Maize Mutants for the 21st Century

Maize Mutants for the 21st Century Maize Mutants for the 2Ist Century Mutants provide the primary means of Knl defines the first homeobox-conunderstanding gene function in higher taining plant gene (Vollbrecht et al., plants. At the 1991 Maize Genetics 1991). Using the Knl homeobox as a Meeting, which was held in Delavan, hybridization probe, Brenda Lowe and Wisconsin, from March 21 to March coworkers in Sarah Hake’s laboratory 24, a practical new strategy for stream- (Plant Gene Expression Center, Allining the identification and mapping of bany, CA) and Michael Freeling’s labomutants was presented. The “inte- ratory (University of California, Berkegrated mapping project” will produce a ley) have cloned additional homeoboxsingle high-resolution map of the maize containing genes. Phil Becraft and cogenome that combines physical, restric- workers in the Freeling laboratory tion fragment length polymorphism showed that one of these homeobox (RFLP), and gene markers. This project sequences maps to the same position a is a major undertaking for the maize as Rough sheafh-1 (Rsl), locus community, with the rallying cry “20,000 defined by an EMS-induced dominant loci by the year 2000!” In this report, I leaf mutation. They have cloned and will explain the integrated mapping partially sequenced the gene that project and highlight http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png

Maize Mutants for the 21st Century

Sep 19, 1991

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American Society of Plant Biologist
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Copyright © 1991 by the American Society of Plant Biologists
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1040-4651
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1532-298X
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Abstract

Maize Mutants for the 2Ist Century Mutants provide the primary means of Knl defines the first homeobox-conunderstanding gene function in higher taining plant gene (Vollbrecht et al., plants. At the 1991 Maize Genetics 1991). Using the Knl homeobox as a Meeting, which was held in Delavan, hybridization probe, Brenda Lowe and Wisconsin, from March 21 to March coworkers in Sarah Hake’s laboratory 24, a practical new strategy for stream- (Plant Gene Expression Center, Allining the identification and mapping of bany, CA) and Michael Freeling’s labomutants was presented. The “inte- ratory (University of California, Berkegrated mapping project” will produce a ley) have cloned additional homeoboxsingle high-resolution map of the maize containing genes. Phil Becraft and cogenome that combines physical, restric- workers in the Freeling laboratory tion fragment length polymorphism showed that one of these homeobox (RFLP), and gene markers. This project sequences maps to the same position a is a major undertaking for the maize as Rough sheafh-1 (Rsl), locus community, with the rallying cry “20,000 defined by an EMS-induced dominant loci by the year 2000!” In this report, I leaf mutation. They have cloned and will explain the integrated mapping partially sequenced the gene that project and highlight

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