An Improved Tolerance of PHYB-Transgenic Potato Plants to the Middle-Wave Ultraviolet Irradiation

@article{Konstantinova2004AnIT,
  title={An Improved Tolerance of PHYB-Transgenic Potato Plants to the Middle-Wave Ultraviolet Irradiation},
  author={Tatiyana N. Konstantinova and Nina P. Aksenova and I. A. Gukasyan and Svetlana A. Golyanovskaya and Georgy A Romanov},
  journal={Doklady Biological Sciences},
  year={2004},
  volume={395},
  pages={130-132}
}
Phytochrome is one of the basic plant photoreceptors involved in the photoregulation of many morphological and biochemical processes [1]. The practical importance of many phytochrome-controlled morphogenetic processes stimulated finding and active investigation of several phytochrome proteins. Potato morphogenesis is one of such processes [2]. The constitutive expression of the gene for phytochrome B apoprotein ( PHYB ) from Arabidopsis in potato plants has a pleiotropic effect and results in… CONTINUE READING
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