Complementation of notabilis , an abscisic acid-deficient mutant of tomato : importance of sequence context and utility of partial complementation

@inproceedings{Thompson2004ComplementationON,
  title={Complementation of notabilis , an abscisic acid-deficient mutant of tomato : importance of sequence context and utility of partial complementation},
  author={Andrew J Thompson and Eleanor T Thorne and A. A. Burbidge and Alison C. Jackson and Robert E. Sharp and Ian B. Taylor},
  year={2004}
}
The abscisic acid (ABA)-deficient tomato mutant notabilis (not) is believed to be a null mutation in the gene LeNCED1 , encoding a 9cis -epoxycarotenoid dioxygenase involved in ABA biosynthesis. We have sequenced and analysed a 19 kb genomic clone containing LeNCED1 and 5.4 kb of its promoter. This clone was transferred to not homozygotes and several non-wilty transformed plants were obtained. The basal ABA content, water relations, shoot and root growth, adventitious rooting, ethylene… CONTINUE READING
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