Expression of wild-type GBSS transgenes in the off-spring of partially and fully complementedamylose-free transformants of potato View Full Text


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DATE

1996-09

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Elise Flipse, Marja G. M. Schippers, Elly M. Janssen, Evert Jacobsen, Richard G. F. Visser

ABSTRACT

Theamylose-free (amf) potato mutant can easily be complemented through introduction of the wild-type gene coding for granule-bound starch synthase (GBSS). After iodine staining the starch of theamf mutant is red whereas that of the wild type and the complementedamf mutant is blue. The level of complementation of selected transformants and their sexual off-spring after backcrossing withamf was investigated using sporophytic tuber cells and gametophytic microspore cells. Two diploid and two tetraploid transformants with full complementation demonstrated the expected segregation patterns of 1:1 (one active insert) or 3:1 (two independently segregating active inserts) in the microspores and in the F1 offspring based on staining of tubers. All expected genotypes in the F1 generation were found, based on microspore segregation patterns of the individual F1 plants. Two transformants with partial complementation (mixed phenotypes) were investigated. One of them, B1, was tetraploid and duplex for the GBSS insert, which had originated through mitotic doubling of the transformed diploid cells. In the F1 generation three phenotypic classes were found:amf, fully complemented and partially complemented. The latter two classes exist independently of a simplex or duplex gene status. The second transformant with partial complementation, B10, appeared to have a complex molecular composition. One cluster of five transgenes caused the partial complementation. Fully and partially complemented phenotypic classes were found after crossing B10 with theamf mutant. Indications were found that the ploidy level of the tissue in which the genes were introduced and expressed played an important role. Firstly, partial complementation was found after transformation of the diploid and not of the tetraploidamf genotypes. Secondly, the level of complementation was higher in tissue with lower ploidy levels, as illustrated by the colour of the starch inin vitro tubers (2x–4x cells) versus field-grown tubers (16x–64x). More... »

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211-218

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30 schema:description Theamylose-free (amf) potato mutant can easily be complemented through introduction of the wild-type gene coding for granule-bound starch synthase (GBSS). After iodine staining the starch of theamf mutant is red whereas that of the wild type and the complementedamf mutant is blue. The level of complementation of selected transformants and their sexual off-spring after backcrossing withamf was investigated using sporophytic tuber cells and gametophytic microspore cells. Two diploid and two tetraploid transformants with full complementation demonstrated the expected segregation patterns of 1:1 (one active insert) or 3:1 (two independently segregating active inserts) in the microspores and in the F1 offspring based on staining of tubers. All expected genotypes in the F1 generation were found, based on microspore segregation patterns of the individual F1 plants. Two transformants with partial complementation (mixed phenotypes) were investigated. One of them, B1, was tetraploid and duplex for the GBSS insert, which had originated through mitotic doubling of the transformed diploid cells. In the F1 generation three phenotypic classes were found:amf, fully complemented and partially complemented. The latter two classes exist independently of a simplex or duplex gene status. The second transformant with partial complementation, B10, appeared to have a complex molecular composition. One cluster of five transgenes caused the partial complementation. Fully and partially complemented phenotypic classes were found after crossing B10 with theamf mutant. Indications were found that the ploidy level of the tissue in which the genes were introduced and expressed played an important role. Firstly, partial complementation was found after transformation of the diploid and not of the tetraploidamf genotypes. Secondly, the level of complementation was higher in tissue with lower ploidy levels, as illustrated by the colour of the starch inin vitro tubers (2x–4x cells) versus field-grown tubers (16x–64x).
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