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N6549 Name: spr2-2 Price: £7.50
Donor
  • Nara Institute of Science and Technology (NAIST) Takashi Hashimoto
Locus Stock type: individual line
Material type: seed


Phenotype
Defective in directional cell elongation processes; abnormal cortical microtubule function; exhibits right-handed helical growth in longitudinally expanding organs such as roots, etiolated hypocotyls, stems, petioles, and petals; twisting phenotype is most apparent in lateral organs (cotyledons, rosette leaves, and petals), when the plant is viewed from above, these organs are twisted in a counterclockwise direction; the counterclockwise twisting of rosette leaves and cotyledones is caused by right-handed helical growth of epidermal cell files in petioles; epidermal cell files of hypocotyl and stem in dark-grown plants also form constitutive right-handed helices; allelic to two classic twisting mutants, tortifolia1 and convoluta.
N6552 Name: CUM1, eukaryotic translation initiation factor 4E (eIF4E) Price: £7.50
Donor
  • National Institute of Agrobiological Sciences (NIAS) Masayuki Ishikawa
  • Hokkaido University Satoshi Naito
Locus Stock type: individual line
Material type: seed


Description
multiplication of cucumber mosaic virus (CMV) inhibited; in mutant protoplasts, CMV RNAs and the coat protein accumulated to wild-type levels but CMV 3a cell-to-cell movement protein accumulation was reduced compared to wild-type protoplasts; accumulation of CMV 3a protein is inhibited primarily through inefficient translation, backcrossed twice to Col-0.
N6553 Name: CUM2, eukaryotic translation initiation factor 4G (eIF4G) Price: £7.50
Donor
  • National Institute of Agrobiological Sciences (NIAS) Masayuki Ishikawa
  • Hokkaido University Satoshi Naito
Locus Stock type: individual line
Material type: seed


Description
multiplication of both cucumber mosaic virus (CMV) and turnip crinkle virus (TCV) inhibited; in CMV-infected cum2 mutant protoplasts, CMV RNAs and the coat protein accumulates to wild-type levels but the accumulation of the 3a cell-to-cell movement protein is reduced compared to wild-type protoplasts; in cum2 mutant protoplasts inoculated with TCV, the accumulation of both TCV-related RNAs and proteins is reduced compared to wild-type protoplasts; accumulation of CMV 3a protein and TCV-derived proteins is reduced primarily through inefficient translation; backcrossed once to Col-0.
N6554 Name: RADIALLY SWOLLEN 1 / CELLULASE SYNTHASE 1 Price: £7.50
Donor
  • The Australian National University Richard Williamson
  • Groupe Limagrain Pacific Ltd Andreas Betzner
  • University of Missouri Tobias Baskin
Locus Stock type: individual line
Material type: seed


Description
Reduced cellulose content in roots; radial swelling of root tips in plants grown at the restrictive temperature of 31C, occurring primarily in the epidermal and cortical layers of the root; backcrossed 6 times to Col.
N6555 Name: RADIALLY SWOLLEN 1 / CELLULASE SYNTHASE 1 Price: £7.50
Donor
  • The Australian National University Richard Williamson
  • Groupe Limagrain Pacific Ltd Andreas Betzner
  • University of Missouri Tobias Baskin
Locus Stock type: individual line
Material type: seed


Description
Reduced cellulose content in roots and shoots; radial swelling of root tips and hypocotyls in plants grown at the restrictive temperature of 31C; small cotyledons and leaves with simpler shaped pavement cells, short bolts, more clustered flowers, abnormal floral morphology, smaller sepals and petals than wild type so that the pistil often protrudes beyond them when the stigma is receptive, distorted pistils; self pollination is rare because shortened stamen filaments placed the anther below the respective stigma and because anther dehiscence is impaired; pollen appears morphologically normal; seeds appear to develop normally if self pollination is assisted; backcrossed 6 times to Col.
N6556 Name: RADIALLY SWOLLEN 1 / CELLULASE SYNTHASE 1 Price: £7.50
Donor
  • The Australian National University Richard Williamson
  • Groupe Limagrain Pacific Ltd Andreas Betzner
  • University of Missouri Tobias Baskin
Locus Stock type: individual line
Material type: seed


