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N1676 Name: Arabidopsis shokei Price: £6.00
Donor
  • Miyagi College of Education Nobuharu Goto
Stock type: individual line
Material type: seed


Phenotype
Leaf posture:Incompletely flat. Rosette size: Medium Rosette compactness: Normal Position of the broadest dimeter of leaf blade: distal to the medium of blade Leaf hairiness strongly hairy leaf colour green Leaf margin: serrate Days on the first flower opening (number) 100
N1677 Name: Arabidopsis Hiroshima Price: £6.00
Donor
  • Miyagi College of Education Nobuharu Goto
Stock type: individual line
Material type: seed


Phenotype
Leaf posture: incompletely flat Rosette size: medium Rosette compactness: normal Postion of the broadest diameter of leaf blade: distal to the medium of blade Leaf hairiness: hairy Leaf colour: green Leaf margin:smooth Days on teh first flower opening (number): 100
N3700 Name: Olimarabidopsis pumila Price: £6.00
Donor
  • University of Missouri George Redei
Photo
photo of Arabidopsis plant
Stock type: individual line
Material type: seed


Description
Olimarabidopsis pumila (previously known as Arabidopsis pumila) species from Dushanbe, Tajikistan. 2n=32. Please be aware that it has been noted that Arabidopsis pumila is synonymous with Arabidopsis griffithiana.
Phenotype
This accession has yellow petals 2-3mm long; siliques 35-45mm long; basal leaves deeply dentated to dentate-pinnatifid with long petioles; cauline leaves dentated with arrow-shaped base; elongated seeds.
N3701 Name: Olimarabidopsis pumila Price: £6.00
Donor
  • University of Missouri George Redei
Photo
photo of Arabidopsis plant
Stock type: individual line
Material type: seed


Description
Olimarabidopsis pumila (previously known as Arabidopsis griffithiana) species from Dushanbe, Tajikistan. 2n=32. Please be aware that it has been noted that Arabidopsis pumila is synonymous with Arabidopsis griffithiana.
Phenotype
This accession has yellow and small petals; siliques about 30mm long; basal leaves slightly dentated and sparcely covered with branched trichomes; cauline leaves slightly dentated and auricled; elongated seeds.
N4650 Name: A. suecica Price: £6.00
Donor
  • Miyagi College of Education Nobuharu Goto
Stock type: individual line
Material type: seed


Phenotype
Petals white or pinkish in colour. Cauline leaves narrowed below, rarely minutely aruicled at base or cuneate. Siliquae linear-oblong, not moniliform, cauline leaves not auricled. Flowers 4.5-5.5 mm across.
N4651 Name: Olimarabidopsis pumila Price: £6.00
Donor
  • Miyagi College of Education Nobuharu Goto
Stock type: individual line
Material type: seed


Description
Olimarabidopsis pumila (perviously known Arabidopsis pumila).Please be aware that it has been noted that Arabidopsis pumila is synonymous with Arabidopsis griffithiana.
Phenotype
This accession has petals yellow. septum present not perforated. Petals 2-3 mm long; cauline leaves with arrow-shaped base, obovate entire; basal leaves dentate to dentate-pinnatifid.
N4652 Name: Olimarabidopsis pumila Price: £6.00
Donor
  • Miyagi College of Education Nobuharu Goto
Stock type: individual line
Material type: seed


Description
Olimarabidopsis pumila (previously known as Arabidopsis griffithiana).
Phenotype
Accession has yellow petals. Cauline leaves are dentate auricled; basal leaves sparly covered with rough hairs, dentate.
N4653 Name: A. korshinskyi Price: £6.00
Donor
  • Miyagi College of Education Nobuharu Goto
Stock type: individual line
Material type: seed


Phenotype
Yellow petals. Septum absent or perforated. Petals up to 1.8 mm long.
N4654 Name: A. wallichii Price: £6.00
Donor
  • Miyagi College of Education Nobuharu Goto
Stock type: individual line
Material type: seed


Phenotype
tall, lyrate leaves with white hairs, petals white.Cauline leaves lyrate (entire) petals 2.5-5mm long; pedicles 2-6mm long; siliquae 40-80 mm long.
N6191 Name: Arabidopsis lasiocarpa Price: £6.00
Donor
  • Missouri Botanical Garden Ihsan Al-Shehbaz
Stock type: individual line
Material type: seed


