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N799889 Name: CYCLIN A1;1 Price: £10.00
Donor
  • Austrian Academy of Sciences Petra Bulankova
  • Austrian Academy of Sciences Svetlana Akimcheva
  • Austrian Academy of Sciences Karel Riha
Locus Stock type: individual line
Material type: seed


Description
Part of transgenic lines carrying reporter constructs for A. thaliana mitotic cyclins. Each line harbors a translational fusion of mitotic cyclin with GUS reporter gene. These lines were generated by vacuum infiltration of Col-0 plants with Agrobacterium tumefaciens. The vector employed was pCBK04. The constructs consist of entire cyclin genic sequences including introns and ~2 kb upstream promoter regions fused to the GUS cDNA at the position of the termination codon; 3 prime UTR is derived from the nopaline synthase gene. Approximately 20 independent T1 transgenic plants for each construct were prescreened by histochemical GUS staining of flowers, and progeny of three plants with the most representative staining pattern were used for in depth expression analyses in T2 and T3. Seeds of T4 generation of one representative line are included in this set.
Phenotype
No visible phenotype
N799890 Name: CYCLIN A2;2 Price: £10.00
Donor
  • Austrian Academy of Sciences Petra Bulankova
  • Austrian Academy of Sciences Svetlana Akimcheva
  • Austrian Academy of Sciences Karel Riha
Locus Stock type: individual line
Material type: seed


Description
Part of transgenic lines carrying reporter constructs for A. thaliana mitotic cyclins. Each line harbors a translational fusion of mitotic cyclin with GUS reporter gene. These lines were generated by vacuum infiltration of Col-0 plants with Agrobacterium tumefaciens. The vector employed was pMDC163 (Curtis and Grossniklaus, Plant Physiology October 2003 vol. 133 no. 2 462-469). The constructs consist of entire cyclin genic sequences including introns and ~2 kb upstream promoter regions fused to the GUS cDNA at the position of the termination codon; 3 prime UTR is derived from the nopaline synthase gene. Approximately 20 independent T1 transgenic plants for each construct were prescreened by histochemical GUS staining of flowers, and progeny of three plants with the most representative staining pattern were used for in depth expression analyses in T2 and T3. A seeds of T4 generation of the best representative line are the distributed stocks.
Phenotype
No visible phenotype
N799891 Name: CYCLIN A2;3 Price: £10.00
Donor
  • Austrian Academy of Sciences Petra Bulankova
  • Austrian Academy of Sciences Svetlana Akimcheva
  • Austrian Academy of Sciences Karel Riha
Locus Stock type: individual line
Material type: seed


Description
Part of transgenic lines carrying reporter constructs for A. thaliana mitotic cyclins. Each line harbors a translational fusion of mitotic cyclin with the GUS reporter gene. These lines were generated by vacuum infiltration of Col-0 plants with Agrobacterium tumefaciens. The vector employed was pMDC163 (Curtis and Grossniklaus, Plant Physiology October 2003 vol. 133 no. 2 462-469). The constructs consist of an entire cyclin genic sequences including introns and ~2 kb upstream promoter regions fused to the GUS cDNA at the position of the termination codon; 3 prime UTR is derived from the nopaline synthase gene. Approximately 20 independent T1 transgenic plants for each construct were prescreened by histochemical GUS staining of flowers, and progeny of three plants with the most representative staining pattern were used for in depth expression analyses in T2 and T3. A seeds of T4 generation of one representative line are in the distributed stocks.
Phenotype
No visible phenotype
N799892 Name: CYCLIN A2;4 Price: £10.00
Donor
  • Austrian Academy of Sciences Petra Bulankova
  • Austrian Academy of Sciences Svetlana Akimcheva
  • Austrian Academy of Sciences Karel Riha
Locus Stock type: individual line
Material type: seed


