Physiological aspects of genome variability in tissue culture. I. Growth phase-dependent differential DNA methylation of the carrot genome (Daucus carota L.) during primary culture

@article{ArnholdtSchmitt1995PhysiologicalAO,
  title={Physiological aspects of genome variability in tissue culture. I. Growth phase-dependent differential DNA methylation of the carrot genome (Daucus carota L.) during primary culture},
  author={Birgit Arnholdt-Schmitt and Sabine Herterich and Kathrin Neumann},
  journal={Theoretical and Applied Genetics},
  year={1995},
  volume={91},
  pages={809-815}
}
Investigations were performed on growth phase-dependent EcoRII site-specific DNA methylation of the carrot genome during primary culture to elucidate physiological aspects of genome DNA variability in tissue culture. While DNA methylation of the root cambium and the secondary phloem and petioles of carrot leaves were strikingly different, the methylation level of the secondary phloem seemed to be independent of cultivar origin, the age of the plants and the extent of secondary root growth. As… CONTINUE READING
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