Plant Molecular Biology 35: 537, 1997. 537 1997 Kluwer Academic Publishers. Printed in Belgium. Erratum T-DNA integration into genomic DNA of rice following Agrobacterium inoculation of isolated shoot apices 1 2 1; Sung Hun Park , Shannon R.M. Pinson and Roberta H. Smith 1 2 Department of Soil and Crop Sciences, Texas A & M University, College Station, TX 77843, USA; USA-ARS, Beaumont, TX 77713, USA ( author for correspondence) Plant Molecular Biology 32: 1135–1148, 1996 An incorrect description of the results of Gould et al. published in Plant Physiol. 95: 426–434, 1991, “Trans- formation of Zea mays L. using Agrobacterium tumefa- ciens and the shoot apex” appeared in S.H. Park et al., Plant Molecular Biology 32: 1134–1148, 1996, “T- DNA integration into genomic DNA of rice following Agrobacterium inoculation of isolated shoot apices”. Gould et al.  reported the presence of Gus and NPT II genes in progeny of inoculated and regenerated plants. Unfortunately, Park et al. described the work of Gould et al. as “reporting NPT and Gus expression in primary and R1 progeny of Zea mays”. GR: 201001138, Pips nr. 145981 BIO2KAP *145981* plaer-10.tex; 21/08/1997; 7:57; v.7; p.1
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