COPYRIGHT YEAR

1999

AUTHORS

B. Vioque, J. M. Castellano, J. Chamarro

TITLE

Ethylene Biosynthesis in Transgenic Auxin-Overproducing Tomato Plants

ABSTRACT

Indole-3-acetic acid (IAA) stimulates ethylene production in a wide variety of plant tissues and many of the effects of auxin are now attributed to its ability to induce ethylene production [1]. Evidence indicates that the enzymes involved in ethylene biosynthesis are sequentially induced in response to auxin treatment [2,3]. Classical approaches to understand auxin/ethylene interactions rely on exogenous applications of the hormone. We have initiated studies using transgenic tomato plants (Lycopersicum esculentum Mill, cv. Ailsa craig) engineered with the iaaM gene from Agrobacterium tumefaciens under the control of the nonspecific 35S promoter from CaMV, in order to study the effects of IAA overproduction on the ethylene biosynthesis pathway.

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