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Comparative analyses of angiosperm secretomes identify apoplastic pollen tube functions and novel secreted peptides

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Dresselhaus, Thomas ; Flores‑Tornero, Maria ; Wang, Lele ; Potěšil, David ; Hafidh, Said ; Vogler, Frank ; Zdráhal, Zbyněk ; Honys, David ; Sprunck, Stefanie
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Date of publication of this fulltext: 09 Feb 2021 15:38

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Key message Analyses of secretomes of in vitro grown pollen tubes from Amborella, maize and tobacco identified many components of processes associated with the cell wall, signaling and metabolism as well as novel small secreted peptides. Flowering plants (angiosperms) generate pollen grains that germinate on the stigma and produce tubes to transport their sperm cells cargo deep into the maternal ...


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