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2004a,b; Procissi et al. 2001). Morphological screens are labor intensive, but have proven effective in the identiﬁcation of several important mutants with novel phenotypes (Table 1). These include mutants that disturb asymmetric cell division at pollen mitosis I (Chen and McCormick 1996; Twell et al. 1998, 2002; Oh et al. 2005), generative cell division (Grini et al. 1999; Durbarry and Twell 2005; Rotman et al. 2005), generative cell migration (Howden et al. 1998), the positioning and structure of the male germ unit (Lalanne and Twell 2002), callose wall deposition and the repression of pollen germination within the anther (Johnson and McCormick 2001).
DUO1 was recently identiﬁed as a novel R2R3 MYB protein speciﬁcally expressed in generative and sperm cells (Rotman et al. 2005). DUO1 represents the ﬁrst germ line speciﬁc regulator to be identiﬁed and DUO1 homologues in maize, rice and tobacco all possess a supernumerary lysine signature in the R3 MYB domain that deﬁnes the DUO1 family (Rotman et al. 2005). Mutant generative cells in duo1 pollen fail to enter PMII and enter a partial endocycle, suggesting that DUO1 may be a speciﬁc regulator of genes required for G2 to M-phase transition (Durbarry et al.
Some transcription factors and receptor proteins), we can expect many gametophytic genes with important functions to be relatively highly expressed. The contribution of such genes is more easily visualized when only mRNAs forming the high-abundance class5 are considered (2197 genes). Within the high abundance class, genes involved in protein synthesis are again the most numerous (15% of all 2197 genes) and the most highly expressed (25% of overall signal intensity). The increase of other over-represented functional categories (metabolism, protein fate) was less dramatic with only a 1–3% increase in gene number and signal intensity.