• gene
  • New methods for gene identification based on genomic analysis and their application for molecular breeding in plants. (nii.ac.jp)
  • Nonetheless, the review was focused on Clivia biology, flavonoid pigments, and factors affecting anthocyanins accumulation and colour in flowers, anthocyanin biosynthetic structural genes and CHS and ANS gene expression in flowering plants. (scitechnol.com)
  • We went on to discuss factors affecting anthocyanins production and colour formation in flowering plants, anthocyanin biosynthetic structural genes and the CHS and ANS gene expression in flowering plants. (scitechnol.com)
  • Concerning gene targeting in rice, an important staple food and a model plant for other cereal species, we have developed a large-scale Agrobacterium-mediated transformation procedure with a strong positive-negative selection and succeeded a reproducible targeting of the Waxy gene by homologous recombination without concomitant occurrence of undesirable ectopic events. (nii.ac.jp)
  • Tpn1
  • The mutable flecked, speckled, r-1, and purple alleles in I. nil were caused by insertions of Tpn1 and its relatives in the En/Spm superfamily, Tpn2, Tpn3, and Tpn4, into the genes for anthocyanin coloration in wers, i.e. (nii.ac.jp)
  • family
  • The major DNA-based controlling transposable elements in higher plants can be classified into three groups : the Ac/Ds (or hAT) superfamily, the En/Spm (or CACTA) superfamily, and the Mu family. (nii.ac.jp)
  • different
  • They are different types of pigments that play key roles in colour formation in flowering plants and they are betalains [ 13 ], carotenoids [ 14 , 15 ] and flavonoids are the three important types of pigments responsible for colour in plants. (scitechnol.com)