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From: HC-Pro silencing suppressor significantly alters the gene expression profile in tobacco leaves and flowers

Figure 1

Phenotypes observed in Nicotiana tabacum plants expressing HC-Pro transgene. A typical morphology of flowers is indicated in the upper part of the figure (A-C). A wild type tobacco flower is presented in A, a vector control flower (pBIN61) in B and a transgenic HC-Pro expressing flower in C. Phenotypes of two wild type tobacco plants at the flowering state (on the left) and one vector control plant (pBIN61, in between of these wild type plants) and four transgenic HC-Pro expressing plants are presented in D. One representative of one-month old wild type tobacco plant (E) and one transgenic HC-Pro expressing plant (F) demonstrating differences in growth and leaf morphology. A growing pattern of 10 one-month old wild type tobacco plants (G) and 10 transgenic HC-Pro expressing plants (H) are presented at the bottom of the figure

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