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A new study provides a comprehensive molecular mechanism that controls interspecific incompatibility of self-incompatible (SI) plants in the Brassicaceae. This finding points to a potentially promising path to break interspecific barriers and achieve introgression of desirable traits into crops...
Arabidopsis sepals coordinate flower opening in the morning as ambient temperature rises; however, the underlying molecular mechanisms are poorly understood. Mutation of one heat shock protein encoding gene, HSP70-16, impaired sepal heat stress responses (HSR), disrupting lipid metabolism,...
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