Description
Part of transgenic lines carrying reporter constructs for A. thaliana mitotic cyclins. Each line harbors a translational fusion of mitotic cyclin with the GUS reporter gene. These lines were generated by vacuum infiltration of Col-0 plants with Agrobacterium tumefaciens. The vector employed was pMDC163 (Curtis and Grossniklaus, Plant Physiology October 2003 vol. 133 no. 2 462-469). The constructs consist of an entire cyclin genic sequences including introns and ~2 kb upstream promoter regions fused to the GUS cDNA at the position of the termination codon; 3 prime UTR is derived from the nopaline synthase gene. Approximately 20 independent T1 transgenic plants for each construct were prescreened by histochemical GUS staining of flowers, and progeny of three plants with the most representative staining pattern were used for in depth expression analyses in T2 and T3. Seeds of T4 generation of one representative line are in the distributed stocks.
Phenotype
No visible phenotype
N799893 Name: CYCLIN A3;1 Price: £10.00
Donor
  • Austrian Academy of Sciences Petra Bulankova
  • Austrian Academy of Sciences Svetlana Akimcheva
  • Austrian Academy of Sciences Karel Riha
Locus Stock type: individual line
Material type: seed


Description
Part of transgenic lines carrying reporter constructs for A. thaliana mitotic cyclins. Each line harbors a translational fusion of mitotic cyclin with GUS reporter gene. These lines were generated by vacuum infiltration of Col-0 plants with Agrobacterium tumefaciens. The vector employed was pCBK04. The constructs consist of entire cyclin genic sequences including introns and ~2 kb upstream promoter regions fused to the GUS cDNA at the position of the termination codon; 3 prime UTR is derived from the nopaline synthase gene. Approximately 20 independent T1 transgenic plants for each construct were prescreened by histochemical GUS staining of flowers, and progeny of three plants with the most representative staining pattern were used for in depth expression analyses in T2 and T3. Seeds of T4 generation of one representative line are included in this set.
Phenotype
No visible phenotype
N799894 Name: CYCLIN A3;2 Price: £10.00
Donor
  • Austrian Academy of Sciences Petra Bulankova
  • Austrian Academy of Sciences Svetlana Akimcheva
  • Austrian Academy of Sciences Karel Riha
Locus Stock type: individual line
Material type: seed


Description
Part of transgenic lines carrying reporter constructs for A. thaliana mitotic cyclins. Each line harbors a translational fusion of mitotic cyclin with the GUS reporter gene. These lines were generated by vacuum infiltration of Col-0 plants with Agrobacterium tumefaciens. The vector employed was pMDC163 (Curtis and Grossniklaus, Plant Physiology October 2003 vol. 133 no. 2 462-469). The constructs consist of an entire cyclin genic sequences including introns and ~2 kb upstream promoter regions fused to the GUS cDNA at the position of the termination codon; 3 prime UTR is derived from the nopaline synthase gene. Approximately 20 independent T1 transgenic plants for each construct were prescreened by histochemical GUS staining of flowers, and progeny of three plants with the most representative staining pattern were used for in depth expression analyses in T2 and T3. A seeds of T4 generation of one representative line are in the distributed stocks.
Phenotype
No visible phenotype
N799895 Name: CYCLIN A3;3 Price: £10.00
Donor
  • Austrian Academy of Sciences Petra Bulankova
  • Austrian Academy of Sciences Svetlana Akimcheva
  • Austrian Academy of Sciences Karel Riha
Locus Stock type: individual line
Material type: seed


Description
Part of transgenic lines carrying reporter constructs for A. thaliana mitotic cyclins. Each line harbors a translational fusion of mitotic cyclin with the GUS reporter gene. These lines were generated by vacuum infiltration of Col-0 plants with Agrobacterium tumefaciens. The vector employed was pMDC163 (Curtis and Grossniklaus, Plant Physiology October 2003 vol. 133 no. 2 462-469). The constructs consist of an entire cyclin genic sequences including introns and ~2 kb upstream promoter regions fused to the GUS cDNA at the position of the termination codon; 3 prime UTR is derived from the nopaline synthase gene. Approximately 20 independent T1 transgenic plants for each construct were prescreened by histochemical GUS staining of flowers, and progeny of three plants with the most representative staining pattern were used for in depth expression analyses in T2 and T3. A seeds of T4 generation of one representative line are in the distributed stocks.
Phenotype
No visible phenotype
N799896 Name: CYCLIN A3;4 Price: £10.00
Donor
  • Austrian Academy of Sciences Petra Bulankova
  • Austrian Academy of Sciences Svetlana Akimcheva
  • Austrian Academy of Sciences Karel Riha
Locus Stock type: individual line
Material type: seed