Description
Reduced cellulose content in roots; radial swelling of root tips in plants grown at the restrictive temperature of 31C; backcrossed 6 times to Col.
N6558 Name: siz1-1 sos3-1 Price: £7.50
Donor
  • Purdue University Paul Hasegawa
  • University of Tsukuba Kenji Miura
Locus Stock type: individual line
Material type: seed


Description
Plants are hyper-responsive to phosphate (Pi) deficiency in root architecture development; reduced primary root elongation; enhanced lateral root development; enhanced root hair number and development; increased root/shoot mass ratio; greater anthocyanin accumulation in leaves; reduced plant size compared to wild type; resistant to Finale (100ppm).
N6559 Name: SAP and MIZ-type zinc finger Price: £7.50
Donor
  • Purdue University Paul Hasegawa
  • University of Tsukuba Kenji Miura
Locus Stock type: individual line
Material type: seed


Description
Plants are hyper-responsive to phosphate (Pi) deficiency in root architecture development; reduced primary root elongation; enhanced lateral root development; enhanced root hair number and development; increased root/shoot mass ratio; greater anthocyanin accumulation in leaves; reduced plant size compared to wild type; kanamycin resistant (but now silencing); confirmed line isolated from original SALK line SALK_065397; homozygous for the insertion.
N6560 Name: SAP and MIZ-type zinc finger Price: £7.50
Donor
  • Purdue University Paul Hasegawa
  • University of Tsukuba Kenji Miura
Locus Stock type: individual line
Material type: seed


Description
Plants are hyper-responsive to phosphate (Pi) deficiency in root architecture development; reduced primary root elongation; enhanced lateral root development; enhanced root hair number and development; increased root/shoot mass ratio; greater anthocyanin accumulation in leaves; reduced plant size compared to wild type; kanamycin resistant (but now silencing); confirmed line isolated from original SALK line SALK_034008; homozygous for the insertion.
N6561 Name: Arabidopsis histidine kinase Price: £7.50
Donor
  • University of Wisconsin, Madison Michael Sussman
Locus Stock type: individual line
Material type: seed


Description
No mayor visible phenotype when grown on soil; reduced pollen production, reduced fertility; cytokinin-induced cell division and greening of hypocotyl-derived calli are normal; normal or slightly reduced sensitivity to cytokinins in a shoot induction assay; slight effect on cytokinin-induced inhibition of root growth and adventitious root formation; resistant to 50 µg/mL kanamycin; isolated from the alpha population of the Arabidopsis Knockout Facility at UW Madison, http://www.biotech.wisc.edu/Arabidopsis.
N6562 Name: Arabidopsis histidine kinase Price: £7.50
Donor
  • University of Wisconsin, Madison Michael Sussman
Locus Stock type: individual line
Material type: seed


Description
No visible phenotype when grown on soil; cytokinin-induced cell division and greening of hypocotyl-derived calli are normal; normal or slightly reduced sensitivity to cytokinins in a shoot induction assay; slight effect on cytokinin-induced inhibition of root growth and adventitious root formation; resistant to 50 µg/mL kanamycin; isolated from the alpha population of the Arabidopsis Knockout Facility at UW Madison, http://www.biotech.wisc.edu/Arabidopsis.
N6563 Name: Cytokinin response Price: £7.50
Donor
  • University of Wisconsin, Madison Michael Sussman
Locus Stock type: individual line
Material type: seed


Description
No visible phenotype when grown on soil; reduced sensitivity to cytokinin ; cytokinin-induced cell division and greening of hypocotyl-derived calli are partially inhibited; normal or slightly reduced sensitivity to cytokinins in a shoot induction assay; resistant to cytokinin-induced inhibition of root growth and adventitious root formation; resistant to 50 µg/mL kanamycin; isolated from the alpha population of the Arabidopsis Knockout Facility at UW Madison, http://www.biotech.wisc.edu/Arabidopsis.
N6564 Name: Arabidopsis histidine kinase Price: £7.50
Donor
  • University of Wisconsin, Madison Michael Sussman
Locus Stock type: individual line
Material type: seed


Description
Double mutant; no visible phenotype when grown on soil; normal roots; less sensitive to cytokinin than is either single mutant; no appropriate response to cytokinin in callus and shoot induction assays; enhanced resistance to cytokinin-induced inhibition of root growth and adventitious root formation; resistant to 50 µg/mL kanamycin; isolated from the alpha population of the Arabidopsis Knockout Facility at UW Madison, http://www.biotech.wisc.edu/Arabidopsis.
N6565 Name: SALK_069615 (homozygous) Price: £7.50
Donor
  • Cereon Genomics LLC Georg Jander
  • Heinrich-Heine-Universitaet Duesseldorf Carina Barth
Locus Stock type: individual line
Material type: seed


