cytoplasmic male

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  • Cytoplasmic male sterility has now been identified in over 150 plant species.
  • The first commercial cytoplasmic male sterile, discovered in Texas, is known as CMS-T.
  • Cytoplasmic male sterility is an important part of hybrid maize production.
  • Cytoplasmic male sterility is used in hybrid seed production.
  • Cytoplasmic male sterility is total or partial male sterility in plants as the result of specific nuclear and mitochondrial interactions.
  • Commercial hybrid wheat seed has been produced using chemical hybridizing agents; these chemicals selectively interfere with pollen development, or naturally occurring cytoplasmic male sterility systems.
  • Commercial hybrid wheat seed has been produced using chemical hybridizing agents, plant growth regulators that selectively interfere with pollen development, or naturally occurring cytoplasmic male sterility systems.
  • In rye he started a systematic search for cytoplasmic male sterility in backcross generations of crosses between European and exotic rye accessions.
  • Cytoplasmic male sterility, as the name indicates, is under extranuclear genetic control (under control of the mitochondrial or plastid genomes).
  • Cytoplasmic male sterility (CMS) is caused by the extranuclear genome (mitochondria or chloroplast) and shows maternal inheritance.
  • In 1933 another important breeding technique, cytoplasmic male sterility (CMS), developed in maize, was described by Marcus Morton Rhoades.
  • In 1933, another important breeding technique, cytoplasmic male sterility (CMS), developed in maize, was described by Marcus Morton Rhoades.
  • Silene species commonly contain a mixture of hermaphroditic and female (or male-sterile) individuals (gynodioecy), and early studies by Correns showed that male sterility could be maternally inherited, an example of what is now known as cytoplasmic male sterility.