Phenotype
Species from Sichuan, China (alt=3050m); purplish-white petals, 3mm long; erect-patent siliques, densely covered with forked and stellate hairs; plants 20-30cm in height, stems rigid, erect, canescent, densely hispid with forked and stellate hairs; basal leaves 2-3cm long, rosulate, petiolate and obovate-spatulate; small, obovate-elliptic, sessile cauline leaves; also called Sisymbrium lasiocarpa.
N9608 Name: Arabidopsis lyrata MN47 Price: £6.00
Donor
  • Max-Planck-Institute for Developmental Biology Detlef Weigel
  • Max-Planck-Institute for Developmental Biology Ya-Long Guo
Stock type: individual line
Material type: seed


Description
Accession used for Arabidopsis lyrata genome sequence.Strain originally developed and provided by Mikhail E. Nasrallah. Inbred for several generations. Further information at why sequence A. lyrata?
N9609 Name: Capsella rubella MTE Price: £6.00
Donor
  • Max-Planck-Institute for Developmental Biology Detlef Weigel
  • Max-Planck-Institute for Developmental Biology Ya-Long Guo
Stock type: individual line
Material type: seed


Description
Accession used for Capsella rubella genome sequence.Strain originally provided by Barbara Neuffer. Inbred for several generations. More information at Why sequence C. rubella?
N22463 Name: Olimarabidopsis pumila Price: £6.00
Donor
  • Missouri Botanical Garden Ihsan Al-Shehbaz
Stock type: individual line
Material type: seed


Description
Olimarabidopsis pumila (previously known as Arabidopsis pumila) from Kazakhstan. Please be aware that it has been noted that Arabidopsis pumila is synonymous with Arabidopsis griffithiana.
Phenotype
This accession is upright and has no well defined rosettes with few leaves; rosette leaves with smooth or slightly dentated margins, with elongated petioles and sparcely covered with branched trichomes; cauline leaves are elongated, pointed and dentate to dentate-pinnatified, with arrow-shaped basal portion; relatively early in flowering; stem with short internodes; yellow petals (about 2-3 mm long); siliques about 20 mm long, elongated seeds, height = 35-40 cm.
N22505 Name: Sue1 Price: £6.00
Donor
  • University of California, Davis Luca Comai
  • University of Puget Sound Andreaas Madlung
Stock type: individual line
Material type: seed


Description
Arabidopsis suecica (Sue1); natural allotetraploid, 2n=26, derived from an ancient Arabidopsis thaliana x Arabidopsis arenosa hybridization (unknown accessions); Original donor: F. Katagiri (MIT, USA)
Phenotype
overall intermediate size to those of the parents; rosette and cauline leaves resembles those of A. arenosa, large rosettes with wide and large leaves, rosette and cauline leaf margins are serrated; perennial growth habit, resembling A. arenosa, displaying abundant new basal axillary inflorescences producing numerous flowers; intermediate flowers in size to those of the parents, having large and white petals; flowers are scented with well developed nectaries and slightly zygomorphic; self-compatible and good fertilization; somewhat high plant fertility and viability; inbred for several generations; height= 45-55 cm.
N22506 Name: Sue2 Price: £6.00
Donor
  • University of California, Davis Luca Comai
  • University of Puget Sound Andreaas Madlung
Stock type: individual line
Material type: seed


Description
Arabidopsis suecica (Sue2); natural allotetraploid, 2n=26, derived from an ancient Arabidopsis thaliana x Arabidopsis arenosa hybridization (unknown accessions); Original donor: C. Pikaard (Washington Univ., St. Louis, USA), original donor # 9510
Phenotype
overall intermediate size to those of the parents; rosette and cauline leaves resembles those of A. arenosa, medium size rosettes, rosette and cauline leaf margins are serrated; perennial growth habit, resembling A. arenosa, displaying abundant new basal axillary inflorescences producing numerous flowers; intermediate flowers in size to those of the parents, having large and white petals; flowers are scented with well developed nectaries and slightly zygomorphic; self-compatible and good fertilization; somewhat high plant fertility and viability; inbred for several generations; height= 47-56 cm.
N22507 Name: Sue3 Price: £6.00
Donor
  • University of California, Davis Luca Comai
  • University of Puget Sound Andreaas Madlung
Stock type: individual line
Material type: seed


