Species

lotus-japonicusLotus japonicus (Regel) Larsen

 

We have two populations for Lotus japonicus. The first raised in 2001-3 of individual lines representing 4904 families of ecotype Gifu B-129 and the second, 3652 lines of Miyakojima MG-20 produced in 2009-12.

 

Selected Publications

Perry J, Welham T, Brachmann A, Binder A, Charpentier M, Groth M, Haage K,  Markmann K, Wang Tl, Parniske M. TILLING in Lotus japonicus identified large allelic series for symbiosis genes and revealed a bias in functionally defective ethyl methanesulfonate alleles towards glycine replacements. Plant Physiology 151, 1281-1291, 2009.

Wang TL, Robson F. TILLING in Lotus japonicus. In: The Lotus japonicus genome (eds. Tabata S and Stougaard J). Springer Verlag Heidelberg, pp. 229-244, 2014.


medicago-truncatula

Medicago truncatula

 

We have a population of 3162 individual lines of the ecotype Jemalong A17 raised between 2010 and 2013.

 

 


brassica-napus

Brassica napus

 

The  B. napus population consists of 6156 plants of  ‘Cabriolet’ (‘JBnaCAB_E’) developed in Ian Bancroft’s group.

 

Selected Publications

Wells R, Trick M,  Soumpourou E, Clissold L,  Morgan C, Werner P, Gibbard C, Clarke M, Jennaway R,  Bancroft I. The control of seed oil polyunsaturate content in the polyploid crop species Brassica napus. Molecular Breeding 33:349-362 2014.


brassica-rapa

Brassica rapa

 

The B. rapasubsp. trilocularis (Yellow Sarson) population consists of 9216 lines of the genotype R-o-18 consisting of two siblings from each of 4608 families which were raised between 2007 and 2009.

 

Selected Publications

Stephenson P, Baker D, Girin T, Perez A, Amoah S, King GJ and Østergaard L (2010) A rich TILLING resource for studying gene function in Brassica rapa. BMC Plant Biology10,62


brassica-oleracea

Brassica oleracea

 

We have a population of 3072 M2 families, two siblings from each family. The line used was  DH1012 which is derived from B.oleracea cv. alboglabra x B. oleracea cv. italica ‘Green Duke’.

 


capsella-rubella

Capsella rubella

 

The Capsella rubella accession we used is known as SAS 52 (originator Adrien Sicard) and was a gift from Michael Lenhard, University of Potsdam. There are two siblings from each of 1536 M2 families.

 


 

Oryza sativa

 

We can access rice TILLING for you through our partners at the Institute of Botany, Chinese Academy of Science, Beijing. Please contact us if you wish to do some TILLING in this species. They have ca. 7000 lines of O. sativa, spp. japonica  Zhonghua 11.