Analysis with the polymerase chain reaction showed that the Khlorofill-4 pea Pisum sativum chlorophyll-deficient mutant with reduced stipules has an altered structure of the COCHLEATA (COCH) gene, carrying a new mutant COCH allele. The phenotype of the mutant was described in comparison with another form having reduced stipules (stipules reduced) and the control. Leaves of the coch mutant are smaller and have other proportions than in the control; stipules are absent from leaves of the first nodes and are narrow, bandlike, or spoonlike at later ontogenetic stages. It was concluded that the cell number in the stipule epidermis is reduced in the st and coch mutants compared to the wild type.
Russian Journal of Genetics – Springer Journals
Published: Dec 8, 2011
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