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2001-08

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Arun Jagannath, Panchali Bandyopadhyay, N. Arumugam, Vibha Gupta, Pradeep Kumar Burma, Deepak Pental

ABSTRACT

Male-sterile lines were generated in oilseed mustard (Brassica juncea) with a cytotoxic gene (barnase) in conjunction with either of two tapetum-specific promoters, TA29 and A9. Several transformation vectors based on different promoter and marker gene combinations were developed and tested for their efficacy in generating agronomically viable male-sterile lines. Use of strong constitutive promoters (e.g. CaMV 35S or its double-enhancer variant) to express the marker gene (bar) in barnase constructs generated male-sterile plants at an extremely low frequency with most plants showing abnormalities in vegetative morphology, poor female fertility, low seed germination frequencies and/or distortion in segregation ratios of transgenes. Such abnormalities were considerably reduced on using weaker promoters (e.g. nos) to drive the marker gene (nptII) in barnase constructs and could therefore be attributed to leaky expression of the barnase gene under enhancing effects of strong constitutive promoters. We show that the use of a Spacer DNA fragment between the barnase gene (driven by a tapetum-specific promoter) and the CaMV 35S promoter-driven bar gene insulates tissue-specific expression of the barnase gene over all developmental stages of transgenic plants and significantly enhances recovery of agronomically viable male-sterile lines. All TA29-barnase male-sterile lines containing the Spacer DNA fragment exhibited normal morphology, growth and seed set on backcrossing as observed for wild-type plants. Around 75% of single-copy events tested further also showed proper segregation of the marker gene/male-sterile phenotype among backcross progeny. Constructs based on the use of Spacer DNA fragments as insulators could be successfully used to alleviate limitations associated with transformation of plant systems using cytotoxic genes for development of agronomically viable male-sterile lines in crop plants and for cell/tissue ablation studies in general. More... »

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11-23

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Molecular Breeding

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1

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8

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