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Pollen wall degradation in the Brassicaceae permits cell emergence after pollination.

Edlund AF, Olsen K, Mendoza C, Wang J, Buckley T, Nguyen M, Callahan B, Owen HA.

Am J Bot. 2017 Aug;104(8):1266-1273. doi: 10.3732/ajb.1700201.

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Pollen from Arabidopsis thaliana and other Brassicaceae are functionally omniaperturate.

Edlund AF, Zheng Q, Lowe N, Kuseryk S, Ainsworth KL, Lyles RH, Sibener SJ, Preuss D.

Am J Bot. 2016 Jun;103(6):1006-19. doi: 10.3732/ajb.1600031. Epub 2016 Jun 22.

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Cell segregation, mixing, and tissue pattern in the spinal cord of the Xenopus laevis neurula.

Edlund AF, Davidson LA, Keller RE.

Dev Dyn. 2013 Oct;242(10):1134-46. doi: 10.1002/dvdy.24004. Epub 2013 Aug 5.

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Species specificity in pollen-pistil interactions.

Swanson R, Edlund AF, Preuss D.

Annu Rev Genet. 2004;38:793-818. Review.

PMID:
15568994
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Pollen and stigma structure and function: the role of diversity in pollination.

Edlund AF, Swanson R, Preuss D.

Plant Cell. 2004;16 Suppl:S84-97. Epub 2004 Apr 9. Review. No abstract available.

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Pollen tube growth and guidance is regulated by POP2, an Arabidopsis gene that controls GABA levels.

Palanivelu R, Brass L, Edlund AF, Preuss D.

Cell. 2003 Jul 11;114(1):47-59.

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