Self-incompatibility is the mechanisms adopted by a plant to prevent self-fertilization and thus encourage outcrossing. Self-incompatibility can be achieved either by preventing self-pollination or by ensuring that self-pollen does not successfully achieve fertilization.
Latest Research and Reviews
Research | | openHeredity 118, 52–63
News and Comment
News and Views |Nature Plants 3, 17100
Research Highlights |Nature Plants 1, 15198
News and Views |Nature Plants 1, 15129