new seed stock received by stock centers

Randy Scholl scholl.1 at osu.edu
Tue Oct 20 13:38:58 EST 1998


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<fontfamily><param>Courier</param><bigger>Dear Colleagues:


	As many of you may be aware, the Arabidopsis Biological Resource
Center (ABRC) and the Nottingham Arabidopsis Stock Centre (NASC) have
been conducting a seed stock donation campaign.  We have sent
solicitation letters and followup electronic mail communications to all
researchers possessing mutant lines.  We are pleased to announce that a
large number of seed stocks have been donated in response to this
inquiry, and we are in the process of preparing these for
distribution.


	Of course, if you have published seed lines or novel, genetically
characterized unpublished stocks, we would still be very pleased to
receive them and include them in the current batch of materials being
prepared for distribution.


	The procedure for submission of seeds is very simple.  Just send
enough healthy seeds for us to propagate the stocks (~50 seeds for most
lines, more for lines propagated as heterozygotes). Along with the
seeds, include some basic information.  We will send a more detailed
questionnaire by return mail. You may donate larger quantities of seeds
if you wish to assist us in making your stocks available to Arabidopsis
researchers as rapidly as possible.  In this case, please send as much
seed as you can afford.


The addresses for sending seeds are:


Dr. Randy Scholl....................Dr. Mary Anderson

ABRC, The Ohio State University.....NASC

309 Botany & Zoology Bldg...........Department of Life Science

1735 Neil Avenue....................University of Nottingham

Columbus, OH 43210..................Nottingham, NG7 2RD

U.S.A...............................U.K.

e-mail: arabidopsis+ at osu.edu........arabidopsis@nottingham.ac.uk

ABRC telephone: 614-292-9371........NASC telephone: +44 115 9791216

ABRC fax:       614-292-0603........NASC fax:       +44 115 9513251


	We look forward to receiving your stocks at any time.  Do not hesitate
to send any lines which you have characterized and are not part of our
collections. The ABRC would also be pleased to receive Arabidopsis
clones carrying genes or identifying RFLPs.


Following is the list of seed stocks already donated during the
campaign period.


Mutants and trangenic lines:


Gene symbol or id....Gene name or description...........Donor


acd1-20.............accelerated cell death..............F. Ausubel Lab

acd2-2..............accelerated cell death..............F. Ausubel Lab

agl8-1..............loss of AGL8 fx (also, ful-1).......M. Yanofsky,

.........................................................R.
Martienssen

AGL8::GUS...........agamous-like GUS expression line....F. Hemple

alb3................albina..............................E. Sundberg

AP1::GUS............apetala1-GUS expression line........F. Hemple

atd2................amidophosphribosyl transferase......E. van der
Graaff

.....................deficient

aux 40..............transgenic expression line..........E. van der
Graaff

bri1-1..............brassinosteroid insensitive.........S. Clouse

cab2::Luc...........cab2-LUC expression line............S. Kay Lab

cep1................constitutive expression of PR.......D. Klessig

.....................genes

cin1................cytokinin insensitive...............J. Kieber Lab

cin2................cytokinin insensitive...............J. Kieber Lab

cin3................cytokinin insensitive...............J. Kieber Lab

cin4................cytokinin insensitive...............J. Kieber Lab

cin5................cytokinin insensitive...............J. Kieber Lab

clf-2...............curly leaf .........................E. Meyerowitz
Lab

cry2-1..............cryptochrome (allelic to fha).......C. Lin

eds5-1..............enhanced disease susceptibility.....F. Ausubel Lab

eds9-1..............enhanced disease susceptibility.....F. Ausubel Lab

ers2-1..............ethylene response sensor, transgen..E. Meyerowitz
Lab

fem1................gametophytic female sterile.........C. Christensen

fem2................gametophytic female sterile.........C. Christensen

fem3................gametophytic female sterile.........C. Christensen

fem4................gametophytic female sterile.........C. Christensen

ffo1-1..............fused floral organs.................E. Meyerowitz
Lab

ffo2-1..............fused floral organs.................E. Meyerowitz
Lab

ffo3-1..............fused floral organs.................E. Meyerowitz
Lab

fur1................FUdR resistant......................J. King

GL1::GUS............glabra1-GUS expression line.........D. Marks

GL2::GUS............glabra2-GUS expression line.........D. Marks

Hog.................altered gene silencing..............I. Furner

.....................- several transgenic lines

ipt161..............transgenic expression line..........E. van der
Graaff

lct.................low CAB 140 transcript..............J. Brusslan

lem7................leaf morphogenesis disrupted........E. Lam/L.
Meisel

LOX2 (-) 12(9)......LOX2 expression.....................E. Bell/J.
Mullet

Control 12(7).......Control for LOX2 line...............E. Bell/J.
Mullet

nit1-1..............resistance to indole-3-acetonitrile.B. Bartel

npr1................non-expression of PR genes..........X. Dong

pnl.................pointed leaves......................E. van der
Graaff

ppt.................posphate/phosphoenol................J. Chory

.....................pyruvate translocation

pup1-1..............phosphatase underproducer...........M. Trull

rga-2, ga1-3........repressor of ga1-3, GA requiring....T. Sun/A.
Silverstone

rot3-1..............rotudifolia.........................H. Tsukaya

rot3-2..............rotudifolia.........................H. Tsukaya

sai1-1..............salicylic acid-insensitive..........D. Klessig/J.
Shah

sem1................semisterile.........................C. Christensen

shi.................short internodes....................E. Sundberg

Sil.................altered transgene silenceing........I. Furner

.....................- transgenic lines

sng1-1..............sinapoyl glucose accumulator........C. Chapple

snv.................supernova...........................S. Kay Lab

srh.................short root hairs....................E. van der
Graaff

stm-4...............shoot meristemless..................T. Laux

stm-5...............shoot meristemless..................T. Laux

stm-6...............shoot meristemless..................T. Laux

tbr.................trichome birefringence..............D. Delmer

toc1................timing of CAB1......................S. Kay Lab

uds.................underdeveloped shoot................E. van der
Graaff

uvr1-1..............ultraviolet repair defective........A. Britt

val-2...............valine resistant....................J. King

wus.................wuschel (shoot meristem defective)..T. Laux

zll-3...............zwille (shootless)..................T. Laux


Ecotypes and other donations:


Name................Description.........................Donor


Alc-0...............ecotype.............................M. Roldan

ecotypes............18 collections, Karelia, Russia.....A. Savushkin

ecotypes............several collections from Kazakstan..I. Al-Shehbaz

recomb. inbreds.....population of 98 lines..............E.Holub/J.
Beynon

tetrad lines........2nd set of 102 backcross lines......D. Preuss

T-DNA lines.........7,000 T-DNA lines as pools..........D. Weigel

gfp lines...........117 expression lines................J. Haseloff


Again, thanks to all of these and previous donors for their support of
Arabidopsis research.


Sincerely,


Randy Scholl.....................Mary  Anderson

ABRC.............................NASC

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