An alternative approach for gene transfer in trees using wild-typeAgrobacterium strains

@article{Brasileiro1991AnAA,
  title={An alternative approach for gene transfer in trees using wild-typeAgrobacterium strains},
  author={Ana Cristina Miranda Brasileiro and Jean-Charles Lepl{\'e} and Joris Muzzin and Dalila Ounnoughi and Marie-France Michel and Lise Jouanin},
  journal={Plant Molecular Biology},
  year={1991},
  volume={17},
  pages={441-452}
}
Micropropagated shoots of three forest tree species, poplar (Populus tremula × P.alba), wild cherry (Prunus avium L.) and walnut (Juglans nigra × J. regia), were inoculated each with six different wild-typeAgrobacterium strains. Poplar and wild cherry developed tumors that grew hormone-independently, whereas on walnut, gall formation was weak. On poplar and wild cherry, tumors induced by nopaline strains developed spontaneously shoots that had a normal phenotype and did not carry oncogenic T… CONTINUE READING

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