Agroinfection


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Agroinfection

A method for transfecting plants with DNA from a plant virus using the T-DNA segment of a Ti plasmid.
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tumefaciens mediated transformation, 3.86% (2) Microprojectile Node and GV2260 bombardment, 3.62% [87] apical (3) Microprojectile segment bombardment assisted agroinfection, 8.71% 2-5- fold enhancement in WsSQS transcript and 1.5-2-fold enhancement in total withanolide Seeds were infected with Seed MTCC-431 bacteria for 24 h and then [110] germinated on MS medium containing GA (5.7 [micro]M) Table 6: A.
These assays focused mainly on three parameters: Agrobacterium strain, T-DNA delivery, and effect of agroinfection on explant response.
Genomic Analysis of Chino del Tomate Virus Using Agroinfection. Abdo J.