Chromosomal localization of foreign genes in Petunia hybrida View Full Text


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1986-01

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Marco Wallroth, Anton G. M. Gerats, Stephen G. Rogers, Robert T. Fraley, Robert B. Horsch

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A F1 hybrid of Petunia hybrida, heterozygous for at least one marker on each of the seven chromosomes, was transformed with a modified strain of Agrobacterium tumefaciens in which the phytohormone biosynthetic genes in the transferred DNA (T-DNA) were replaced with a NOS/NPTII/NOS chimeric gene and a wildtype nopaline synthase (NOS) gene. The chimeric gene, which confers kanamycin resistance, was used as selectable marker during the transformation process and the NOS gene was used as a scorable marker in the genetic studies. After plants had been regenerated from the transformed tissues, the transgenic plants that expressed both of these markers were backcrossed to the parental lines. The offspring were examined for the segregation of the NOS gene and the Petunia markers. Genetic mapping was thus accomplished in a single generation.By Southern hybridization analysis we confirmed the presence of the expected T-DNA fragments in the transformed plants. Four out of the six plants presented here, had just one monomeric T-DNA insertion. The sizes of the plant/T-DNA junction fragments suggest that the integration occurred in different sites of the Petunia genome. One transformant gave a more complicated hybridization pattern and possibly has two T-DNA inserts. Another transgenic plant was earlier reported (Fraley et al. 1985) to have two, possibly tandemly repeated T-DNAs.Data is presented on the genetic localization of the T-DNA inserts in six independently obtained transgenic plants. The T-DNA inserts in three plants were mapped to chromosome I. However, the distances between the NOS gene and the marker gene on this chromosome were significantly different. In another transgenic plant the NOS gene was coinherited with the marker on chromosome IV. Two other transgenic plants have the T-DNA insert on chromosome III. A three point cross enabled us to determine that both plants have the NOS gene distally located from the peroxidaseA (prxA) marker and both plants showed about 18% recombination. However, Southern hybridization analysis shows that the sizes of the plant/T-DNA junction fragments in these transgenic plants are different, thus suggesting that the integrations occurred in different sites. More... »

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