Description
Part of transgenic lines carrying reporter constructs for A. thaliana mitotic cyclins. Each line harbors a translational fusion of mitotic cyclin with the GUS reporter gene. These lines were generated by vacuum infiltration of Col-0 plants with Agrobacterium tumefaciens. The vector employed was pMDC163 (Curtis and Grossniklaus, Plant Physiology October 2003 vol. 133 no. 2 462-469). The constructs consist of an entire cyclin genic sequences including introns and ~2 kb upstream promoter regions fused to the GUS cDNA at the position of the termination codon; 3 prime UTR is derived from the nopaline synthase gene. Approximately 20 independent T1 transgenic plants for each construct were prescreened by histochemical GUS staining of flowers, and progeny of three plants with the most representative staining pattern were used for in depth expression analyses in T2 and T3. A seeds of T4 generation of one representative line are in the distributed stocks.
Phenotype
No visible phenotype
N799897 Name: CYCLIN B1;2 Price: £10.00
Donor
  • Austrian Academy of Sciences Petra Bulankova
  • Austrian Academy of Sciences Svetlana Akimcheva
  • Austrian Academy of Sciences Karel Riha
Locus Stock type: individual line
Material type: seed


Description
Part of transgenic lines carrying reporter constructs for A. thaliana mitotic cyclins. Each line harbors a translational fusion of mitotic cyclin with GUS reporter gene. These lines were generated by vacuum infiltration of Col-0 plants with Agrobacterium tumefaciens. The vector employed was pCBK04. The constructs consist of entire cyclin genic sequences including introns and ~2 kb upstream promoter regions fused to the GUS cDNA at the position of the termination codon; 3 prime UTR is derived from the nopaline synthase gene. Approximately 20 independent T1 transgenic plants for each construct were prescreened by histochemical GUS staining of flowers, and progeny of three plants with the most representative staining pattern were used for in depth expression analyses in T2 and T3. Seeds of T4 generation of one representative line are included in this set.
Phenotype
No visible phenotype
N799898 Name: CYCLIN B1;4 Price: £10.00
Donor
  • Austrian Academy of Sciences Petra Bulankova
  • Austrian Academy of Sciences Svetlana Akimcheva
  • Austrian Academy of Sciences Karel Riha
Locus Stock type: individual line
Material type: seed


Description
Part of transgenic lines carrying reporter constructs for A. thaliana mitotic cyclins. Each line harbors a translational fusion of mitotic cyclin with GUS reporter gene. These lines were generated by vacuum infiltration of Col-0 plants with Agrobacterium tumefaciens. The vector employed was pCBK04. The constructs consist of entire cyclin genic sequences including introns and ~2 kb upstream promoter regions fused to the GUS cDNA at the position of the termination codon; 3 prime UTR is derived from the nopaline synthase gene. Approximately 20 independent T1 transgenic plants for each construct were prescreened by histochemical GUS staining of flowers, and progeny of three plants with the most representative staining pattern were used for in depth expression analyses in T2 and T3. Seeds of T4 generation of one representative line are included in this set.
Phenotype
No visible phenotype
N799899 Name: CYCLIN B2;1 Price: £10.00
Donor
  • Austrian Academy of Sciences Petra Bulankova
  • Austrian Academy of Sciences Svetlana Akimcheva
  • Austrian Academy of Sciences Karel Riha
Locus Stock type: individual line
Material type: seed


Description
Part of transgenic lines carrying reporter constructs for A. thaliana mitotic cyclins. Each line harbors a translational fusion of mitotic cyclin with GUS reporter gene. These lines were generated by vacuum infiltration of Col-0 plants with Agrobacterium tumefaciens. The vector employed was pCBK04. The constructs consist of entire cyclin genic sequences including introns and ~2 kb upstream promoter regions fused to the GUS cDNA at the position of the termination codon; 3 prime UTR is derived from the nopaline synthase gene. Approximately 20 independent T1 transgenic plants for each construct were prescreened by histochemical GUS staining of flowers, and progeny of three plants with the most representative staining pattern were used for in depth expression analyses in T2 and T3. Seeds of T4 generation of one representative line are included in this set.
Phenotype
No visible phenotype
N799900 Name: CYCLIN B2;2 Price: £10.00
Donor
  • Austrian Academy of Sciences Petra Bulankova
  • Austrian Academy of Sciences Svetlana Akimcheva
  • Austrian Academy of Sciences Karel Riha
Locus Stock type: individual line
Material type: seed