Description
confirmed line isolated from original SALK line SALK_069615 - T-DNA junction was verified by DNA sequencing; kanamycin resistant.
N6566 Name: SALK_130474 (homozygous) Price: £7.50
Donor
  • Cereon Genomics LLC Georg Jander
  • Heinrich-Heine-Universitaet Duesseldorf Carina Barth
Locus Stock type: individual line
Material type: seed


Description
confirmed line isolated from original SALK line SALK_130474 - T-DNA junction was verified by DNA sequencing; kanamycin resistant.
N6567 Name: SALK_038730 (homozygous) Price: £7.50
Donor
  • Cereon Genomics LLC Georg Jander
  • Heinrich-Heine-Universitaet Duesseldorf Carina Barth
Locus Stock type: individual line
Material type: seed


Description
confirmed line isolated from original SALK line SALK_038730 - T-DNA junction was verified by DNA sequencing; kanamycin resistant.
N6573 Name: cim9 Price: £7.50
Donor
  • Syngenta AG Bob Dietrich
Locus Stock type: individual line
Material type: seed


Phenotype
Disease-resistant mutant; strong allele; constitutive activation of Systemic Acquired Resistance (SAR) pathway; lacks spontaneous hypersensitive response (HR) cell death; high levels of salicylic acid (SA) accumulation; expression of constitutive PR-1/luciferase activity; kanamycin resistant (50 ug/ml).
N6574 Name: cim10 Price: £7.50
Donor
  • Syngenta AG Bob Dietrich
Locus Stock type: individual line
Material type: seed


Phenotype
Disease-resistant mutant; strong allele; constitutive activation of Systemic Acquired Resistance (SAR) pathway; lacks spontaneous hypersensitive response (HR) cell death; high levels of salicylic acid (SA) accumulation; expression of constitutive PR-1/luciferase activity; kanamycin resistant (50 ug/ml). Incompletely_dominant inheritance.
N6575 Name: cim11 Price: £7.50
Donor
  • Syngenta AG Bob Dietrich
Locus Stock type: individual line
Material type: seed


Description
incompletely_dominant inheritance
Phenotype
Disease-resistant mutant; intermediate allele; constitutive activation of Systemic Acquired Resistance (SAR) pathway; lacks spontaneous hypersensitive response (HR) cell death; high levels of salicylic acid (SA) accumulation; expression of constitutive PR-1/luciferase activity; kanamycin resistant (50 ug/ml).
N6577 Name: cim14 Price: £7.50
Donor
  • Syngenta AG Bob Dietrich
Locus Stock type: individual line
Material type: seed


Phenotype
Disease-resistant mutant; strong allele; constitutive activation of Systemic Acquired Resistance (SAR) pathway; lacks spontaneous hypersensitive response (HR) cell death; high levels of salicylic acid (SA) accumulation; expression of constitutive PR-1/luciferase activity; kanamycin resistant (50 ug/ml)
N6578 Name: seu-1 Price: £7.50
Donor
  • North Carolina State University Robert Franks
Locus Stock type: individual line
Material type: seed


Phenotype
Defective in floral organ identity and organ number; late-arising flowers exhibited more severe phenotypes than early-arising flowers; in the late-arising flowers, the organ number in whorls 2 and 3 is reduced; on average, only 3 organs are found in whorl 2, and 5 organs in whorl 3; 7% of whorl 1 organs display partial homeotic transformation and possess sepal/petal or sepal/carpel mosaics; whorl 2 organs are most often narrow petals, but stamenoid petals were occasionally observed; alternatively, petals can be replaced by filamentous or tubular structures; whorl 3 stamens are typically reduced slightly in size; the whorl 4 gynoecium is often slightly split at the top; sometimes, horn-like protrusions are seen at the gynoecium apex. Narrow floral organs; narrow leaves; reduced plant height (semi dwarf); increased lateral branching; reduced number of seeds per silique.
N6583 Name: hen1-1 Price: £7.50
Donor
  • University of California, Riverside Xuemei Chen
  • University of California, Riverside Yulan Cheng
Locus Stock type: individual line
Material type: seed


