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N4178 Name: Koncz mapping Price: £7.50
Donor
  • Max-Planck-Institute for Plant Breeding Research Csaba Koncz
Photo
photo of Arabidopsis plant
Stock type: individual line
Material type: seed


Description
Visible
Phenotype
Form mutant : very small, leaves deformed, light green variegation.
N4219 Name: Koncz mapping Price: £7.50
Donor
  • Max-Planck-Institute for Plant Breeding Research Csaba Koncz
Photo
photo of Arabidopsis plant
Stock type: individual line
Material type: seed


Description
Visible
Phenotype
Form mutant : compact rosette of leaves.
N4225 Name: Koncz mapping Price: £7.50
Donor
  • Max-Planck-Institute for Plant Breeding Research Csaba Koncz
Photo
photo of Arabidopsis plant
Stock type: individual line
Material type: seed


Description
Visible
Phenotype
Form mutant : short leaves.
N6230 Name: apetala Price: £7.50
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.
N6232 Name: apetala Price: £7.50
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.
N6233 Name: apetala Price: £7.50
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.
N6234 Name: apetala Price: £7.50
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.
N8017 Name: Eceriferum Price: £7.50
Donor
  • Wageningen University Maarten Koornneef
Locus Photo
photo of Arabidopsis plant
Stock type: individual line
Material type: seed


Description
Form
Phenotype
Bright green stem and sliques due to reduced wax layer. Semi sterile. Displays reduced plant height but plates and rods of epidermal wax are rare.
N8062 Name: pinoid Price: £7.50
Donor
  • Monash University David Smyth
Locus Photo
photo of Arabidopsis plant
Stock type: individual line
Material type: seed


Description
Form, flowering
Phenotype
strong allele; cotyledons often increased in number and defective in size and shape; apical meristem usually produces limited number of flowers before termination with a short pin-like stem; flowers are bunched together on the stem; no defect on polar auxin transport; floral organs are abnormal in structure, size, number and spacing within whorls; average number of sepals and stamens per flower is reduced while the number of petals is increased, stem-like gynoecium; plant height markedly reduced; maintained as heterozygote.
N8063 Name: pinoid Price: £7.50
Donor
  • Monash University David Smyth
Locus Photo
photo of Arabidopsis plant
Stock type: individual line
Material type: seed


Description
Form, flowering
Phenotype
intermediate allele; apical meristem produces limited number of flowers before termination of inflorescence with a short, pin-like stem; no defect in polar auxin transport; flowers abnormal (increased number of petals, reduced number of stamens, stem-like gynoecium); cotyledons often increased in number, backcrossed once. homozygous