Genetically engineering cotton plants for altered fiber


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DATE

1996-02-27T00:00

AUTHORS

JOHN MALIYAKAL

ABSTRACT

A method of genetically engineering a fiber-producing plant is disclosed. This method first comprises the step of constructing a plant expression vector that comprises a protein coding sequence and a DNA sequence capable of promoting gene expression in fiber cells, wherein the DNA sequence is homologous to a sequence selected from the group consisting of 12 different genomic sequences. The method next involves introducing the expression vector into a fiber-producing plant wherein the protein coding sequence is expressed in the fiber cells of the fiber producing plant. A method of obtaining a DNA sequence capable of promoting gene expression in fiber cells is also disclosed. More... »

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