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- 1Adihetty, Dilini D
- 1Ambrosem, Barbara A.
- 1Jayasinghege, Charitha P. A.
- 1Little, S.A.
- 1Pabón-Mora, Natalia
- 1Penner, B.
Investigations of the Middle Eocene Princeton Chert reveal evidence for the connection of lauraceous flowers to fruits through a developmental series. Youngest fruits are found with attached floral remnants. Later stages show receptacle enlargement, fruit wall thickening, and the development of...
In pea (Pisum sativum), normal pericarp growth requires the presence of seeds and removal or abortion of seeds lead to reduced pericarp growth and subsequent abscission. Previous studies in pea showed that auxin levels are higher in seeds than the surrounding ovary (pericarp) tissues, suggesting...
Normal development of a pea (Pisum sativum L.) fruit requires the presence of seeds within the fruit. Removal of seeds from young pea fruits results in slowing of pericarp (fruit) growth and subsequent abscission. Indole-3-acetic acid (IAA) and 4-chloroindole-3-acetic acid (4-Cl-IAA) are two...