Microspore-specific regulatory element


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Chris Baszczynski , Eric Barbour , Brian Miki , Jiro Hattori

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A novel DNA regulatory element that confers microspore-specific gene expression has been discovered, isolated, and characterized. The microspore-specific regulatory element can be used to control the expression of a foreign gene that disrupts the function of microspores. Thus, the control of pollen production can be achieved by using the microspore-specific regulatory element to produce male-sterile plants. Various methods can be used to restore male fertility in the F1 generation of such male-sterile plants. In addition, the microspore-specific regulatory element can be used to confer resistance to viral and insect pests. More... »

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