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  • Prior, Natalie; Little, Stefan; Boyes, Ian; Griffith, Patrick; Husby, Chad; Pirone‑Davies, Cary; Stevenson, Dennis W.; Tomlinson, P. Barry; von Aderkas, Patrick (Plant Reproduction, 2019)
    Pollination drops are aqueous secretions that receive pollen and transport it to the ovule interior in gymnosperms (Coniferales, Cycadales, Ginkgoales, Gnetales). Proteins are well established as components of pollination ...
  • von Aderkas, Patrick; Prior, Natalie; Gagnon, Susannah; Little, Stefan; Cross, Tyra; Hardie, Darryl; Borchers, Christoph; Thornburg, Robert; Hou, Chen; Lunny, Alexandra (Botanical Review, 2015-03)
    Although secreted proteins (a secretome) are known to occur in gymnosperm pollination drops, this study shows evidence for the presence of a protein degradome for the first time. A protein degradome is composed of protein ...
  • Pirone-Davies, Cary; Prior, Natalie; von Aderkas, Patrick; Smith, Derek; Hardie, Darryl; Friedman, William E.; Matthews, Sarah (Annals of Botany, 2016-05)
    Background and Aims: Many gymnosperms produce an ovular secretion, the pollination drop, during reproduction. The drops serve as a landing site for pollen, but also contain a suite of ions and organic compounds, including ...
  • Nepi, Massimo; Little, Stefan; Guarnieri, Massimo; Nocentini, Daniele; Prior, Natalie; Gill, Julia; Tomlinson, P. Barry; Ickert-Bond, Stefanie M.; Pirone, Cary; Pacini, Ettore; von Aderkas, Patrick (Annals of Botany, 2017-11)
    Background and Aims: Gymnosperms are either wind-pollinated (anemophilous) or both wind- and insect-pollinated (ambophilous). Regardless of pollination mode, ovular secretions play a key role in pollen capture, germination ...