PRODUCTION OF GENETICALLY ENGINEERED COLOR-MODIFIED CHRYSANTHEMUM PLANTS CARRYING A HOMOLOGOUS CHALCONE SYNTHASE GENE AND THEIR FIELD PERFORMANCE

@inproceedings{CourtneyGutterson1993PRODUCTIONOG,
  title={PRODUCTION OF GENETICALLY ENGINEERED COLOR-MODIFIED CHRYSANTHEMUM PLANTS CARRYING A HOMOLOGOUS CHALCONE SYNTHASE GENE AND THEIR FIELD PERFORMANCE},
  author={Neal Courtney-Gutterson and Ebrahim Firoozabady and Christine L. Lemieux and J. Nicholas and Alison Morgan and K. E. P. Robinson and Andreas Otten and M. Akerboom},
  year={1993}
}

Ornamental Chrysanthemums: Improvement by Biotechnology

  • J. Silva
  • Biology
    Plant Cell, Tissue and Organ Culture
  • 2004
TLDR
This review highlights the impact that biotechnology has had on the improvement of chrysanthemum in vitro cell, tissue and organ culture, micropropagation and transformation.

Breeding of ornamentals: success and technological status

TLDR
The entire breeding system of ornamentals have been very simply reviewed and cited with very common examples so that even a new breeder can follow and select the most suitable techniques for developing the new varieties with desired traits of commercial ornamental species.

Forecasting and optimizing Agrobacterium-mediated genetic transformation via ensemble model- fruit fly optimization algorithm: A data mining approach using chrysanthemum databases

TLDR
Generally, the developed hybrid model in this study (ensemble model-FOA) can be employed as an accurate and reliable approach in future genetic engineering and genome editing studies.

Transformation efficiency in Chrysanthemum from various sources of explants

Nowadays, Chrysanthemum is one of the most popular ornamental plants. However their production is constrained by problems with pests and diseases, mainly white rust disease (Puccinia horiana P.

Effects of the silencing of CmMET1 by RNA interference in chrysanthemum (Chrysanthemum morifolium)

TLDR
It is indicated that silencing CmMET1 could decrease plant height, change the phenotype of chrysanthemum, and promote earlier flowering in plants using genetic modified rootstock using Agrobacterium-mediated transformation with expression vectors.

Chrysanthemum Biotechnology: Quo vadis?

TLDR
Transgenic strategies, despite opening up new avenues for creating new cultivars with improved agronomic and horticultural traits, may be limited due to the risk of transgenic pollen escaping into the wild.

Comparative gene expression analysis in a highly anthocyanin pigmented mutant of colorless chrysanthemum

TLDR
The results suggest that the purple pigmentation of the ‘ARTI-purple’ is not just dependent on the expression of anthocyanin synthesis genes, and that the pigmentation may also affect other metabolic processing and the plant cell environment.

Genetic engineering of chrysanthemum (Chrysanthemum morifolium): Current progress and perspectives

TLDR
Using a co-cultivation medium containing acetosyringone and casamino acids for high transformation e ciency and an antibioticselection step for transgenic calli before plant regeneration to eliminate the chimerism, this system was used to successfully introduce useful agronomical traits into chrysanthemums.

Somatic Embryogenesis and Genetic Improvement of Selected Ornamentals (Chrysanthemum, Euphorbia, Caladium and Cyclamen) - A Review

TLDR
In this review, the importance of SEG and the application and events of genetic transformation have been discussed in select ornamentals.