Transfer and segregation of triazine tolerant chloroplasts in Brassica napus L. View Full Text


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1988-08

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J. E. Thomzik, R. Hain

ABSTRACT

Hypocotyl protoplasts of 45 different genotypes of German winter oilseed rape Brassica napus L. (double zero quality: high in yield, seeds low in erucic acid and glucosinolate content) were regenerated to plants. Triazine/triazinone (tri)-tolerant chloroplasts of the Canadian spring oilseed rape variety OAC Triton were introduced into some winter oilseed rapes by means of protoplast fusion. X-ray irradiation was used to limit the transfer of nuclear DNA of Triton protoplasts and to promote the selective transfer of tri-tolerant chloroplasts. Regenerated "cybrid" plants survived a treatment rate of 1000 g/ha metribuzin. The presence and segregation of the tri-tolerant chloroplasts in winter oilseed rape plants, regenerated from fusion products and their progeny, was investigated by restriction fragment length polymorphism (RFLP). Our results indicate that chloroplast segregation was not completed in plants regnerated from fusion products derived from X-irradiated OAC Triton mesophyll protoplasts and German winter oilseed rape hypocotyl protoplasts. In regenerants and their progeny both chloroplast types can still be present. Chloroplasts derived from wintertype protoplasts can outcompete tritolerant chloroplasts during plant development. In some instances, even progeny plants not kept under selective conditions (metribuzin) lost tri-tolerant chloroplasts. A homogenous population of tri-tolerant chloroplasts was necessary to obtain stable tri-tolerant winter oilseed rape plants. More... »

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165-171

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