegetative growth and derivation of the plants from summer- or wintercuttings, determine the immunoelectrophoretic patterns of protein in pollen and styles. The total amount of protein is higher in pollen developed under a higher temperature regime. The quantity of lipids is higher in styles developed under a lower temperature regime.
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M.M.A. van Herpen. (1981). Effect of season, age and temperature on the protein pattern of pollen and styles in Petunia hybrida. Acta botanica neerlandica, 30(4), 277–287.
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