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Establishment of stable and highly efficient plant regeneration system and PCR analysis of transformants in supersweet corn



Establishment of stable and highly efficient plant regeneration system and PCR analysis of transformants in supersweet corn



Journal of Northwest A and F University Natural Science Edition 35(3): 70-74



To establish regeneration technique system for gene transformation in supersweet corn, and to obtain germplasm resources for insect resistance, the factors influencing plant regeneration were studied. The calli, derived from immature embryos, of the supersweet corn inbred line was transformed with the plasmid DNA containing Bt gene via the particle bombardment-mediated method.

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