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Incompatibility And Incongruity In Wild And Cultivated Plants

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1 The Basic Features of Self-Incompatibility.- 2 The Genetics of Self-Incompatibility.- 3 Cellular and Molecular Biology of Self-Incompatibility.- 4 Breakdown of the Self-Incompatibility Character, S Mutations and the Evolution of Self-Incompatible Systems.- 5 Incompatibility and Incongruity Barriers Between Different Species.- 6 Conclusions.- References.
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