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N6233 Name: apetala Price: £7.50
Donor
  • University of British Columbia (UBC) George Haughn
Locus Photo
photo of Arabidopsis plant
Stock type: individual line
Material type: seed


Phenotype
weak allele; homeotic conversion of sepals, organ types found vary from leaves, to leaf-sepal intermediate organs and to sepals and sepal-carpels; few secondary or tertiary flowers are formed in the axils of transformed sepals; second whorl organs form petals or filaments, or rarely petal-stamens and stamens; third whorl with organs in the position of lateral stamens commonly missing and organs in axial positions usually form stamens; phenotype varies acropetally, with more complete flower-to-inflorescence conversions in basal flowers and at low temperature.
N6234 Name: apetala Price: £7.50
Donor
  • University of British Columbia (UBC) George Haughn
Locus Photo
photo of Arabidopsis plant
Stock type: individual line
Material type: seed


Phenotype
weak allele; homeotic conversion of sepals, organ types found vary from leaves, to leaf-sepal intermediate organs and to sepals and sepal-carpels; few secondary or tertiary flowers are formed in the axils of transformed sepals; second whorl organs form petals or filaments, or rarely petal-stamens and stamens; third whorl with organs in the position of lateral stamens commonly missing and organs in axial positions usually form stamens; phenotype varies acropetally, with more complete flower-to-inflorescence conversions in basal flowers and at low temperature.
N6235 Name: terminal flower Price: £7.50
Donor
  • University of British Columbia (UBC) George Haughn
Locus Photo
photo of Arabidopsis plant
Stock type: individual line
Material type: seed


Phenotype
strong allele, early flowering, reduced plant height and increased number of rosette inflorescences; determinate inflorescences; terminal region of primary inflorescence may consist of a single flower or of 2-3 clustered flowers separated by short internodes, in which organs of the 3 outer whorls are missing or are mosaic; secondary inflorescence apices are determinate and usually converted into a single normal flower; 2-5 normal flowers/inflorescence; photoperiod affects phenotype.
N6237 Name: terminal flower Price: £7.50
Donor
  • University of British Columbia (UBC) George Haughn
Locus Photo
photo of Arabidopsis plant
Stock type: individual line
Material type: seed


Phenotype
strong allele; early flowering, reduced plant height, increased number of rosette inflorescences, determinate inflorescences; terminal region of primary inflorescence may consist of a single flower or of 2-3 clustered flowers separated by short internodes, in which the organs in the 3 outer whorls are missing or are mosaic; secondary inflorescence apices are determinate and usually converted into a single normal flower; 2-5 normal flowers/inflorescence; photoperiod affects phenotype.
N6238 Name: terminal flower Price: £7.50
Donor
  • University of British Columbia (UBC) George Haughn
Locus Photo
photo of Arabidopsis plant
Stock type: individual line
Material type: seed


Phenotype
strong allele, early flowering, reduced plant height, increased number of rosette inflorescences, determinate inflorescences; terminal region of primary inflorescence may consist of a single flower or of 2-3 clustered flowers separated by short internodes, in which the organs in the 3 outer whorls are missing or are mosaic; secondary inflorescence apices are determinate and usually converted into a single normal flower; 2-5 normal flowers/inflorescence; photoperiod affects phenotype; same as trm-1 (terminator).
N6266 Name: spindly Price: £7.50
Donor
  • University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) Steve Jacobsen
Locus Photo
photo of Arabidopsis plant
Stock type: individual line
Material type: seed


Phenotype
most extreme allele; resemble wild-type plants that have been repeatedly treated with G.A.; long hypocotyls, erect rosette leaves, light green colour, early flowering and parthenocarpy; stem elongation is increased caused primarily by an increase in internode length; early stem elongation is so rapid that flower buds occasionally remain wrapped in the yet unfolded cauline leaves resulting in bending of the main stem; partial male sterility (greatly reduced when plants grown at 18C); altered gibberellin signal transduction, resistant to the gibberellin (G.A.) biosynthesis inhibitor paclobutrazol.
N6290 Name: apetala Price: £7.50
Donor
  • Max-Planck-Institute for Developmental Biology Detlef Weigel
Locus Photo
photo of Arabidopsis plant
Stock type: individual line
Material type: seed


Phenotype
intermediate allele; homeotic conversion of sepals (first whorl) to leaf-like - being triangular in shape, flanked by stipules and having stellate trichomes; some secondary flowers are formed in the axils of the transformed sepals; petals and petaloid stamens predominate in the second whorl; phenotype varies acropetally, with more complete flower-to-inflorescence conversions in basal flowers and at low temperature.
N6291 Name: apetala Price: £7.50
Donor
  • Max-Planck-Institute for Developmental Biology Detlef Weigel
  • University of California, Davis John Bowman
Locus Photo
photo of Arabidopsis plant
Stock type: individual line
Material type: seed


Phenotype
strong allele; homeotic conversion of sepals (first whorl) to bracts, secondary or tertiary flowers are formed in the axils of the transformed sepals; petals (second whorl) usually absent but are occasionally replaced by stamens or petal-stamen-bract-like mosaic; phenotype varies acropetally, with more complete flower-to-inflorescence conversions in basal flowers and at low temperature.
N6293 Name: apetala Price: £7.50
Donor
  • Max-Planck-Institute for Developmental Biology Detlef Weigel
Locus Photo
photo of Arabidopsis plant
Stock type: individual line
Material type: seed


Phenotype
strong allele; homeotic conversion of sepals (first whorl) to bracts, secondary or tertiary flowers are formed in the axils of the transformed sepals; petals (second whorl) usually absent but are occasionally replaced by stamens or petal-stamen-bract-like mosaic; phenotype varies acropetally, with more complete flower-to-inflorescence conversions in basal flowers and at low temperature.
N6296 Name: apetala, leafy Price: £7.50
Donor
  • Max-Planck-Institute for Developmental Biology Detlef Weigel
Locus Photo
photo of Arabidopsis plant
Stock type: individual line
Material type: seed


Phenotype
double mutant, both alleles are strong, sterile, enhancement of lfy mutant phenotype; flowers transformed into inflorescences; effect stronger on early-arising flowers; no clear transition between secondary inflorescences and flower-like structures; the first two organs of the later-arising, transformed flowers arise laterally, similar to wild type; most organs are very leaf-like, similar to the first-whorl organs of ap1-1 single mutant; in the axils of the leaf-like organs, secondary buds arise; more severe phenotype under short days and lower temperature; maintained as heterozygote (homozygous for ap1-1, heterozygous for lfy-6).