Description
Arabidopsis suecica (Sue3); natural allotetraploid, 2n=26, derived from an ancient Arabidopsis thaliana x Arabidopsis arenosa hybridization (unknown accessions); Original donor: C. Pikaard (Washington Univ., St. Louis, USA), original donor # 9501
Phenotype
overall intermediate size to those of the parents; rosette and cauline leaves resembles those of A. arenosa, medium size rosettes, rosette and cauline leaf margins are serrated; perennial growth habit, resembling A. arenosa, displaying abundant new basal axillary inflorescences producing numerous flowers; intermediate flowers in size to those of the parents, having large and white petals; flowers are scented with well developed nectaries and slightly zygomorphic; self-compatible and good fertilization; somewhat high plant fertility and viability; inbred for several generations; height= 30-40 cm.
N22508 Name: Sue4 Price: £6.00
Donor
  • University of California, Davis Luca Comai
  • University of Puget Sound Andreaas Madlung
Stock type: individual line
Material type: seed


Description
Arabidopsis suecica (Sue4); natural allotetraploid, 2n=26, derived from an ancient Arabidopsis thaliana x Arabidopsis arenosa hybridization (unknown accessions); Original donor: C. Pikaard (Washington Univ., St. Louis, USA), original donor # 9502-2
Phenotype
overall intermediate size to those of the parents; rosette and cauline leaves resembles those of A. arenosa, medium size rosettes, rosette and cauline leaf margins are serrated; perennial growth habit, resembling A. arenosa, displaying abundant new basal axillary inflorescences producing numerous flowers; intermediate flowers in size to those of the parents, having large and white petals; flowers are scented with well developed nectaries and slightly zygomorphic; self-compatible and good fertilization; high plant fertility and viability; inbred for several generations; height= 40-46 cm.
N22509 Name: Sue5 Price: £6.00
Donor
  • University of California, Davis Luca Comai
  • University of Puget Sound Andreaas Madlung
Stock type: individual line
Material type: seed


Description
Arabidopsis suecica (Sue5); natural allotetraploid, 2n=26, derived from an ancient Arabidopsis thaliana x Arabidopsis arenosa hybridization (unknown accessions); Original donor: C. Pikaard (Washington Univ., St. Louis, USA), original donor # 9502
Phenotype
overall intermediate size to those of the parents; rosette and cauline leaves resembles those of A. arenosa, large rosettes with wide and large leaves, rosette and cauline leaf margins are serrated; perennial growth habit, resembling A. arenosa, displaying abundant new basal axillary inflorescences producing numerous flowers; intermediate flowers in size to those of the parents, having large and white petals; flowers are scented with well developed nectaries and slightly zygomorphic; self-compatible and good fertilization; somewhat high plant fertility and viability; inbred for several generations; height= 35-45 cm.
N22510 Name: Sue7 Price: £6.00
Donor
  • University of California, Davis Luca Comai
  • University of Puget Sound Andreaas Madlung
Stock type: individual line
Material type: seed


Description
Arabidopsis suecica (Sue7); natural allotetraploid, 2n=26, derived from an ancient Arabidopsis thaliana x Arabidopsis arenosa hybridization (unknown accessions); Original donor: C. Pikaard (Washington Univ., St. Louis, USA), original donor # 90-10-085-10
Phenotype
overall intermediate size to those of the parents; rosette and cauline leaves resembles those of A. arenosa, medium size rosettes, rosette and cauline leaf margins are serrated; perennial growth habit, resembling A. arenosa, displaying abundant new basal axillary inflorescences producing numerous flowers; intermediate flowers in size to those of the parents, having large and white petals; flowers are scented with well developed nectaries and slightly zygomorphic; self-compatible and good fertilization; high plant fertility and viability; inbred for several generations; height= 55-60 cm.
N22511 Name: Sue10 Price: £6.00
Donor
  • University of California, Davis Luca Comai
  • University of Puget Sound Andreaas Madlung
Stock type: individual line
Material type: seed


Description
Arabidopsis suecica (Sue10); natural allotetraploid, 2n=26, derived from an ancient Arabidopsis thaliana x Arabidopsis arenosa hybridization (unknown accessions); Original donor: Stefan Andersson / M. Nordborg (Lund University / University of Southern California).
Phenotype
overall intermediate size to those of the parents; rosette and cauline leaves resembles those of A. arenosa, medium size rosettes, rosette and cauline leaf margins are serrated; perennial growth habit, resembling A. arenosa, displaying abundant new basal axillary inflorescences producing numerous flowers; intermediate flowers in size to those of the parents, having large and white petals; flowers are scented with well developed nectaries and slightly zygomorphic; self-compatible and good fertilization; high plant fertility and viability; inbred for several generations; height= 55-59 cm.
N22512 Name: Sue11 Price: £6.00
Donor
  • University of California, Davis Luca Comai
  • University of Puget Sound Andreaas Madlung
Stock type: individual line
Material type: seed


