Core features of the hormonal status in in vitro grown potato plants

Oksana O. Kolachevskaya, L. Sergeeva, Irina A. Getman, Sergey N. Lomin, E.M. Savelieva, G.A. Romanov

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Some time ago, potato transformants expressing Agrobacterium-derived auxin synthesis gene tms1 were generated. These tms1-transgenic plants, showing enhanced productivity, were studied for their hormonal status, turnover and responses in comparison with control plants. For this purpose, contents of phytohormones belonging to six different classes (auxins, cytokinins, gibberellins, abscisic, jasmonic and salicylic acids) were determined by a sensitive UPLC-MS/MS method in tubers and shoots of in vitro grown plants. To date, this study represents the most comprehensive analysis of the potato hormonal system. On the basis of obtained results, several new generalizations concerning potato hormonal status were drawn. Overall, these data can serve as a framework for forthcoming integrative studies of the hormonal system in potato plants.
LanguageEnglish
Article numbere1467697
JournalPlant Signaling & Behavior
Volume13
Issue number5
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 26 Jun 2018

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potatoes
auxins
salicylic acids
Agrobacterium
gibberellins
plant hormones
cytokinins
transgenic plants
tubers
synthesis
shoots
genes
methodology
tandem mass spectrometry

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Kolachevskaya, O. O., Sergeeva, L., Getman, I. A., Lomin, S. N., Savelieva, E. M., & Romanov, G. A. (2018). Core features of the hormonal status in in vitro grown potato plants. Plant Signaling & Behavior, 13(5), [e1467697]. https://doi.org/10.1080/15592324.2018.1467697
Kolachevskaya, Oksana O. ; Sergeeva, L. ; Getman, Irina A. ; Lomin, Sergey N. ; Savelieva, E.M. ; Romanov, G.A. / Core features of the hormonal status in in vitro grown potato plants. In: Plant Signaling & Behavior. 2018 ; Vol. 13, No. 5.
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Core features of the hormonal status in in vitro grown potato plants. / Kolachevskaya, Oksana O.; Sergeeva, L.; Getman, Irina A.; Lomin, Sergey N.; Savelieva, E.M.; Romanov, G.A.

In: Plant Signaling & Behavior, Vol. 13, No. 5, e1467697, 26.06.2018.

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