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Does anyone have Landsberg ecotype of Arabidopsis without erectamutation?

Does anyone have Landsberg ecotype of Arabidopsis without erectamutation? - Arabidopsis and Plant Biology

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Old 12-06-2007, 12:07 AM
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Default Does anyone have Landsberg ecotype of Arabidopsis without erectamutation?



Hi, all I am currently doing genetic mapping job and using Ws and Ler as
two background. However, the erecta mutation in Ler led to some problems
for me. I wonder if someone has landsberg lines with normal version of
ERECTA gene?

Thanks a lot

Xiaodong Sun
Department of Plant Biology
University of Minnesota, Twin Cities

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