Description
Part of transgenic lines carrying reporter constructs for A. thaliana mitotic cyclins. Each line harbors a translational fusion of mitotic cyclin with GUS reporter gene. These lines were generated by vacuum infiltration of Col-0 plants with Agrobacterium tumefaciens. The vector employed was pCBK04. The constructs consist of entire cyclin genic sequences including introns and ~2 kb upstream promoter regions fused to the GUS cDNA at the position of the termination codon; 3 prime UTR is derived from the nopaline synthase gene. Approximately 20 independent T1 transgenic plants for each construct were prescreened by histochemical GUS staining of flowers, and progeny of three plants with the most representative staining pattern were used for in depth expression analyses in T2 and T3. Seeds of T4 generation of one representative line are included in this set.
Phenotype
No visible phenotype
N799901 Name: CYCLIN B2;3 Price: £10.00
Donor
  • Austrian Academy of Sciences Petra Bulankova
  • Austrian Academy of Sciences Svetlana Akimcheva
  • Austrian Academy of Sciences Karel Riha
Locus Stock type: individual line
Material type: seed


Description
Part of transgenic lines carrying reporter constructs for A. thaliana mitotic cyclins. Each line harbors a translational fusion of mitotic cyclin with GUS reporter gene. These lines were generated by vacuum infiltration of Col-0 plants with Agrobacterium tumefaciens. The vector employed was pCBK04. The constructs consist of entire cyclin genic sequences including introns and ~2 kb upstream promoter regions fused to the GUS cDNA at the position of the termination codon; 3 prime UTR is derived from the nopaline synthase gene. Approximately 20 independent T1 transgenic plants for each construct were prescreened by histochemical GUS staining of flowers, and progeny of three plants with the most representative staining pattern were used for in depth expression analyses in T2 and T3. Seeds of T4 generation of one representative line are included in this set.
Phenotype
No visible phenotype
N799902 Name: CYCLIN B2;4 Price: £10.00
Donor
  • Austrian Academy of Sciences Petra Bulankova
  • Austrian Academy of Sciences Svetlana Akimcheva
  • Austrian Academy of Sciences Karel Riha
Locus Stock type: individual line
Material type: seed


Description
Part of transgenic lines carrying reporter constructs for A. thaliana mitotic cyclins. Each line harbors a translational fusion of mitotic cyclin with GUS reporter gene. These lines were generated by vacuum infiltration of Col-0 plants with Agrobacterium tumefaciens. The vector employed was pCBK04. The constructs consist of entire cyclin genic sequences including introns and ~2 kb upstream promoter regions fused to the GUS cDNA at the position of the termination codon; 3 prime UTR is derived from the nopaline synthase gene. Approximately 20 independent T1 transgenic plants for each construct were prescreened by histochemical GUS staining of flowers, and progeny of three plants with the most representative staining pattern were used for in depth expression analyses in T2 and T3. Seeds of T4 generation of one representative line are included in this set.
Phenotype
No visible phenotype
N799903 Name: CYCLIN B3;1 Price: £10.00
Donor
  • Austrian Academy of Sciences Petra Bulankova
  • Austrian Academy of Sciences Svetlana Akimcheva
  • Austrian Academy of Sciences Karel Riha
Locus Stock type: individual line
Material type: seed


Description
Part of transgenic lines carrying reporter constructs for A. thaliana mitotic cyclins. Each line harbors a translational fusion of mitotic cyclin with GUS reporter gene. These lines were generated by vacuum infiltration of Col-0 plants with Agrobacterium tumefaciens. The vector employed was pCBK04. The constructs consist of entire cyclin genic sequences including introns and ~2 kb upstream promoter regions fused to the GUS cDNA at the position of the termination codon; 3 prime UTR is derived from the nopaline synthase gene. Approximately 20 independent T1 transgenic plants for each construct were prescreened by histochemical GUS staining of flowers, and progeny of three plants with the most representative staining pattern were used for in depth expression analyses in T2 and T3. Seeds of T4 generation of one representative line are included in this set.
Phenotype
No visible phenotype
N799904 Name: TAM, CYCLIN A1;2 Price: £10.00
Donor
  • Austrian Academy of Sciences Petra Bulankova
  • Austrian Academy of Sciences Svetlana Akimcheva
  • Austrian Academy of Sciences Karel Riha
Locus Stock type: individual line
Material type: seed


