Morphology and tuber formation of in-vitro-grown potato plants harboring the yeast invertase gene and/or the rolC gene

@article{Romanov1998MorphologyAT,
  title={Morphology and tuber formation of in-vitro-grown potato plants harboring the yeast invertase gene and/or the rolC gene},
  author={Georgy A Romanov and Tatiyana N. Konstantinova and Lidiya I. Sergeeva and Svetlana A. Golyanovskaya and Jens M Kossmann and Lothar Willmitzer and Thomas Schm{\"u}lling and Nina P. Aksenova},
  journal={Plant Cell Reports},
  year={1998},
  volume={18},
  pages={318-324}
}
Growth and tuber formation of transgenic potato plants (Solanum tuberosum cv. Désirée) harboring the yeast invertase gene and the rolC gene individually or in combination under the transcriptional control of the patatin promoter were investigated under different conditions in vitro. Plants expressing only the invertase gene were morphologically similar to control plants. rolC transgenic plants had an increased tiller number, improved root growth, and a higher total biomass. Tuber formation and… CONTINUE READING

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