Phenotype
Plants exhibit pleiotropic phenotypes; most aerial organs are reduced in size: leaves and floral organs are small and plants are shorter compared to wild-type; small cells in mature leaves and petals; rosette leaves are pointed at the apical end and the edges tend to curl upward; delayed flowering; high flower density in inflorescence; reduced internode elongation in the stems; increased number of coflorescences; under long-day conditions (16 hour light/8 hour darkness), plants produce more cauline leaves with axillary inflorescences before producing single flowers on the inflorescence stems than wild type plants; reduced male and female fertility; anthers from early-arising flowers often fail to dehisce, although late-arising flowers do produce pollen, the amount of pollen produced appears to be greatly reduced; reduced seed set in siliques. Slight increase in rosette leaf number.
N6587 Name: ERECTA Price: £7.50
Donor
  • University of Washington Keiko Torii
Locus Stock type: individual line
Material type: seed


Description
Weak allele; compact and short inflorescence; thick inflorescence stems; clustered flower buds at the top of the inflorescence without affecting phyllotaxis; increased number of flower buds at the first flowering; number of lateral inflorescences is not altered; blunt and short siliques; siliques have the same width as the wild type; short pedicels; leaves and roots are similar to wild type; intermediate phenotype (milder than Ler or erecta-105).
N6588 Name: ERECTA-LIKE2 Price: £7.50
Donor
  • University of Washington Keiko Torii
Locus Stock type: individual line
Material type: seed


Description
No visible phenotype; some stomatal patterning defects; inflorescence undergoes elongation of the internodes between individual flowers; normal length of petiols, stems, pedicels and siliques; lack of any visible phenotype suggests that ERL2 is redundant. Isolated from the beta population (vector pROK2, basta resistant) of the Wisconsin T-DNA Knockout Facility, using gene-specific primers and JL-202 T-DNA left border primer.
N6935 Name: Threonine aldolase 2 Price: £7.50
Donor
  • Cereon Genomics LLC Rob Last
  • Cereon Genomics LLC Georg Jander
Locus Stock type: individual line
Material type: seed


Description
confirmed line isolated from original SALK line SALK_013854
Phenotype
Seeds, seedlings and whole homozygous plants do not show any visible phenotypic differences compared to wild type; not lethal. Analysis of the seed amino acid content show no significant Threonine (Thr) increase compared to wild type; Thr and Ile content in plants is not significantly different from the wild type; reduced levels of organic acids and sugars, citrate and isocitrate levels in seeds and flowers are significantly lower than in wild type.
N6936 Name: nia1-2 Price: £7.50
Donor
  • University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill Joe Kieber
  • Dartmouth College Eric Schaller
  • University of South Carolina Beth Krizek
  • University of California, San Diego Nigel Crawford
  • University of California, Davis Luca Comai
  • University of Utah Gary Drews
  • Universitat Tubingen John M. Ward
  • Oregon State University James Atland
  • University of Puget Sound Andreaas Madlung
Locus Stock type: individual line
Material type: seed


Description
Dissociation (Ds) element insertion in the NIA1 gene; Defective in nitrate reductase (NR) activity; makes less than 20% of total nitrate reductase activity in vitro; no significant difference is observed under conventional in vitro NR assay; only when both nitrate reductases are mutated, the significance of NIA1 can be observed; no visible phenotype. . Defective in nitrate reductase (NR) activity; makes less than 20% of total nitrate reductase activity in vitro; no significant difference is observed under conventional in vitro NR assay; only when both nitrate reductases are mutated, the significance of NIA1 can be observed; no visible phenotype. NITRATE REDUCTASE 1 / NITRATE REDUCTASE DEFECTIVE 1
N6939 Name: rbe-3 Price: £7.50
Donor
  • University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill Joe Kieber
  • Dartmouth College Eric Schaller
  • University of South Carolina Beth Krizek
  • University of California, San Diego Nigel Crawford
  • University of California, Davis Luca Comai
  • University of Utah Gary Drews
  • Universitat Tubingen John M. Ward
  • Oregon State University James Atland
  • University of Puget Sound Andreaas Madlung
Locus Stock type: individual line
Material type: seed


