Role of Rol Genes: Potential Route to Manipulate Plants for Genetic Improvement View Full Text


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2016-10-09

AUTHORS

Sana Khan , Syed Saema , Suchitra Banerjee , Laiq ur Rahman

ABSTRACT

The art of genetic engineering not only complements conventional breeding strategies by providing opportunities to incorporate foreign genes/enzymes but also serves as a wide platform to strategically manipulate the endogenous rate-limiting steps for desired or elite traits. The transgenic approaches have made possible to recuperate the genetic architecture in order to improve various biotic and abiotic aspects necessary for plant adaptation and survival. -mediated transformation is the viable approach that has been widely utilised as a convenient method for the improvement of particular trait through incorporation and functional characterisation of genes involved in biochemical, phenotypical and genotypic routes of the metabolic pathways. More... »

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419-446

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