Description
Part of transgenic lines carrying reporter constructs for A. thaliana mitotic cyclins. Each line harbors a translational fusion of mitotic cyclin with GUS reporter gene. These lines were generated by vacuum infiltration of Col-0 plants with Agrobacterium tumefaciens. The vector employed was pCBK04. The constructs consist of entire cyclin genic sequences including introns and ~2 kb upstream promoter regions fused to the GUS cDNA at the position of the termination codon; 3 prime UTR is derived from the nopaline synthase gene. Approximately 20 independent T1 transgenic plants for each construct were prescreened by histochemical GUS staining of flowers, and progeny of three plants with the most representative staining pattern were used for in depth expression analyses in T2 and T3. Seeds of T4 generation of the best representative line are included in this set.
Phenotype
No visible phenotype
N799905 Name: SDS, CYCLIN SDS Price: £10.00
Donor
  • Austrian Academy of Sciences Petra Bulankova
  • Austrian Academy of Sciences Svetlana Akimcheva
  • Austrian Academy of Sciences Karel Riha
Locus Stock type: individual line
Material type: seed


Description
Part of transgenic lines carrying reporter constructs for A. thaliana mitotic cyclins. Each line harbors a translational fusion of mitotic cyclin with GUS reporter gene. These lines were generated by vacuum infiltration of Col-0 plants with Agrobacterium tumefaciens. The vector employed was pCBK04. The constructs consist of entire cyclin genic sequences including introns and ~2 kb upstream promoter regions fused to the GUS cDNA at the position of the termination codon; 3 prime UTR is derived from the nopaline synthase gene. Approximately 20 independent T1 transgenic plants for each construct were prescreened by histochemical GUS staining of flowers, and progeny of three plants with the most representative staining pattern were used for in depth expression analyses in T2 and T3. Seeds of T4 generation of one representative line are included in this set.
Phenotype
No visible phenotype
N799906 Name: SDS, CYCLIN SDS Price: £10.00
Donor
  • Austrian Academy of Sciences Petra Bulankova
  • Austrian Academy of Sciences Svetlana Akimcheva
  • Austrian Academy of Sciences Karel Riha
Locus Stock type: individual line
Material type: seed


Description
Part of transgenic lines carrying reporter constructs for A. thaliana mitotic cyclins. Each line harbors a translational fusion of mitotic cyclin with GUS reporter gene. These lines were generated by vacuum infiltration of Col-0 plants with Agrobacterium tumefaciens. The vector employed was pCBK04. The constructs consist of entire cyclin genic sequences including introns and ~2 kb upstream promoter regions fused to the GUS cDNA at the position of the termination codon; 3 prime UTR is derived from the nopaline synthase gene. Approximately 20 independent T1 transgenic plants for each construct were prescreened by histochemical GUS staining of flowers, and progeny of three plants with the most representative staining pattern were used for in depth expression analyses in T2 and T3. Seeds of T4 generation of one representative line are included in this set.
Phenotype
No visible phenotype
N799907 Name: CYCLIN A2:1 Price: £10.00
Donor
  • Austrian Academy of Sciences Karel Riha
  • Austrian Academy of Sciences Petra Bulankova
  • Austrian Academy of Sciences Svetlana Akimcheva
Locus Stock type: individual line
Material type: seed


Description
Part of transgenic lines carrying reporter constructs for A. thaliana mitotic cyclins. Each line harbors a translational fusion of mitotic cyclin with the GUS reporter gene. These lines were generated by vacuum infiltration of Col-0 plants with Agrobacterium tumefaciens. The vector employed was pMDC163 (Curtis and Grossniklaus, Plant Physiology October 2003 vol. 133 no. 2 462-469). The constructs consist of an entire cyclin genic sequences including introns and ~2 kb upstream promoter regions fused to the GUS cDNA at the position of the termination codon: 3 prime UTR is derived from the nopaline synthase gene. Approximately 20 independent T1 transgenic plants for each construct were prescreened by histochemical GUS staining of flowers, and progeny of three plants with the most representative staining pattern were used for in depth expression analyses in T2 and T3. A seeds of T4 generation of one representative line are in the distributed stocks.
Phenotype
No visible phenotype