Genetic Engineering of Plants


Contents 1. Introduction 2. Transformation of dicotyledonous plants 2.1 Transformation using Agrobacterium tumefaciens 2.1.1 The role of A. tumefaciens chromosomally encoded proteins and the Vir proteins 2.2 Other transformation methods 3. Transformation of monocotyledonous plants 3.1 Biolistic transformation 3.1.1 Gene silencing 3.2 Agrobacterium… (More)


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