In vitro morphogenesis of arrested embryos from lethal mutants of Arabidopsis thaliana View Full Text


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1989-05

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L. Franzmann, D. A. Patton, D. W. Meinke

ABSTRACT

Arrested embryos from lethal (emb) mutants of Arabidopsis thaliana were rescued on a nutrient medium designed to promote plant regeneration from immature wild-type cotyledons. The best response was observed with mutant embryos arrested at the heart to cotyledon stages of development. Embryos arrested at a globular stage produced callus but failed to turn green or form normal shoots in culture. Many of the mutant plants produced in culture were unusually pale with abnormal leaves, rosettes, and patterns of reproductive development. Other plants were phenotypically normal except for the presence of siliques containing 100% aborted seeds following self-pollination. These results demonstrate that genes with essential functions during plant embryo development differ in their pattern of expression at later stages of the life cycle. Most of the 15 genes examined in this study were essential for embryogenesis but were required again for subsequent stages of development. Only EMB24 appeared to be limited in function to embryo development. These differences in the response of mutant embryos in culture may facilitate the classification of embryonic lethals and the identification of genes with developmental rather than housekeeping functions. More... »

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609-616

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https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/24232790


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