Description
Arabidopsis suecica (Sue11); natural allotetraploid, 2n=26, derived from an ancient Arabidopsis thaliana x Arabidopsis arenosa hybridization (unknown accessions); Original donor: Stefan Andersson / M. Nordborg (Lund University / University of Southern California).
Phenotype
overall intermediate size to those of the parents; rosette and cauline leaves resembles those of A. arenosa, medium size rosettes, rosette and cauline leaf margins are serrated; perennial growth habit, resembling A. arenosa, displaying abundant new basal axillary inflorescences producing numerous flowers; intermediate flowers in size to those of the parents, having large and white petals; flowers are scented with well developed nectaries and slightly zygomorphic; self-compatible and good fertilization; somewhat high plant fertility and viability; inbred for several generations; height= 41-50 cm.
N22513 Name: Sue12 Price: £6.00
Donor
  • University of California, Davis Luca Comai
  • University of Puget Sound Andreaas Madlung
Stock type: individual line
Material type: seed


Description
Arabidopsis suecica (Sue12); natural allotetraploid, 2n=26, derived from an ancient Arabidopsis thaliana x Arabidopsis arenosa hybridization (unknown accessions); Original donor: Stefan Andersson / M. Nordborg (Lund University / University of Southern California).
Phenotype
overall intermediate size to those of the parents; rosette and cauline leaves resembles those of A. arenosa, large rosettes with wide and large leaves, rosette and cauline leaf margins are serrated; perennial growth habit, resembling A. arenosa, displaying abundant new basal axillary inflorescences producing numerous flowers; intermediate flowers in size to those of the parents, having large and white petals; flowers are scented with well developed nectaries and slightly zygomorphic; self-compatible and good fertilization; somewhat high plant fertility and viability; inbred for several generations; height= 43-54cm.
N22514 Name: Sue13 Price: £6.00
Donor
  • University of California, Davis Luca Comai
  • University of Puget Sound Andreaas Madlung
Stock type: individual line
Material type: seed


Description
Arabidopsis suecica (Sue13); natural allotetraploid, 2n=26, derived from an ancient Arabidopsis thaliana x Arabidopsis arenosa hybridization (unknown accessions); Original donor: Stefan Andersson / M. Nordborg (Lund University / University of Southern California).
Phenotype
overall intermediate size to those of the parents; rosette and cauline leaves resembles those of A. arenosa, medium size rosettes, rosette and cauline leaf margins are serrated; perennial growth habit, resembling A. arenosa, displaying abundant new basal axillary inflorescences producing numerous flowers; intermediate flowers in size to those of the parents, having large and white petals; flowers are scented with well developed nectaries and slightly zygomorphic; self-compatible and good fertilization; somewhat high plant fertility and viability; inbred for several generations; height= 54-62 cm.
N22515 Name: Sue14 Price: £6.00
Donor
  • University of California, Davis Luca Comai
  • University of Puget Sound Andreaas Madlung
Stock type: individual line
Material type: seed


Description
Arabidopsis suecica (Sue14); natural allotetraploid, 2n=26, derived from an ancient Arabidopsis thaliana x Arabidopsis arenosa hybridization (unknown accessions); Original donor: Stefan Andersson / M. Nordborg (Lund University / University of Southern California).
Phenotype
overall intermediate size to those of the parents; rosette and cauline leaves resembles those of A. arenosa, large rosettes with wide and large leaves, rosette and cauline leaf margins are serrated; perennial growth habit, resembling A. arenosa, displaying abundant new basal axillary inflorescences producing numerous flowers; intermediate flowers in size to those of the parents, having large and white petals; flowers are scented with well developed nectaries and slightly zygomorphic; self-compatible and good fertilization; high plant fertility and viability; inbred for several generations; height= 44-49 cm.
N22516 Name: Sue16 Price: £6.00
Donor
  • University of California, Davis Luca Comai
  • University of Puget Sound Andreaas Madlung
Stock type: individual line
Material type: seed


