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Modification of Flower Color in Florist's Chrysanthemum: Production of a White–Flowering Variety Through Molecular Genetics
- N. Courtney-Gutterson, C. Napoli, C. Lemieux, A. Morgan, E. Firoozabady, K. Robinson
- Biology, MedicineBio/Technology
- 1 March 1994
The white–flowering trait was maintained well through vegetative propagation; however, during growth of individual white-flowering plants, some pink color was found in some flowers.
Plant Regeneration from Protoplasts of Lycopersicon esculentum Mill.
Fusion-mediated combination of Ogura-type cytoplasmic male sterility with Brassica napus plastids using X-irradiated CMS protoplasts
Mitochondria of this plant are non-parental as revealed by DNA-DNA hybridization using a species specific probe which results in loss of the sensitivity to low temperatures associated with R. sativus plastids in the male sterile parent.
PRODUCTION OF GENETICALLY ENGINEERED COLOR-MODIFIED CHRYSANTHEMUM PLANTS CARRYING A HOMOLOGOUS CHALCONE SYNTHASE GENE AND THEIR FIELD PERFORMANCE
Rapid chloroplast segregation and recombination of mitochondrial DNA in brassica cybrids
Physical mapping revealed recombination in a region which is not normally involved in the formation of subgenomic mtDNA circles in Brassica cybrids, and the role of treatments used to facilitate the recovery of cy hybrids, and of organelle compatibility in hybrid cytoplasm formation is discussed.