Abstract

A method of producing transformed corn comprising making a wound in a corn seedling in an area of the corn seedling containing rapidly dividing cells and inoculating the wound with vir+ Agrobacterium tumefaciens. Also, this same method wherein the vir+ A. tumefaciens contains a vector comprising genetically-engineered T-DNA. There are further provided a transformed corn pollen grain, a corn pollen grain produced by a plant grown from a seedling infected with vir+ A. tumefaciens, a corn pollen grain produced by a plant grown from a seedling infected with vir° A. tumefaciens containing a vector comprising genetrically-engineered T-DNA, a corn pollen grain whose cells contain a segment of T-DNA, and corn derived from each of these pollen grains. There are also provided a transformed corn plant, a transformed corn plant derived from a corn seedling infected with vir+ Agrobacterium tumefaciens, a transformed corn plant derived from a corn seedling infected with vir+ A. tumefaciens containing a vector comprising genetically-engineered T-DNA, and a corn plant whose cells contain a segment of T-DNA. Finally, there are provided transformed corn derived from a corn seeding infected with vir+ Agrobacterium tumefaciens, and transformed corn derived from a corn seedling infected with vir+ A. tumefaciens containing a vector comprising genetically-engineered T-DNA.

Document Type

Patent

Primary Class

800/294

Secondary Class

435/252.2; 435/252.3; 435/320.1

Application Number

07/579354

Filing Date

September 1990

Patent Number

US5177010

Assignee(s)

The University of Toledo

Publication Date

1-5-1993

Patent Country

US

Language

en_US

Institution

The University of Toledo

Repository

University of Toledo Libraries

Digital Publisher

Digital Initiatives

Rights

These materials are free of copyright restrictions and are in the public domain within the United States only. The USPTO reserves the right to assert copyright protection internationally.

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