Sporogenous tissue, Biology

Sporogenous Tissue

The primary sporogenous cells (PSCs) result after the periclinal division of the archesporial cells. The PSCs may undergo mitotic divisions and increase in number before functioning as MMCs or the PSCs may function directly as MMCs. The MMCs undergo meiosis and give rise to haploid microspores. The details of meiosis have been extensively studied. Anthers are ideal systems to study meiosis. This is mainly due to the fact that, they are readily available and accessible for experimentation; and each anther contains a large number of meiocytes, mostly exhibiting synchrony. Most of the information on meiosis has been obtained from investigations on anthers.

 

Posted Date: 1/23/2013 12:35:40 AM | Location : United States







Related Discussions:- Sporogenous tissue, Assignment Help, Ask Question on Sporogenous tissue, Get Answer, Expert's Help, Sporogenous tissue Discussions

Write discussion on Sporogenous tissue
Your posts are moderated
Related Questions
To "express" a gene is to make it to function properly. A gene which encodes a protein will, when expressed, be transcribed or translated to produce that particular protein. A gene

Explain the uses of hydrocolloids In particular, hydrocolloids can provide water for increasing the flexibility (plasticizing) of other food components. These can also affect i

What is autophagic intracellular digestion? Why is this type of intracellular digestion intensified in an organism undergoing starvation? Autophagic intracellular digestion is

Define Briefly about the Nutrition security? Nutrition security can be briefly defined as a balance between biological requirements in energy and nutrients and the quantity and

Define about Skeletal system Skeletal system provides framework to the body; supports the soft tissues; protects delicate organs. The skeletal system is made up of bones an

Virus envelope is known as: 1.  Capsid 2.  Virion 3.  Nucleoprotein 4.  Core Capsid

Astrobiology : This is the branch of scientific enquiry dealing with the possibility of life in the outer space. Astrobiology is a type of study of the evolution, origin, distribut

What is capillarity? How this phenomenon is chemically explained? What is the relevance of capillarity for water transport in plants? Capillarity is the phenomenon by which

Q. Show How Adaptation affecting taste quality? Adaptation - A low concentration solution will not give any sensation after tasting a higher concentration solution due to the a

Erythema: Erythema is one of  the,commonest primary lesions of  the skin. It  is produced by  the dilation of the cutaneous blood vessels.  If the dilation  is accompanied  by