genetic transformation

genetic transformation

[jə¦ned·ik ‚tranz·fər′mā·shən]
(crystallography)
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Moreover, it was also investigated the effect of nanoparticles (ZnO and TiO2) on the plant regeneration frequency for the study of plant line improvement and genetic transformation in the future.
Callus induction and Agrobacterium-mediated genetic transformation were performed according to our previous protocol (Lee et al.
The chapter on genetic transformation is of minor value because only limited advances have been made, and no insights and useful directions are provided about protocols that might lead to a more efficient and stable transformation system in common bean.
21, 1996--DNAP Holding Corporation (NASDAQ: DNAPD), a leader in the research, growing, genetic transformation, marketing and distribution of fresh fruit and vegetables in North America, announced today that it has completed its acquisition of a majority share of Royal van Namen, the Dutch exporter of fresh produce.
Genetic transformation is a crucial tool for cultivar improvement; however, soybean is regarded as highly recalcitrant and the success of transformation is affected by the explant source and the rate of in vitro shoot regeneration.
An efficient protocol for in vitro regeneration is crucial for the development of stress tolerant cultivars through genetic transformation (Godishala et al.
This complete compilation of papers underscores the substantial progress that has been made in rice biotechnology by including subjects ranging from molecular markers and genetic maps to genetic transformation and the dissection of quantitatively inherited traits.
DNAP is a leader in the genetic transformation of fruits and vegetables.
Embryogenic callus proliferation and regeneration conditions for genetic transformation of diverse sugarcane cultivars.
Gene cloning and vector construction for plant genetic transformation are routine procedures in plant functional genomic studies.
The author relates mutation breeding to genetic transformation, chromosome transplantation, somaclonal variation, and transposable elements, which in turn makes the rich history of mutation breeding very relevant.
The inability to achieve stable genetic transformation of stem cells has hampered the development of cost-effective stem cell gene therapies that can provide life-long benefit, compared to the transient effect of alternative therapies using short-lived mature blood cells.