Description
Isolated from a EMS mutagenized population of 35S::PI seeds in the Nossen (No-0) ecotype; backcrossed four times to Lansdberg erecta (Ler) prior to phenotipic analyses; Defective in sepal, petal, and ovule development; flowers sometimes produce more than four sepals and exhibit fusion between adjacent sepals; petals are often reduced in size or altered in appearance, petals often absent or replaced by staminoid organs and filaments; altered integument growth in ovules; reduced fertility.. Defective in sepal, petal, and ovule development; flowers sometimes produce more than four sepals and exhibit fusion between adjacent sepals; petals are often reduced in size or altered in appearance, petals often absent or replaced by staminoid organs and filaments; altered integument growth in ovules; reduced fertility. RABBIT EARS
N6940 Name: lba1 Price: £7.50
Donor
  • Nagoya University Masato Yoine
Stock type: individual line
Material type: seed


Description
lba1 is a missense mutation of UPF1 RNA helicase involved in nonsense-mediated mRNA decay (NMD), which eliminates mRNAs with premature termination codons. Also known as upf1-1. Reduced sugar-induced expression of At§-Amy; reduced sugar-induced accumulation of anthocyanin and decreased chlorophyll content without affecting the levels of sucrose and starch; plants exhibit various pleiotropic phenotypes such as early flowering, short day-sensitive growth, elongated seeds, glucose and ABA-hypersensitive seed germination, and mannose-resistant seed germination.. Reduced sugar-induced expression of At§-Amy; reduced sugar-induced accumulation of anthocyanin and decreased chlorophyll content without affecting the levels of sucrose and starch; plants exhibit various pleiotropic phenotypes such as early flowering, short day-sensitive growth, elongated seeds, glucose and ABA-hypersensitive seed germination, and mannose-resistant seed germination.
N6941 Name: esk1-1 Price: £7.50
Donor
  • United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) Zhanguo Xin
Stock type: individual line
Material type: seed


Description
Constitutively freezing-tolerant in the absence of cold acclimation; plants accumulate high levels of proline, a compatible osmolyte.. Constitutively freezing-tolerant in the absence of cold acclimation; plants accumulate high levels of proline, a compatible osmolyte.
N6943 Name: ga3ox1 Price: £7.50
Donor
  • Duke University Tai-ping Sun
Locus Stock type: individual line
Material type: seed


Description
confirmed line isolated from original SALK line SALK_004521; homozygous for the insertion
Phenotype
Defective in gibberellin 3-oxidase 1; involved in the production of bioactive GA for vegetative and reproductive growth and development; semi-dwarf plants with a 50% reduction in final height and a slightly reduced rosette size compared with wild type; roots are slightly shorter; germination percentages are similar to wild type in either the dark or the light; plants have the same number of leaves as wild type, but they flower 3 days later than wild type; no observable plant phenotype was noted in the flowers and the fertility (average number of seeds/silique on primary inflorescence stems). Relatively high levels of expression in all organs and stages of plant development; predominantly expressed in the stem, consistent with the requirement of bioactive GA for stem elongation and the semi-dwarf phenotype; expressed at relatively high levels in the cortex and endodermis of the embryo axis of germinating seeds; expressed in roots of 5-dayold seedlings; the bioactive level of GA4 in plants is decreased , while the level of GA9 is increased compared to wild type.
N6944 Name: ga3ox1/ga3ox2 Price: £7.50
Donor
  • Duke University Tai-ping Sun
Stock type: individual line
Material type: seed


Description
Double mutant generated by genetic crossing between ga3ox1-3 and ga3ox2-1; severe defect in seed germination and root growth; dwarf plants; severe root length growth phenotype similar to the ga1-3 mutant; reduced ability of seeds to germinate, in contrast to each single mutant, double mutant seeds fail to germinate in the dark and had only a 5% germination frequency in the light, this slight leakiness in germination of the double mutant is similar to the ga1-3 mutant; plants have the same number of leaves as wild type, but flowering is delayed for 7 days; no observable plant phenotype was noted in the flowers and the fertility (average number of seeds/silique on primary inflorescence stems). Although the ga3ox2 single mutant does not have any phenotype, plants are 30% smaller in leaf diameter and 37% shorter than ga3ox1; therefore, production of bioactive GA by GA3ox2 during early vegetative growth may be sufficient for transport to the stem to induce the partial stem elongation observed in the ga3ox1 mutant, the overall phenotype of the double mutant is consistent with expression patterns of these two genes. The bioactive level of GA4 is severely decreased; while the level of GA9 is drastically increased, compared to wild type plants; exogenous application of GA4, but not GA9, was able to induce seed germination in a dose-dependent manner.
N6945 Name: jag-jr Price: £7.50
Donor
  • Kansas State University Judith Roe
Locus Stock type: individual line
Material type: seed


