Data from: A tapetal ablation transgene induces stable male-sterility and slows field growth in Populus

Estefania Elorriaga, Richard Meilan, Cathleen Ma, Jeffrey S. Skinner, Elizabeth Etherington, Amy Brunner & Steven H. Strauss
The field performance of genetic containment technologies–considered important for certain uses of transgenic trees in forestry–is poorly known. We tested the efficiency of a barnase gene driven by the TA29 tapetum-dominant promoter for influencing growth rate and inducing male sterility in a field trial of transgenic hybrid poplar (Populus tremula × Populus tremuloides). When the growth of 18 transgenic insertion events with the sterility transgene were compared to non-transgenic controls after two growing seasons, they...
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