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Transpositional behaviour of an Ac/Ds system for reverse genetics in rice

Greco Rafaella, Ouwerkerk Pieter B.F., De Kam Rolf J., Sallaud Christophe, Favalli C., Colombo Lucia, Guiderdoni Emmanuel, Meijer Annemarie H., Hoge J.H.C., Pereira Andy. 2003. Transpositional behaviour of an Ac/Ds system for reverse genetics in rice. Theoretical and Applied Genetics, 108 : pp. 10-24.

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Abstract : A collection of transposon Ac/Ds enhancer trap lines is being developed in rice that will contribute to the development of a rice mutation machine for the functional analysis of rice genes. Molecular analyses revealed high transpositional activity in early generations, with 62% of the T0 primary transformants and more than 90% of their T1 progeny lines showing ongoing active transposition. About 10% of the lines displayed amplification of the Ds copy number. However, inactivation of Ds seemed to occur in about 70% of the T2 families and in the TV generation. Southern blot analyses revealed a high frequency of germinal insertions inherited in the T1 progeny plants, and transmitted preferentially over the many other somatic inserts to later generations. The sequencing of Ds flanking sites in subsets of T1 plants indicated the independence of insertions in different T1 families originating from the same T0 line. Almost 80% of the insertion sites isolated showing homology to the sequenced genome, resided in genes or within a range at which neighbouring genes could be revealed by enhancer trapping. A strategy involving the propagation of a large number of T0 and T1 independent lines is being pursued to ensure the recovery of a maximum number of independent insertions in later generations. The inactive T2 and T3 lines produced will then provide a collection of stable insertions to be used in reverse genetics experiments. The preferential insertion of Ds in gene?rich regions and the use of lines containing multiple Ds transposons will enable the production of a large population of inserts in a smaller number of plants. Additional features provided by the presence of lox sites for site?specific recombination, or the use of different transposase sources and selectable markers, are discussed. (Résumé d'auteur)

Mots-clés Agrovoc : Oryza, Transformation génétique, Méthode d'amélioration génétique, Transposition de gènes, Biotechnologie végétale, Recombinaison, Mutation provoquée, transposon

Classification Agris : F30 - Plant genetics and breeding

Auteurs et affiliations

  • Greco Rafaella, PRI (NLD)
  • Ouwerkerk Pieter B.F., University of Leiden (NLD)
  • De Kam Rolf J., University of Leiden (NLD)
  • Sallaud Christophe, CIRAD-AMIS-BIOTROP (FRA)
  • Favalli C., University of Milan (ITA)
  • Colombo Lucia, University of Milan (ITA)
  • Guiderdoni Emmanuel, CIRAD-AMIS-BIOTROP (FRA)
  • Meijer Annemarie H., University of Leiden (NLD)
  • Hoge J.H.C., University of Leiden (NLD)
  • Pereira Andy, PRI (NLD)

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Source : Cirad - Agritrop (https://agritrop.cirad.fr/517697/)

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