Phenotype
Plants with abnormally shaped organs including: serrated leaves (jagged edges), sepals contain cells of more homogenized shapes rather than the different sizes in wild-type, petals lack most of the blade region, slightly abnormal anthers and elongated style region that often causes splitting of the stigmatic region of the gynoecium.
N6947 Name: til1-4 / til1-4 Price: £7.50
Donor
  • University of Wisconsin, Madison Kathy Barton
  • Franklin and Marshall College Pablo Jenik
Locus Stock type: individual line
Material type: seed


Description
A line homozygous for the shoot apical meristem-expressed PSTM:GUS reporter (the promoter of the SHOOT MERISTEMLESS gene fused to beta-glucuronidase) was mutagenized with ethyl methanesulfonate and screened for embryo-defective mutants.
Phenotype
Weak allele. Embryos have altered placement of the root pole, slow embryonic development, longer cell cycles (~35%) and larger cells. Abnormal division of the hypophysis in the developing root of the embryo, generating a lens cell that is abnormal in shape or abnormally positioned; asymmetric development of the provasculature, this ultimately leads to an abnormal root pole which is displaced laterally causing the root-shoot axis to be at an angle to the long axis of the suspensor, giving the embryo a tilted appearance. Embryos are viable, have larger cells and nuclei than wild-type embryos but the same DNA content, mutant embryos are larger than wild-type embryos at the same developmental stage. Plants have slow growing roots, slightly delayed flowering, altered floral phyllotaxis, reduced number of ovules, abnormally developing ovules, and reduced fertility.
N6948 Name: jaw-1D Price: £7.50
Donor
  • Max-Planck-Institute for Developmental Biology Detlef Weigel
Locus Stock type: individual line
Material type: seed


Description
Activation-tagged stock which has altered microRNA production which produces pleiotropic developmental defects. The result of CaMV 35S enhancer (from pSK1015) in the JAW locus results in microRNA mediated alteration of TCP transcript which controls leaf development.
Phenotype
Serrated leaf and petal margins; uneven leaf shape and curvature; leaves cannot be flattened without cutting the margins, indicating that overall gaussian curvature is not zero; additional defects include cotyledon epinasty, slightly late flowering and crinkled fruits.
N6949 Name: jaw-2D Price: £7.50
Donor
  • Max-Planck-Institute for Developmental Biology Detlef Weigel
Locus Stock type: individual line
Material type: seed


Description
An activation-tagged stock which has altered microRNA production resulting in pleiotropic developmental defects. The result of multimeric CaMV 35S enhancer (vector used was pSK1015) in the JAW locus results in microRNA mediated alteration of TCP transcript which controls leaf development.
Phenotype
Serrated leaf and petal margins; uneven leaf shape and curvature; leaves cannot be flattened without cutting the margins, indicating that overall gaussian curvature is not zero; additional defects include cotyledon epinasty, slightly late flowering and crinkled fruits.
N6950 Name: jaw-3D Price: £7.50
Donor
  • Max-Planck-Institute for Developmental Biology Detlef Weigel
Locus Stock type: individual line
Material type: seed


Description
An activation-tagged stock which has altered microRNA production resulting in pleiotropic developmental defects. The result of multimeric CaMV 35S enhancer (vector used was pSK1015) in the JAW locus results in microRNA mediated alteration of TCP transcript which controls leaf development.
Phenotype
Serrated leaf and petal margins; uneven leaf shape and curvature; leaves cannot be flattened without cutting the margins, indicating that overall gaussian curvature is not zero; additional defects include cotyledon epinasty, slightly late flowering and crinkled fruits.
N6951 Name: jaw-4D Price: £7.50
Donor
  • Max-Planck-Institute for Developmental Biology Detlef Weigel
Locus Stock type: individual line
Material type: seed


Description
An activation-tagged stock which has altered microRNA production resulting in pleiotropic developmental defects. The result of multimeric CaMV 35S enhancer (vector used was pSK1015) in the JAW locus results in microRNA mediated alteration of TCP transcript which controls leaf development.
Phenotype
Serrated leaf and petal margins; uneven leaf shape and curvature; leaves cannot be flattened without cutting the margins, indicating that overall gaussian curvature is not zero; additional defects include cotyledon epinasty, slightly late flowering and crinkled fruits.
N6952 Name: G protein-coupled receptor Price: £7.50
Donor
  • Pennsylvania State University Sally Assmann
  • University of Missouri John Walker
  • Franklin and Marshall College Pablo Jenik
Locus Stock type: individual line
Material type: seed