Description
Arabidopsis suecica (Sue16); natural allotetraploid, 2n=26, derived from an ancient Arabidopsis thaliana x Arabidopsis arenosa hybridization (unknown accessions); Original donor: Stefan Andersson / M. Nordborg (Lund University / University of Southern California).
Phenotype
overall intermediate size to those of the parents; rosette and cauline leaves resembles those of A. arenosa, small to medium size rosettes with wide leaves, rosette and cauline leaf margins are serrated; perennial growth habit, resembling A. arenosa, displaying abundant new basal axillary inflorescences producing numerous flowers; intermediate flowers in size to those of the parents, having large and white petals; flowers are scented with well developed nectaries and slightly zygomorphic; self-compatible and good fertilization; somewhat high plant fertility and viability; inbred for several generations; height= 45-48 cm.
N22517 Name: Sue19 Price: £6.00
Donor
  • University of California, Davis Luca Comai
  • University of Puget Sound Andreaas Madlung
Stock type: individual line
Material type: seed


Description
Arabidopsis suecica (Sue19); natural allotetraploid, 2n=26, derived from an ancient Arabidopsis thaliana x Arabidopsis arenosa hybridization (unknown accessions); Original donor: Stefan Andersson / M. Nordborg (Lund University / University of Southern California).
Phenotype
overall intermediate size to those of the parents; rosette and cauline leaves resembles those of A. arenosa, small to medium size rosettes with wide leaves, rosette and cauline leaf margins are serrated; perennial growth habit, resembling A. arenosa, displaying abundant new basal axillary inflorescences producing numerous flowers; intermediate flowers in size to those of the parents, having large and white petals; flowers are scented with well developed nectaries and slightly zygomorphic; self-compatible and good fertilization; somewhat high plant fertility and viability; inbred for several generations; height= 45-55 cm.
N22561 Name: Capsella rubella Price: £6.00
Donor
  • University of Chicago Daphne Preuss
  • University of Chicago Aretha Fiebig
  • University of Chicago Annie Hall
Stock type: individual line
Material type: seed


Phenotype
Cotyledons elongated spoon shaped; large rosettes with large pinnatifid leaves, deeply serrated-dentated leaf margins, auriculated cauline leaves; flowering time: approx 4-6 weeks after planting, white petals; heart shaped fruits, indented at top more or less triangular with lateral margin with concave outline; height = 45 - 50cm.
N22562 Name: Olimarabidopsis pumila Price: £6.00
Donor
  • University of Chicago Daphne Preuss
  • University of Chicago Aretha Fiebig
  • University of Chicago Annie Hall
Stock type: individual line
Material type: seed


Description
Original donor: Sendai Arabidopsis Seed Stock Center (SASSC), with accession number JS3
Phenotype
large rosettes with large leaves, leaf margins dentated to dentate-pinnatified, cauline leaves dentated and auriculated; flowering time: approx 4 weeks after planting; yellow petals; elongated seeds; height = 50-60 cm.
N22665 Name: Arabidopsis suecica Price: £6.00
Donor
  • University of California, Davis Luca Comai
  • University of Puget Sound Andreaas Madlung
Stock type: individual line
Material type: seed


Description
Synthetic allotetraploid (n=13), produced by pollinating the autotetraploid Arabidopsis thaliana (2n=4x=20) ecotype Columbia (N3151) with the natural autotetraploid (2n=4x=32) Arabidopsis arenosa (N3901); F3 generation segregating for some A. arenosa alleles.
Phenotype
Overall intermediate size to those of the parents; rosette and cauline leaves resemble those of A. arenosa; large rosettes with wide and large leaves; rosette and cauline leaf margins are serrated; relatively perennial growth habit, resembling A. arenosa, displaying abundant new basal axillary inflorescences and producing numerous flowers; flowers intermediate in size and color to those of the parents; flowers have large and pink petals, are slightly zygomorphic, scented, and have well-developed nectarines; plants are self-compatible; low plant fertility and viability (embryos arrested at various developmental stages, producing mostly shrunken and inviable seeds); high tendency to cross fertilize with Arabidopsis suecica; some anthocyanin variegation along inflorescence stems; height = 48-55 cm. Similar to CS3895 - CS3899 but in Columbia background.
N22666 Name: 1458 Price: £6.00
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 JohnM. Ward
  • Oregon State University James Atland
  • University of Puget Sound Andreaas Madlung
Stock type: individual line
Material type: seed


