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Research center of Embrapa/Collection: Embrapa Agricultura Digital - Artigo em periódico indexado (ALICE)
Date Issued: 2021
Type of Material: Artigo em periódico indexado (ALICE)
Authors: YASSITEPE, J. E. de C. T.
SILVA, V. C. H. da
HERNANDES-LOPES, J.
DANTE, R. A.
GERHARDT, I. R.
FERNANDES, F. R.
SILVA, P. A. da
VIEIRA, L. R.
BONATTI, V.
ARRUDA, P.
Additional Information: JULIANA ERIKA DE C T YASSITEPE, CNPTIA; VIVIANE CRISTINA HEINZEN DA SILVA, UNICAMP; JOSÉ HERNANDES-LOPES, Colaborador CNPTIA, UNICAMP; RICARDO AUGUSTO DANTE, CNPTIA; ISABEL RODRIGUES GERHARDT, CNPTIA; FERNANDA RAUSCH FERNANDES, CNPTIA; PRISCILA ALVES DA SILVA, UNICAMP; LETICIA RIOS VIEIRA, UNICAMP; VANESSA BONATTI, UNICAMP; PAULO ARRUDA, UNICAMP.
Title: Maize transformation: from plant material to the release of genetically modified and edited varieties.
Publisher: Frontiers in Plant Science, v. 12, p. 1-17, Oct. 2021.
Language: Ingles
Notes: Article 766702.
Keywords: Transformação de planta
Modificação genética
Maize
Plant transformation
Gene editing
Plant biotechnology
Genetic modification
Morphogenic regulator-mediated transformation
Description: Over the past decades, advances in plant biotechnology have allowed the development of genetically modified maize varieties that have significantly impacted agricultural management and improved the grain yield worldwide. To date, genetically modified varieties represent 30% of the world?s maize cultivated area and incorporate traits such as herbicide, insect and disease resistance, abiotic stress tolerance, high yield, and improved nutritional quality. Maize transformation, which is a prerequisite for genetically modified maize development, is no longer a major bottleneck. Protocols using morphogenic regulators have evolved significantly towards increasing transformation frequency and genotype independence. Emerging technologies using either stable or transient expression and tissue culture-independent methods, such as direct genome editing using RNA-guided endonuclease system as an in vivo desired-target mutator, simultaneous double haploid production and editing/haploid-inducer-mediated genome editing, and pollen transformation, are expected to lead significant progress in maize biotechnology. This review summarises the significant advances in maize transformation protocols, technologies, and applications and discusses the current status, including a pipeline for trait development and regulatory issues related to current and future genetically modified and genetically edited maize varieties.
Thesagro: Milho
Biotecnologia
Genética
Genética Vegetal
NAL Thesaurus: Biotechnology
Genetics
Plant genetics
Data Created: 2021-11-24
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