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Reproductive Dialog

Science, 3 August 2007
Vol. 317, Issue 5838, p. 606-607
DOI: 10.1126/science.1146655

Reproductive Dialog

  1. Sheila McCormick*
  1. The author is at the Plant Gene Expression Center, USDA Agricultural Research Service-UC Berkeley, 800 Buchanan Street, Albany, CA 94710, USA. E-mail: sheilamc{at}nature.berkeley.edu

Summary

A protein in ovule cells of a flowering plant recognizes the male pollen tube of the same species, ensuring successful fertilization.

Citation:

S. McCormick, Reproductive Dialog. Science 317, 606-607 (2007).

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