Description
Synthetic allotetraploid (n=13), produced by pollinating the autotetraploid Arabidopsis thaliana (2n=4x=20) ecotype Landsberg erecta (CS3900) with the natural autotetraploid (2n=4x=32) Arabidopsis arenosa (CS3901); F3 generation segregating for some A. arenosa alleles.
Phenotype
Overall intermediate size to those of the parents; rosette and cauline leaves resemble those of A. arenosa; large rosettes with wide and large leaves; rosette and cauline leaf margins are serrated; relatively perennial growth habit, resembling A. arenosa, displaying abundant new basal axillary inflorescences and producing numerous flowers; flowers intermediate in size and color to those of the parents; flowers have large and pink petals, are slightly zygomorphic, scented, and have well-developed nectarines; plants are self-compatible; low plant fertility and viability (embryos arrested at various developmental stages, producing mostly shrunken and inviable seeds); high tendency to cross fertilize with Arabidopsis suecica; some anthocyanin variegation along inflorescence stems; height = 48-55 cm.
N22667 Name: Arabidopsis suecica Price: £6.00
Donor
  • University of California, Davis Luca Comai
  • University of Puget Sound Andreaas Madlung
Stock type: individual line
Material type: seed


Description
Synthetic allotetraploid (n=13), produced by pollinating the autotetraploid Arabidopsis thaliana (2n=4x=20) ecotype Landsberg erecta (Ler) (N3900) with the natural autotetraploid (2n=4x=32) Arabidopsis arenosa (N3901); F4 generation still segregating for some A. arenosa alleles; has a transgenic kanamycin resistance gene from a T-DNA of unknown nature.
Phenotype
Overall intermediate size to those of the parents; rosette and cauline leaves resemble those of A. arenosa; large rosettes with wide and large leaves; rosette and cauline leaf margins are serrated; relatively perennial growth habit, resembling A. arenosa, displaying abundant new basal axillary inflorescences and producing numerous flowers; flowers intermediate in size and color to those of the parents; flowers have large and pink petals, are slightly zygomorphic, scented, and have well-developed nectarines; plants are self-compatible; low plant fertility and viability (embryos arrested at various developmental stages, producing mostly shrunken and inviable seeds); high tendency to cross fertilize with Arabidopsis suecica; some anthocyanin variegation along inflorescence stems; height = 48-55 cm; Similar to CS3895 - CS3899.
N22668 Name: 2043 Price: £6.00
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 JohnM. Ward
  • Oregon State University James Atland
  • University of Puget Sound Andreaas Madlung
Stock type: individual line
Material type: seed


Description
Synthetic allotetraploid (n=13), produced by pollinating the autotetraploid Arabidopsis thaliana (2n=4x=20) ecotype Landsberg erecta (Ler) (CS3900) with the natural autotetraploid (2n=4x=32) Arabidopsis arenosa (CS3901); F4 generation still segregating for some A. arenosa alleles; has a transgenic kanamycin resistance gene from a T-DNA of unknown nature.
Phenotype
Overall intermediate size to those of the parents; rosette and cauline leaves resemble those of A. arenosa; large rosettes with wide and large leaves; rosette and cauline leaf margins are serrated; relatively perennial growth habit, resembling A. arenosa, displaying abundant new basal axillary inflorescences and producing numerous flowers; flowers intermediate in size and color to those of the parents; flowers have large and pink petals, are slightly zygomorphic, scented, and have well-developed nectarines; plants are self-compatible; low plant fertility and viability (embryos arrested at various developmental stages, producing mostly shrunken and inviable seeds); high tendency to cross fertilize with Arabidopsis suecica; some anthocyanin variegation along inflorescence stems; height = 48-55 cm.
N22669 Name: 2046 Price: £6.00
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 JohnM. Ward
  • Oregon State University James Atland
  • University of Puget Sound Andreaas Madlung
Stock type: individual line
Material type: seed


