Restoration of male fertileNicotiana by fusion of protoplasts derived from two different cytoplasmic male-sterile cybrids View Full Text


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DATE

1986-11

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D. Aviv, E. Galun

ABSTRACT

Using the 'donor-recipient' protoplast-fusion technique, we have recently constructed several alloplasmic-like lines ofNicotiana in which the original cytoplasms (or part of them) of eitherN. tabacum orN. sylvestris were replaced respectively, either byN. undulata or byN. bigelovii cytoplasms. These cybridizations resulted in two kinds of cytoplasmic male-sterile (CMS) cybrid plants:N. tabacum withN. undulata-like cytoplasm andN. sylvestris withN. bigelovii-like cytoplasm. Fusion of protoplasts, derived from the above two CMS types, by the 'donor-recipient' technique, lead to the recovery of 21 cybrid calli. One of these regenerated a cybrid with fertile pollen but having shortened filaments and slighly tappered anthers. Self pollination of the latter cybrid resulted in a second generation progeny having almost normal filaments and anthers. Further selfings produced a third generation in which numerous plants had normal stamens and fertile pollen. Mitochondrial DNA (mtDNA) analysis of second and third generation progenies revealed a novel pattern which differed from each of the parental CMS cybrids and also from the mtDNA of normal, male-fertileNicotiana species. The results suggest that mtDNA recombination between different types of CMS can lead to restoration of male-fertility. More... »

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411-417

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    Plant Molecular Biology

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    6

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    7

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