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Characterisation of insertional and somaclonal mutators of tomatoes and Solanum galapagense altered in tolerance to abiotic stress and related developmental characteristics
One of the fundamental aspects to improve a character is the knowledge of the genes that control it. One of the alternatives to find out which are those genes is to look for mutants in those characters and to identify which ones have changed with respect to the wild type. In comparison with other me...
Characterisation of affected mutators in plant architecture on T-DNA tomato lines
[EN] Detection of mutants with some alteration in the architecture of the plant is the best strategy to identify the genes that control different characters related to this aspect of vegetative development. Among the possible alternatives to generate mutants (e.g., radiations, chemical products such...
Data from: Phylogenomics reveals three sources of adaptive variation during a rapid radiation
Speciation events often occur in rapid bursts of diversification, but the ecological and genetic factors that promote these radiations are still much debated. Using whole transcriptomes from all 13 species in the ecologically and reproductively diverse wild tomato clade (Solanum sect. Lycopersicon),...
Data from: Weak coordination between leaf structure and function among closely related tomato species
Dryad version number: 1 Version status: submitted Dryad curation status: Published Sharing link: https://datadryad.org/stash/share/yJkexfLym2vZQTX-R3lTEsi0ga7hFs7XBqj2BHpUdXg Storage size: 91449 Visibility: public Usage notes Zip file with trait data, phylogeny, and supplemental tables data.* Leaf a...
Data from: Constraint around quarter-power allometric scaling in wild tomatoes (Solanum sect. Lycopersicon; Solanaceae)
The West-Brown-Enquist (WBE) metabolic scaling theory posits that many organismal features scale predictably with body size because of selection to minimize transport costs in resource distribution networks. Many scaling exponents are quarter-powers, as predicted by WBE, but there are also biologica...
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Identification of tomato genes (Solanum lycopersicum L.) related to the colouring of the leaves
[EN] In addition to its ornamental value, the color of the leaves is important due to the influence it can have on the photosynthetic efficiency of plants. The detection of mutants affected in the color of the leaves is the best strategy to identify the genes that control this trait. To achieve this...
Identification and characterisation of mutants affected in foliar development on T-DNA tomato lines
Detection of mutants with some alteration in leaf development is the best strategy to identify the genes that control these characters. Among the possible alternatives to generate mutants (e.g., radiations, chemical products such as EMS, etc.), insertional mutagenesis is the most appropriate to addr...
Regeneration of plants in vitro culture of tomato related wild species
[EN] In vitro culture encompasses a set of techniques that allow the multiplication of plant material, vegetal material sanitation and genetic improvement of plants. These processes include techniques such as varieties of high commercial value, meristem culture, micropropagation of varieties of high...