Agrobacterium tumefaciens

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the bacteria that produce crown gall disease in plants

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Transfer of new genes to plants started in the 1980s with the introduction of foreign genes to tobacco by means of portions of the Ti-plasmid from A.
Binary transformation vectors with T-DNA borders can be replicated in Eseherichia coli or A.
Whereas a wide range of hosts can be used in transgenic studies with A.
Neoplastic galls are also produced by three phytopathogenic bacteria in addition to A.
One of the first unusual amino acids called opines, lysopine, was identified in A.
Basic characteristics of the overall process in which T-DNA by A.
Flavonoids act as regulators of plant development: competitive root colonization via isoflavonoids released by alfalfa roots serves as a defense technique, and an A.
The morphology of bacteria-induced wounds in sunflower stems injured by toothpicks contaminated with A.
These secondary tumors arise at some distance from the initial wound inoculation without any apparent cellular connection with the primary gall, but some A.
About 4 to 5 days are required to initiate the burst of cell divisions leading to a visible nodule on the surface of a young plant, involving the transfer of T-DNA from A.
Tissue treated with ginkgolide A and B produced more tumors than A.