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N3091 Name: Terminal flower Price: £10.00
Donor
  • Monash University David Smyth
Locus Photo
photo of Arabidopsis plant
Stock type: individual line
Material type: seed


Description
Form
Phenotype
Inflorescence apices terminate early with complex multiple flower.
N3159 Name: Redei line Price: £10.00
Donor
  • University of Missouri George Redei
Photo
photo of Arabidopsis plant
Stock type: individual line
Material type: seed


Description
Form, Flowering
Phenotype
somewhat determinate inflorescences,increased number of rosette inflorescences, looks like terminal flower (tfl); multiple fruits, short plants.
N3255 Name: 27-325 Price: £10.00
Donor
  • University of Missouri George Redei
Photo
photo of Arabidopsis plant
Stock type: individual line
Material type: seed


Phenotype
flabellata, inflorescence mutant, flower disposition resembles a fan shape.
N3768 Name: 35S::AP1 Price: £10.00
Donor
  • University of California, San Diego Martin Yanofsky
Photo
photo of Arabidopsis plant
Stock type: individual line
Material type: seed


Description
35S::AP1 (line 563.CI1.5)
Phenotype
semidominant; plants flower significantly earlier than wt under both continuous light (CL) and short day (SD); after producing 5 to 8 total leaves, the primary shoot meristem of a CL-grown plant is transformed into a compound terminal flower, secondary shoot meristems produced in the axils of cauline and rosette leaves are usually converted into solitary flowers, although partial shoot-to-flower conversions can be seen in some basal positions; under SD conditions plants produce about 18 total leaves before begining to produce flowers, shoot to flower transformations of CL grown plants are largely atenuated by short photoperiods.
N3812 Name: xtc1-1 Price: £10.00
Donor
  • University of Pennsylvania Scott Poethig
  • University of Pennsylvania Laura Conway
Locus Photo
photo of Arabidopsis plant
Stock type: individual line
Material type: seed


Description
extra cotyledon
Phenotype
first one or two leaves transformed into cotyledons (smaller than cotyledons, often irregular in shape, have few or no trichomes and have a simple venation pattern); true cotyledons often misshappen; small rosettes; reduced plant height; inflorescence stem lacks epicuticular wax (cer phenotype); flower buds open prematurely; reduced female fertility; delayed embryogenesis at globular-to-heart transition .
N6165 Name: apetala Price: £10.00
Donor
  • University of California, Davis John Bowman
Locus Photo
photo of Arabidopsis plant
Stock type: individual line
Material type: seed


Phenotype
strong apetala. strong allele; homeotic conversion of sepals (first whorl) to bracts, secondary or tertiary flowers are formed in the axils of the transformed sepals; petals (second whorl) usually absent but are occasionally replaced by stamens or petal-stamen-bract-like mosaic; phenotype varies acropetally, with more complete flower-to-inflorescence conversions in basal flowers and at low temperature Phenotype curated by ABRC
N6167 Name: glabra, terminal flower Price: £10.00
Donor
  • University of Oregon Ry Meeks-Wagner
Locus Photo
photo of Arabidopsis plant
Stock type: individual line
Material type: seed


Phenotype
early flowering; determinate inflorescence with terminal compound floral structure consisting of 2 or 3, sometimes incomplete, flowers; more severe phenotype at higher temperatures and longer photoperiods; lacks trichomes on stems and leaves.
N6230 Name: apetala Price: £10.00
Donor
  • University of British Columbia (UBC) George Haughn
Locus Photo
photo of Arabidopsis plant
Stock type: individual line
Material type: seed


Phenotype
strong allele; homeotic conversion of sepals, organ types vary from no leafy to lateral organs missing or filamentous with axial organs being sepal-carpels; many secondary or tertiary flowers are formed in the axils of transformed sepals; second whorl develops into stamens, stamen-petals or filaments; in the third whorl, organs in lateral positions are consistently missing, and numbers of axial organs are reduced, or may also form stamen- carpel organs; occasionally the carpels (fourth whorl) may remain unfused or be replaced by a number of stamens; reduced fertility with stamens shedding little pollen, and ovules appearing to degenerate; phenotype varies acropetally, with more complete flower-to-inflorescence conversions in basal flowers and at low temperature.
N6231 Name: apetala Price: £10.00
Donor
  • University of British Columbia (UBC) George Haughn
Locus Photo
photo of Arabidopsis plant
Stock type: individual line
Material type: seed


Phenotype
intermediate allele; homeotic conversion of sepals, organ types found vary from leaf-like, to leaf-carpel, to sepal- carpel intermediate organs or small filaments; some secondary or tertiary flowers are formed in the axils of the transformed sepals; second whorl typically forms stamens, although filaments, petal-stamens or petal-sepals may also develop; third whorl is often missing the lateral stamens, and the number of axial stamens is reduced; fourth whorl may develop a multicarpellate pistil; phenotype varies acropetally, with more complete flower-to-inflorescence conversions in basal flowers and at low temperature.
N6232 Name: apetala Price: £10.00
Donor
  • University of British Columbia (UBC) George Haughn
Locus Photo
photo of Arabidopsis plant
Stock type: individual line
Material type: seed


Phenotype
weak allele; homeotic conversion of sepals, organ types found vary from leaves, to leaf-sepal intermediate organs and to sepals and sepal-carpels; few secondary or tertiary flowers are formed in the axils of transformed sepals; second whorl organs form petals or filaments, or rarely petal-stamens and stamens; third whorl with organs in the position of lateral stamens commonly missing and organs in axial positions usually form stamens; phenotype varies acropetally, with more complete flower-to-inflorescence conversions in basal flowers and at low temperature.