L Thia-Toong

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Forty-four independent transformed tobacco plants were obtained from a cocultivation experiment with Agrobacterium tumefaciens strains carrying modified Ti-plasmids. The transformed plants were either self-fertilized or crossed with nontransformed plants or with other transformed plants. The segregation of a phenotypic marker (kanamycin resistance) in the(More)
Cultured stem fragments from the monocotyledonous plant Asparagus officinalis infected by the oncogenic bacterium Agrobacterium tumefaciens developed tumorous proliferations. This tissue was propagated in vitro on hormone-free culture medium. The T-DNA-encoded markers nopaline and agrocinopine were unambiguously detected in these tissues. The data(More)
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