| Categories genes  | Tags growth  pollen  sterility  development  tapetum  pollen development 
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    • Disruption of OsPPR676 resulted in growth retardation of plants and partial sterility of pollens
    • In this study, OsPPR676 was confirmed to be an interacted protein with Osj10gBTF3, β-subunit of nascent polypeptide-associated complex (β-NAC), by bimolecular fluorescence complementation assays, indicating that both proteins are probably involved in the same regulatory pathway of pollen development
    • Compared with other chloroplast-rich tissues, OsPPR676 was only weakly expressed in anther, but in the Mei and YM stages of pollen development, its expression was relatively strong in the tapetum
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