Description
Synthetic allotetraploid (n=13), produced by pollinating the autotetraploid Arabidopsis thaliana (2n=4x=20) ecotype Landsberg erecta (Ler) (CS3900) with the natural autotetraploid (2n=4x=32) Arabidopsis arenosa (CS3901); F4 generation still segregating for some A. arenosa alleles; has a transgenic kanamycin resistance gene from a T-DNA of unknown nature; Overall intermediate size to those of the parents; rosette and cauline leaves resemble those of A. arenosa; large rosettes with wide and large leaves; rosette and cauline leaf margins are serrated; relatively perennial growth habit, resembling A. arenosa, displaying abundant new basal axillary inflorescences and producing numerous flowers; flowers intermediate in size and color to those of the parents; flowers have large and pink petals, are slightly zygomorphic, scented, and have well-developed nectarines; plants are self-compatible; low plant fertility and viability (embryos arrested at various developmental stages, producing mostly shrunken and inviable seeds); high tendency to cross fertilize with Arabidopsis suecica; some anthocyanin variegation along inflorescence stems; height = 48-55 cm; similar to CS3895 Ã? CS3899.. Overall intermediate size to those of the parents; rosette and cauline leaves resemble those of A. arenosa; large rosettes with wide and large leaves; rosette and cauline leaf margins are serrated; relatively perennial growth habit, resembling A. arenosa, displaying abundant new basal axillary inflorescences and producing numerous flowers; flowers intermediate in size and color to those of the parents; flowers have large and pink petals, are slightly zygomorphic, scented, and have well-developed nectarines; plants are self-compatible; low plant fertility and viability (embryos arrested at various developmental stages, producing mostly shrunken and inviable seeds); high tendency to cross fertilize with Arabidopsis suecica; some anthocyanin variegation along inflorescence stems; height = 48-55 cm; similar to CS3895 CS3899..
N22670 Name: Arabidopsis suecica Price: £6.00
Donor
  • University of California, Davis Luca Comai
  • University of Puget Sound Andreaas Madlung
Stock type: individual line
Material type: seed


Description
Synthetic allotetraploid (n=13), produced by pollinating the autotetraploid Arabidopsis thaliana (2n=4x=20) ecotype Landsberg erecta (Ler) (N3900) with the natural autotetraploid (2n=4x=32) Arabidopsis arenosa (N3901); F4 generation still segregating for some A. arenosa alleles; has a transgenic kanamycin resistance gene from a T-DNA of unknown nature.
Phenotype
Overall intermediate size to those of the parents; rosette and cauline leaves resemble those of A. arenosa; large rosettes with wide and large leaves; rosette and cauline leaf margins are serrated; relatively perennial growth habit, resembling A. arenosa, displaying abundant new basal axillary inflorescences and producing numerous flowers; flowers intermediate in size and color to those of the parents; flowers have large and pink petals, are slightly zygomorphic, scented, and have well-developed nectarines; plants are self-compatible; low plant fertility and viability (embryos arrested at various developmental stages, producing mostly shrunken and inviable seeds); high tendency to cross fertilize with Arabidopsis suecica; some anthocyanin variegation along inflorescence stems; height = 48-55 cm; similar to CS3895 - CS3899.
N22696 Name: Arabidopsis lyrata subsp. lyrata Price: £6.00
Donor
  • Max-Planck-Institute for Developmental Biology Detlef Weigel
Stock type: individual line
Material type: seed


Description
Arabidopsis lyrata subsp. lyrata; natural diploid (2n = 16). Strain originally developed and provided by Mikhail E. Nasrallah. Inbred for several generations. Its genome was sequenced (http://www.jgi.doe.gov/sequencing/why/CSP2006/AlyrataCrubella.html).
Phenotype
Phenotype curated by ABRC; Partly self-compatible, perennial habit. Large rosettes with large leaves; serrated leaf margins; small cauline leaves; white petals; elongated siliques; elongated seeds; plant height = 30-60 cm. Growth temperature of 16 C favors good germination and vigorous plants; vernalization at rosette stage may promote earlier flowering, but plants may flower without vernalization.
N22697 Name: Capsella rubella Price: £6.00
Donor
  • Max-Planck-Institute for Developmental Biology Detlef Weigel
Stock type: individual line
Material type: seed


Description
Capsella rubella; natural diploid (2n=16). Strain originally provided by Barbara Neuffer. Inbred for several generations. Its genome was sequenced http://www.jgi.doe.gov/sequencing/why/3066.html
Phenotype
Phenotype curated by ABRC; Self-compatible, annual habit. Cotyledons elongated and spoon shaped; large rosettes with large pinnatifid leaves, deeply serrated-dentated leaf margins, auriculated cauline leaves; white petals; heart shaped fruits, indented at top more or less triangular with lateral margins having concave outline; elongated seeds; plant height = 40-50cm. Growth temperature of 16C favors good germination and vigorous plants; vernalization at rosette stage may promote earlier flowering, but plants may flower without vernalization.