Dana Wiesnerová

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The in vitro regeneration of three flax (Linum usitatissimum L.) breeding lines (cv. Jitka, cv. Areco and NLN 245) and selection of transgenic plants were studied. A. tumefaciens derived binary vector GV3101 (pPM90RK)(pPCVRN4) bearing tetramer of 35S promoter enhancer was used in transformation experiments. Following 3 weeks of cultivation on shoot inducing(More)
Inter-simple sequence repeat (ISSR)-polymerase chain reaction (PCR) polymorphism was generated to provide useful markers for assessment of genetic diversity within flax germplasm collections. We used nine previously selected anchored ISSR primers for fingerprinting of 53 flax cultivars or genotypes and obtained 62 scorable bands, from which 45 bands (72.6%)(More)
Using various transformation methods, T-DNA constructions for insertional mutagenesis were introduced into Arabidopsis thaliana and the pattern of segregation of hygromycin resistance selectable marker was followed in succeeding generations in individual transgenic lines up to T4 generation. Despite the low frequency of transformation, T-DNA was often(More)
BACKGROUND AND AIMS Stomatal density (SD) generally decreases with rising atmospheric CO2 concentration, Ca. However, SD is also affected by light, air humidity and drought, all under systemic signalling from older leaves. This makes our understanding of how Ca controls SD incomplete. This study tested the hypotheses that SD is affected by the internal CO2(More)
The initiation of stomata, microscopic valves in the epidermis of higher plants that control of gas exchange, requires a co-ordinated sequence of asymmetric and symmetric divisions, which is under tight environmental and developmental control. Arabidopsis leaves grown under elevated photosynthetic photon flux density have a higher density of stomata.(More)
We expanded the basic ISSR-PCR protocol by an additional PCR reamplification round in order to detect whether increased PCR productivity would give new bands in ISSR patterns. We found that the reamplification step had a prominent impact on the quality of the inter-simple-sequence repeat (ISSR) PCR patterns of flax, depending on the particular primer used(More)
In this study, we wanted to inspect whether the evolutionary driven differences in primary sequences could correlate, and thus predict the genetic diversity of related marker loci, which is an important criterion to assess the quality of any DNA marker. We adopted new approach of quantitative symbolic DNA sequence analysis called DNA random walk(More)
We revealed four statistically significant correlations related to inter-simple-sequence repeat (ISSR) patterns: (1) between thermodynamic free energy DeltaG degrees of ISSR primer sequence and PCR reamplification intensity (dA(i)), (2) between free energy DeltaG degrees of ISSR primer sequence and PIC coefficient quantifying the polymorphism of ISSR(More)
We compared ISSR patterns generated by three variants of resolving medium/staining procedure: agarose/ethidium bromide, polyacrylamide/silver staining, and polyacrylamide/SYBR Green I in order to prepare methodology for large-scale screening of genetic diversity in flax (Linum usitatissimum L.) germplasm collections. We found out that polyacrylamide/SYBR(More)