LRR-RLKII receptor kinase interaction domains

Frederik Theodoor Bakker (Inventor), Saminalsadat Hosseinifarhangi (Inventor)

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Abstract

The invention relates to a plant comprising a gene encoding an altered leucine-rich repeat, receptor-like kinase of a somatic embryogenesis receptor kinase (SERK) subfamily, or an altered extracellular like SERK receptor (ELS) whereby said alteration is in a region of the gene that encodes a conserved, extracellular domain of said receptor. The invention further relates to a part of the plant of the invention, and to a food product prepared from the plant or plant part according to the invention. The invention further relates to means, such as a recombinant nucleic acid molecule, a vector, a plant protoplast, cell, or callus, and method for the production of a plant comprising in its genome at least one copy of a gene encoding a leucine-rich repeat, receptor-like kinase of a somatic embryogenesis receptor kinase (SERK) subfamily, or an extracellular like SERK receptor (ELS), in which a region of the gene that encodes a conserved, extracellular domain of said receptor has been altered.

Original languageEnglish
Patent numberWO2021015616
Priority date22/07/19
Publication statusPublished - 28 Jan 2021

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