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1999-08

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S. Krasnyanski, R. A. May, A. Loskutov, T. M. Ball, K. C. Sink

ABSTRACT

Agrobacterium-mediated and direct gene transfer into protoplasts using PEG were both successfully used to produce stable, transformed peppermint plants (Mentha×piperita L. cultivar Black Mitcham) with the limonene synthase gene. Stem internode explants found to possess a high level of organogenesis through adventitious shoot formation were subjected to Agrobacterium tumefaciens disarmed strain GV3101 (pMP90). Following the development of an efficient protoplast-to-plant cycle from stem-isolated protoplasts, they were used in direct gene transformations. In both cases the binary vector pGA643 carrying the nptII/GUS genes, both driven by the CaMV35S promoter, was used in preliminary plant-transformation studies. Later, GUS was replaced with the limonene synthase gene. Kanamycin was used as a selective agent in all transformation experiments to obtain both transformed protoplast-derived calli as well as putative transgenic shoots regenerated from internode explants. Both types of transformation resulted in transgenic plants which were detected using PCR and confirmed by Southern-blot hybridizations. Southern analysis revealed that the method of Agrobacterium-mediated transformation is superior to the direct DNA uptake into protoplasts with regard to the stability of the insert during the transformation event. Single transgenic plants were grown to 10% flowering in a greenhouse and the plants derived both by the Agrobacterium and the protoplast-derived methods were generally observed to have essential oil profiles characterized by a high-menthone, low-menthol, high-menthofuran and -pulegone content in comparison to a typical mid-west peppermint. Limonene varied only slightly, around 1.2%, in transgenic plants produced by both methods. More... »

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676-682

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http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s001220051284

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