Description
Knockout line harboring a T-DNA insertion in intron 2 (at 506 bp) of the GCR1 gene, was found in a PCR screen of a collection of 72,960 T-DNA-inserted Arabidopsis lines (Arabidopsis Knockout Facility, University of Wisconsin, BASTA population) using a GCR1-specific primer and a T-DNA left border-specific primer; homozygous mutant line for At1g 48270 (GCR1 gene).
Phenotype
Plants exhibit hypersensitivity to abscisic acid (ABA) in assays of root growth, gene regulation, and stomatal response. Root growth of seedlings is markedly more sensitive to inhibition by ABA compared with wild-type. Plants have enhanced drought tolerance and lower rates of water loss (lower transpiration rates). Plants are hypersensitive to ABA and S1P regulation of stomatal responses: guard cells are hypersensitive to both inhibition of opening of preclosed stomata and promotion of closure of preopened stomata by ABA; plants respond to the lipid metabolite, sphingosine-1-phosphate (S1P), in an identical fashion as they do to ABA: guard cells are hypersensitive to S1P-induced inhibition of stomatal opening and S1P-induced promotion of stomatal closure compared with the wild-type.
N6954 Name: Dicer-like 4 Price: £7.50
Donor
  • University of Pennsylvania Scott Poethig
Locus Stock type: individual line
Material type: seed


Description
DCL4 is a component of the SGS3/RDR6 pathway and acts downstream of RDR6. dcl4-2 affects a glutamic acid that is completely conserved in Dicers from Arabidopsis (At), Homo sapiens (Hs), C. elegans (Ce), Drosophila melanogaster (Dm), and S. pombe (Sp). dcl4-2 interferes with the biogenesis of siR1511 and siR255 but does not affect miR173.
Phenotype
Leaves elongated and curled downwards; produces abaxial trichomes precociously. Morphological phenotype similar to zip, rdr6 and sgs3. Blocks silencing of L1 transgene.
N6955 Name: ELONGATED spontaneous HYPOCOTYL 4 Price: £7.50
Donor
  • University of Pennsylvania Scott Poethig
Locus Stock type: individual line
Material type: seed


Description
incompletely dominant
Phenotype
Strong allele. Elongated hypocotyl (10-12mm); trichomes absent on leaves and stems, some trichomes in leaf margins.
N6959 Name: SALK_048987 homozygous line Price: £7.50
Donor
  • Kyoto University Kiyotaka Okada
  • Universite de Geneve Taisuke Nishimura
Stock type: individual line
Material type: seed


Description
confirmed homozygous line isolated from original SALK_048987 line ; homozygous for the insertion, kanamycin resistant. T-DNA insertion caused replacement of the original bases located at positions 673 to 742
N6961 Name: REVOLUTA Price: £7.50
Donor
  • University of Michigan Steven Clark
Locus Stock type: individual line
Material type: seed


Description
recessive mutant
Phenotype
Plants exhibit reduced lateral shoot meristems (LSMs) of rosette and cauline leaves, meristem-defective flowers, altered leaf morphology (size and shape) and leaf color. The percentage of absent LSMs is correlated with the severity of leaf morphology and color, the severity of leaf morphology and color is also correlated with the % of meristem-defective flowers; however, the % of absent LSMs is independent of the % of meristem-defective flowers.
N6962 Name: REVOLUTA Price: £7.50
Donor
  • University of Michigan Steven Clark
Locus Stock type: individual line
Material type: seed


Description
recessive mutant
Phenotype
Plants exhibit reduced lateral shoot meristems (LSMs) of rosette and cauline leaves; approximately 70% of cauline leaves lack a lateral meristem and 16% fail to produce meristems in the axils of any rosette leaves; decapitation of the primary shoot meristem (SAM) fails to stimulate axillary meristem formation; in the place of axillary meristems, the axils of affected leaves are usually bare, but occasionally develop a differentiated structure that is a leaf or a filamentous structure. Reduced flower meristem activity, while the majority of the flowers develop normally, 12% of the flowers initiate only a limited set of flower organs and appear to have a defective flower meristem; the inner organs are preferentially absent from flowers with defective meristems; in affected flowers, the floral meristem is reduced in size or nearly absent by stage 3 of flower development; other flowers are identical to wild-type. SAM size and the phyllotaxy of flanking primordia appear normal.
N6963 Name: PHABULOSA Price: £7.50
Donor
  • University of Michigan Steven Clark
Locus Stock type: individual line
Material type: seed


