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Transposon tagging in rice

To develop an efficient gene isolation method for rice we introduced the maize Ac/Ds system into rice. Extensive analysis of their behavior in rice for several generations indicated that Ac and Ds in the presence of Ac transposase gene actively transpose in rice. A wide spectrum of mutations affecti... Full description

Journal Title: Plant molecular biology September 1997, Vol.35(1-2), pp.219-29
Main Author: Izawa, T
Other Authors: Ohnishi, T , Nakano, T , Ishida, N , Enoki, H , Hashimoto, H , Itoh, K , Terada, R , Wu, C , Miyazaki, C , Endo, T , Iida, S , Shimamoto, K
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title: Transposon tagging in rice
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  • Izawa, T
  • Ohnishi, T
  • Nakano, T
  • Ishida, N
  • Enoki, H
  • Hashimoto, H
  • Itoh, K
  • Terada, R
  • Wu, C
  • Miyazaki, C
  • Endo, T
  • Iida, S
  • Shimamoto, K
subjects:
  • DNA Transposable Elements
  • Genes, Plant
  • Oryza -- Genetics
ispartof: Plant molecular biology, September 1997, Vol.35(1-2), pp.219-29
description: To develop an efficient gene isolation method for rice we introduced the maize Ac/Ds system into rice. Extensive analysis of their behavior in rice for several generations indicated that Ac and Ds in the presence of Ac transposase gene actively transpose in rice. A wide spectrum of mutations affecting growth, morphogenesis, flowering time and disease resistance have been obtained in the population carrying Ac/Ds and some of them were genetically analyzed. Main efforts are currently being made to isolate genes responsible these mutations. In addition, a number of Ac/Ds were mapped on chromosomes and mapped elements will be used in the future for directed tagging of genes with known chromosomal positions.
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abstractTo develop an efficient gene isolation method for rice we introduced the maize Ac/Ds system into rice. Extensive analysis of their behavior in rice for several generations indicated that Ac and Ds in the presence of Ac transposase gene actively transpose in rice. A wide spectrum of mutations affecting growth, morphogenesis, flowering time and disease resistance have been obtained in the population carrying Ac/Ds and some of them were genetically analyzed. Main efforts are currently being made to isolate genes responsible these mutations. In addition, a number of Ac/Ds were mapped on chromosomes and mapped elements will be used in the future for directed tagging of genes with known chromosomal positions.
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