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NASC ID: N6259

Name: constitutively photomorphogenic

ABRC stock number: CS6259

Description: same as fus1-1 and emb168.

Donation Date: 1995-04-30

Donated by:  Yale University XingWang Deng
University of California, Berkeley Linda Castle

Donor Number: 5959

Stock type: individual line

Material type: seed

Status Price (£)
Available £10.00

Germplasm Info

Mutagen: T-DNA Insertion

Background: Wassilewskija Ws

Segregation status: segregating

Growth requirement: none

Associated Polymorphisms

When available, select a locus to display it at the AIP or view the EMBL record at the EBI.

Allele: Locus: AGI code:
  • cop1-5
  • cop1
EMBL accession:

Photograph

photo

Phenotype

accumulation of anthocyanins (purple colouration) in cotyledons of developing embryos; dark-grown seedlings resemble light-grown wild-type seedlings having short hypocotyl, open and enlarged cotyledons, accumulation of anthocyanins, chloroplast-like plastid differentiation; expression of light-induced genes in dark-grown plants; light-grown seedlings are heavily pigmented, with anthocyanin accumulation even in roots, open cotyledons, shoots are small and abnormally shaped, lethal (development arrested soon after initiation of primary leaves); maintained as heterozygote; Blue-light- or dark-grown mutants contain high levels of anthocyanins and are not responsive to cytokinins. Vandenbussche, et al. (2007)<p>Both dark- and light-grown homozygous mutant seedlings are severely retarded in their development, with significantly reduced cell elongation in their hypocotyls and reduced cell enlargement in their cotyledons. Both mature seeds and seedlings homozygous for the mutations exhibit dark purple coloration in their hypocotyls and cotyledons due to high levels of anthocyanin accumulation. Most important, homozygous mutants are adult lethal. Occasionally, some mutant individuals will develop up to three pairs of tiny true leaves before senescence. Not a single mutant plant has been able to survive to reproduce.

Ontology annotation using Plant Ontology (PO) and PATO

Select the plant ontology term to see other Arabidopsis lines associated with this phenotype.

Entity Value
whole plant LethalValue (PATO:0000718)
hypocotyl ShortLengthValue (PATO:0000574)
cotyledon PurpleValue (PATO:0000951)
cotyledon OpenValue (PATO:0000610)
cotyledon LargeSizeValue (PATO:0000586)
shoot SmallSizeValue (PATO:0000587)
shoot AbnormalValue (PATO:0000460)

References

Castle, L.A. & Meinke, D.W. 1994. A FUSCA gene of Arabidopsis encodes a novel protein essential for plant development. The Plant Cell 6(1):25-41.PubMed ID: 8130643.