Genetic and molecular analyses of an Arabidopsis thalianamutant with necrotic cotyledons from the collection of insertion mutants obtained earlier were conducted. The mutation under study showed incomplete dominance and represented a single insertion of the T region of pLD3 vector used for transformation of germinating seeds to the plant genome during the creation of the collection. Using TAIL–PCR, a fragment of the mutant DNA adjacent to the left border of the T-DNA insertion was isolated and sequenced. Computer r-aided analysis showed that the insertion was located on the left arm of chromosome 1. The open reading frame containing the insertion has one exon and encodes a protein of 446 amino acids, whose function is unknown.
Russian Journal of Genetics – Springer Journals
Published: Oct 16, 2004
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