Hormone-Dependent insertional mutants of arabidopsis ihaliana with reduced viability and fertility

N. B. Tomilova, Alexey Tomilov, O. A. Ogarkova, O. Soldatova, V. A. Tarasov

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Abstract

We present data on the phenotype identification and genetic analysis of offspring in three lines of dominant morphological mutants of Arabidopsis thaliana having drastically reduced fertility (a sterile calluslike mutant, a flower mutant, and a dwarf mutant) and in five lines of recessive morphological mutants (four mutants with lethal seedlings and one pigmentation mutant). The mutants were selected from a collection of transgenic plants that had genomes carrying a T-DNA insertion of plasmid vectors pLD3 and pPCVRN4; the collection was created earlier via agrobacterial transformation of germinating seeds. The results presented here were obtained using compensation of hormonal imbalance in the insertional morphological mutants of A. thaliana by exogenous hormones.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Pages (from-to)1251-1257
Number of pages7
JournalGenetika
Volume37
Issue number9
StatePublished - Dec 1 2001
Externally publishedYes

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    Tomilova, N. B., Tomilov, A., Ogarkova, O. A., Soldatova, O., & Tarasov, V. A. (2001). Hormone-Dependent insertional mutants of arabidopsis ihaliana with reduced viability and fertility. Genetika, 37(9), 1251-1257.