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Modified Organism
White birch modified for herbicide tolerance
Record information and status
Record ID
107889
Status
Published
Date of creation
2015-04-01 07:34 UTC (vglebedev@mail.ru)
Date of publication
2015-04-14 17:34 UTC (dina.abdelhakim@cbd.int)

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LMO name
White birch modified for herbicide tolerance
Transformation event
F38Bar1a
Developer(s)
Konstantin Sсhestibratov
Филиал Института биоорганической химии имени академиков М.М.Шемякина и Ю.А.Овчинникова
Пущино
Russian Federation
Phone:+7 4967 330966
Fax:+7 4967 330966
Email:schestibratov.k@yandex.ru
Description
White birch (Betula pubescens) was modified with the insertion of a Phosphinothricin N-acetyltransferase (PAT) expression cassette. The expression of the PAT protein imparts tolerance to the glufosinate herbicide.
Recipient Organism or Parental Organisms
The term Recipient organism refers to an organism (either already modified or non-modified) that was subjected to genetic modification, whereas Parental organisms refers to those that were involved in cross breeding or cell fusion.
Betula pubescens - White birch, Moor birch, Downy birch, European white birch, Hairy birch
Characteristics of the transformation process
Vector
pBIBar
Techniques used for the modification
  • Agrobacterium-mediated DNA transfer
Introduced or modified genetic elements
Some of these genetic elements may be present as fragments or truncated forms. Please see notes below, where applicable.
Phosphinothricin N-acetyltransferase gene - Streptomyces hygroscopicus - STRHY
Resistance to herbicides - Glufosinate
LMO characteristics
Modified traits
Common use(s)
  • Biofuel
  • Timber