Plant Reproduction

(The TQCC of Plant Reproduction is 10. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts [max. 250 papers]. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2020-06-01 to 2024-06-01.)
Ecological, (epi)genetic and physiological aspects of bet-hedging in angiosperms27
Learning to tango with four (or more): the molecular basis of adaptation to polyploid meiosis25
Conserved, divergent and heterochronic gene expression during Brachypodium and Arabidopsis embryo development23
Evolution and diversity of the angiosperm anther: trends in function and development20
Insights into the molecular control of cross-incompatibility in Zea mays20
The epigenetic origin of life history transitions in plants and algae19
A dynamic intron retention program regulates the expression of several hundred genes during pollen meiosis17
Loss of obligate crossovers, defective cytokinesis and male sterility in barley caused by short-term heat stress16
Quantitative methods in microscopy to assess pollen viability in different plant taxa16
Crossover patterning in plants16
Insights into the molecular evolution of fertilization mechanism in land plants15
Transgenerational conditioned male fertility of HD-ZIP IV transcription factor mutant ocl4: impact on 21-nt phasiRNA accumulation in pre-meiotic maize anthers15
Bridging the GAPs in plant reproduction: a comparison of plant and animal GPI-anchored proteins14
High temperatures during microsporogenesis fatally shorten pollen lifespan14
Live Imaging of embryogenic structures in Brassica napus microspore embryo cultures highlights the developmental plasticity of induced totipotent cells13
The evolution of imprinting in plants: beyond the seed13
Switching it up: algal insights into sexual transitions12
Ancestral self-compatibility facilitates the establishment of allopolyploids in Brassicaceae11
Characterization of novel pollen-expressed transcripts reveals their potential roles in pollen heat stress response in Arabidopsis thaliana11
The emerging role of small RNAs in ovule development, a kind of magic11
Repair of DNA double-strand breaks in plant meiosis: role of eukaryotic RecA recombinases and their modulators11
Pollen tube invasive growth is promoted by callose11
Let's shape again: the concerted molecular action that builds the pollen tube10
A dye combination for the staining of pollen coat and pollen wall10
Arabinogalactan glycoprotein dynamics during the progamic phase in the tomato pistil10
Tracing the evolution of the plant meiotic molecular machinery10
Detection of a biolistic delivery of fluorescent markers and CRISPR/Cas9 to the pollen tube10
Regulation of gametangia and gametangiophore initiation in the liverwort Marchantia polymorpha10