IDENTIFICATION AND CHARACTERIZATION OF GIBBERELLIN-RELATED DWARF MUTANTS IN MALUS HUPEHENSIS

Guangli Sha, Xianghui Gong, Yanjing Shi, Yongchun Shao, Tao Yin, Yujin Hao, Huairui Shu
Five dwarf mutants, A1, A1D, B1, C2, and C3 selected from gamma-rays radiated 'Pingyitiancha' Malus hupehensis seeds were treated with exogenous gibberellic acid (GA3), auxin (NAA) and brassinolide (BL). Endogenous GA3 and GA4 content in both the wild type and the mutants were measured in the rapid shoot growing period with an enzymelinked immunosorbent assay (ELISA). The results showed that the mutants B1, A1, A1D, C2, and C3 exhibited reduced responses to exogenous GA3 compared to that of wild type. Content of GA3 was 2 to 6-fold more and GA4 was 6 to 60-fold more in the leaves of the mutants than in leaves of the wild type 'Pingyitiancha'. This indicated that they were GA-response mutants.
Guangli Sha, , Xianghui Gong, , Yanjing Shi, , Yongchun Shao, , Tao Yin, , Yujin Hao, and Huairui Shu, (2008). IDENTIFICATION AND CHARACTERIZATION OF GIBBERELLIN-RELATED DWARF MUTANTS IN MALUS HUPEHENSIS. Acta Hortic. 774, 41-48
DOI: 10.17660/ActaHortic.2008.774.4
https://doi.org/10.17660/ActaHortic.2008.774.4
gibberellin, GA-response mutant, Malus hupehensis, ELISA
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Acta Horticulturae