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Adding perches for cross-pollination ensures the reproduction of a self-incompatible orchid.

BACKGROUNDOutcrossing is known to carry genetic advantages in comparison with inbreeding. In many cases, flowering plants develop a self-incompatibility mechanism, along with a floral component adaptation mechanism, to avoid self-pollination and to promote outbreeding. Orchids commonly have a lip in... Full description

Journal Title: PloS one 2013, Vol.8(1), p.e53695
Main Author: Liu, Zhong-Jian
Other Authors: Chen, Li-Jun , Liu, Ke-Wei , Li, Li-Qiang , Rao, Wen-Hui , Zhang, Yu-Ting , Tang, Guang-Da , Huang, Lai-Qiang
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  • Tang, Guang-Da
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  • Pollen–Physiology
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  • Reproduction–Physiology
  • Wasps–Physiology
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description: BACKGROUNDOutcrossing is known to carry genetic advantages in comparison with inbreeding. In many cases, flowering plants develop a self-incompatibility mechanism, along with a floral component adaptation mechanism, to avoid self-pollination and to promote outbreeding. Orchids commonly have a lip in...
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abstractBACKGROUNDOutcrossing is known to carry genetic advantages in comparison with inbreeding. In many cases, flowering plants develop a self-incompatibility mechanism, along with a floral component adaptation mechanism, to avoid self-pollination and to promote outbreeding. Orchids commonly have a lip in...
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