genetic transformation

genetic transformation

[jə¦ned·ik ‚tranz·fər′mā·shən]
(crystallography)
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AATF is using the PFLP, Espflp, and Hrap genes for genetic transformation of cassava for the control of this disease.
Keywords: Genetic transformation, onion, regeneration, GUS analysis, transgenes.
As we move from crop to crop in our research it is one tool on which we would rely to determine the success of genetic transformation in our cultures of switchgrass, hemp and hops.
There have been several efforts to conduct genetic transformation via A.
Their topics include emerging trends of Z20/AN1 zinc-finger proteins in improving rice productivity under abiotic stress, technological developments for abiotic stress in rice, the assessment of aromatic content and in-vitro responses in traditional Indian rice varieties, agrobacterium-mediated genetic transformation practices for improving rice quality and production, and the role of genetic engineering and biotechnology as advanced molecular tools and trends in the quality improvement of rice crops.
Regeneration per se has several key factors, such as plant growth regulator types and concentration in the culture medium (MAHMOOD & RAZZAQ, 2017) which may vary according to plant genotype and the availability of genotypes responsive to in vitro culture and to the genetic transformation process.
Genetic transformation to manipulate the progression and uniformity of ripening, disease resistance, and senescence may be also a helpful strategy.
In cassava, this genetic transformation takes eight to 10 months--that is, if everything goes well.
The genetic transformation might have happened thousands of years ago when some wolf species evolved to become the tame dogs we know today, the study states.
The expression vector with Taq DNA polymerase gene, developed in the present study, will certainly expand more avenues for heat-tolerant genetic transformation in plants.