Male Sterility in Flowering Plants

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or fruit production as a consequence of the lack of optimum pollination conditions (CLARK and FRYER, 1920; ARMSTRONG and WHITE, 1935; VALLEAU, 1918; KVAALE, 1927; and many others). In order to mini- mize the influence of poor pollen producers, systematic planning of a field planting or an orchard might be necessary. Above all, the im- portant reason for its wide popularity is its potential use in the com- mercial production of hybrid seed. A male-sterile plant is an effective female for a crossing program and its employment ...

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