Article on maternal control of LORELEI expression is published

 

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We are interested in understanding how plant cells communicate with each other. To accomplish this goal, we are using pollen tube interactions with pistils during Arabidopsis thaliana reproduction as a model system.

Currently, we are identifying the molecular mechanisms that underlie specific pollen tube functions in A. thaliana such as germination, growth, guidance and growth arrest in the synergid cell of the female gametophyte.

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Pollen - Nature's Tiny Clues

 
 

Science Link of the Month

 
 
 
 

Editorial: Wilhelm Hofmeister and the foundations of plant science

 

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Paper of the Month

 
 
 
 

'Harmomegathy'