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From: Ostkpr1 functions in anther cuticle development and pollen wall formation in rice

Fig. 8

Analysis of anther wax and cutin in WT and ostkpr1–2. a Total anther cutin and wax content. b Profile of anther cutin monomers c Profile of anther wax constituents. The results are expressed as mean ± standard derivation of four biological replicates. Compound names are abbreviated as follows: C16:0 FA, palmitic acid; C18:0 FA, stearic acid; C18:1 FA, oleic acid; C18:2 FA, linoleic acid; C18:3 FA, linolenic acid; C20:0 FA, eicosanoic acid; C20:1 FA, gadoleic acid; C22:0 FA, docosanoic acid; C16:0 ω-HFA, 16-hydroxy-hexadecanoic acid; C18:1 ω-HFA, 18-hydroxy-oleic acid; C18:2 ω-HFA, 18-hydroxy-linoleic acid; C18:2 ω-HFA(2), 18-hydroxy-linoleic acid(2); cis-9,10-epoxy C18:0 ω-HFA, cis-9,10-epoxy 18-hydroxy-stearic acid; cis-9,10-epoxy C18:1 ω-HFA, cis-9,10-epoxy 18-hydroxyoleic acid; C26 FA, cerotic acid; ALK, alkane; C20:2 ω-HFA, 20-hydroxy-eicosadienoic acid; 9,10,16 Tri-OH C16 FA, 9,10,16-hydroxy-hexadecanoic acid; C20:0 2HFA, 2-hydroxyeicosanoic acid; C21:0 2HFA, 2-hydroxyheneicosanoic acid; C22:0 2HFA, 2-hydroxydocosanoic acid; C24:0 2HFA, 2-hydroxytetracosanoic acid; C25:0 2HFA, 2-hydroxypentacosenoic acid; ALK, alkane. UI, unknown chemical. *P < 0.05; **P < 0.01 (Student’s t test)

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