Document Type

Article

Journal/Book Title/Conference

Plant Science Letters

Volume

10

Publication Date

1-1-1977

First Page

199

Last Page

203

Abstract

Both compatible and incompatible pollen tubes growing from the ovarian to the stigmatic end of Lilium longiflorum style sections reached lengths not significantly different from similar tubes growing from the stigmatic to the ovarian end. Similarly, there was no significant difference in pollen tube lengths following interspecific pollinations of ovarian versus stigmatic ends of style sections. Neither the self nor the interspecific-incompatibility reactions appear to be due to localized stylar barriers to pollen tube growth in L. longiflorum.

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