Event Title

Glucuronic Acid is Critically Important in Pollen Development in Arabidopsis.

Presenter Information

Rowan Andrews, Biological Sciences

Abstract

Transferring glucuronic acid to AGPs in Arabidopsis sexual reproduction is critical in establishing normal pollen development.

Keywords:

Biology, Pollen, Pollen development, Glucuronic Acid, Arabinogalactan-proteins (AGPs)

Comments

Presenter email: ra062518@ohio.edu

Status

Undergraduate

Department

Biological Sciences

College

College of Arts and Sciences

Campus

Athens

Faculty Mentor

Showalter, Allen

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Glucuronic Acid is Critically Important in Pollen Development in Arabidopsis.

Transferring glucuronic acid to AGPs in Arabidopsis sexual reproduction is critical in establishing normal pollen development.