Transformation of a large number of potato varieties: genotype-dependent variation in efficiency and somaclonal variability

@article{Heeres2004TransformationOA,
  title={Transformation of a large number of potato varieties: genotype-dependent variation in efficiency and somaclonal variability},
  author={Paul Heeres and Marja Schippers-Rozenboom and Evert Jacobsen and Richard G. F. Visser},
  journal={Euphytica},
  year={2004},
  volume={124},
  pages={13-22}
}
Transformation of potato is a genotype dependent process as was shown by experiments conducted with 16 varieties. Not all genotypes could be transformed with a single procedure hence two different procedures were attempted for all 16 varieties in a pilot experiment. Large differences in regeneration capacity of putative transformants were observed with the two protocols. Regeneration capacity and transformation efficiency were not correlated. All varieties were transformed with the same… CONTINUE READING
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