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From: Mitochondrially-targeted expression of a cytoplasmic male sterility-associated orf220 gene causes male sterility in Brassica juncea

Figure 2

Phenotypes of reproductive development in transgenic plants. Delayed flowering of transgenic plants is shown in Figure 2-A. The appearance of novel petal-like floral structures in transgenic plants is shown by an arrow with a hand in Figure 2-B. The time of seed-set of transgenic plants is shown by an arrow without a hand in Figure 2-C. Transgenic plant stamens with pollen are shown by an arrow with a hand, and stamens without by an arrow without a hand in Figure 2-D. WT denotes wild type; mt-ex-orf220 denotes mitochondrial targeted expression of orf220 gene; SP denotes self-pollination; CP denotes cross-pollination with normal pollen.

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