Phenotype
Altered leaf polarity; transformation of abaxial cell fates to adaxial cell fates in leaves & floral organs, altered organ shape; heterozygotes have leaves with adaxial epidermal characters (dark green, glossy, trichome-rich surfaces) around their circumference & exhibit varying degrees of radial symmetry & loss of blade outgrowth; some leaves rod like while others are shaped like trumpets (with adaxial tissue on outer surfaces & abaxial tissue on inside of 'bell' of trumpet), leaves grow nearly vertical rather than bending away from the plant; all four types of floral organs affected to some degree.
N6964 Name: PHABULOSA Price: £7.50
Donor
  • University of Michigan Steven Clark
Locus Stock type: individual line
Material type: seed


Phenotype
Altered leaf polarity; transformation of abaxial cell fates to adaxial cell fates in leaves & floral organs, altered organ shape; heterozygotes have leaves with adaxial epidermal characters (dark green, glossy, trichome-rich surfaces) around their circumference & exhibit varying degrees of radial symmetry & loss of blade outgrowth; some leaves rod like while others are shaped like trumpets (with adaxial tissue on outer surfaces & abaxial tissue on inside of 'bell' of trumpet), leaves grow nearly vertical rather than bending away from the plant; all four types of floral organs affected to some degree.
N6965 Name: phb-13 er-2 Price: £7.50
Donor
  • University of Michigan Steven Clark
Locus Stock type: individual line
Material type: seed


Description
parent line SALK_021684.
Phenotype
Altered leaf polarity; transformation of abaxial cell fates to adaxial cell fates in leaves & floral organs, altered organ shape; heterozygotes have leaves with adaxial epidermal characters (dark green, glossy, trichome-rich surfaces) around their circumference & exhibit varying degrees of radial symmetry & loss of blade outgrowth; some leaves rod like while others are shaped like trumpets (with adaxial tissue on outer surfaces & abaxial tissue on inside of 'bell' of trumpet), leaves grow nearly vertical rather than bending away from the plant; all four types of floral organs affected to some degree.
N6966 Name: phv-11 er-2 Price: £7.50
Donor
  • University of Michigan Steven Clark
Locus Stock type: individual line
Material type: seed


Phenotype
Transformation of abaxial to adaxial fates in leaves and leaf-like organs; the most severely affected organs develop with radial symmetry and exhibit adaxial traits around their circumference.
N6967 Name: CORONA Price: £7.50
Donor
  • University of Michigan Steven Clark
Locus Stock type: individual line
Material type: seed


Description
An ethyl methanesulfonate mutagenesis was performed on clv1-1 mutant seeds to identify enhancers and/or suppressors of the Clv- phenotype. A strong modifier of clv1-1 plants was identified in this screen (pce5). The enhancing mutation was backcrossed to Landsberg erecta (Ler) and isolated. The modifier acted as a single, nuclear trait in all crosses. When combined with strong clv alleles, the enhancer led to the development of corona or ring-like meristems, leading to name the gene CORONA (CNA). The dominant-negative cna-1 allele was formerly known as pce5.
Phenotype
Plants appear superficially wild type in phenotype. Altered meristem size, organogenesis, and stem cell specification. Shoot meristems of 12 day old plants are significantly larger than wild-type meristems); the effect of cna-1 on shoot meristem size in 24 day old plants is reduced compared with earlier developmental time points.
N6968 Name: cna-2 er-2 Price: £7.50
Donor
  • University of Michigan Steven Clark
Locus Stock type: individual line
Material type: seed


Phenotype
Plants appear superficially wild type in phenotype. Altered meristem size, organogenesis, and stem cell specification. Shoot meristems at early developmental stages are significantly larger than wild-type meristems, giving the appearance of a corona or ring-like meristems
N6969 Name: athb8-11 er-2 Price: £7.50
Donor
  • University of Michigan Steven Clark
Locus Stock type: individual line
Material type: seed


Phenotype
No visible phenotype; altered regulation of the activity of the vascular meristems