The Ti plasmid
John W. Einset, Cell Interaction Group
California Agriculture 36(8):15-16. DOI: 10.3733/ca.v036n08p15.
John W. Einset, Assistant Professor, Botany and Plant Sciences, Cell Interaction Group, U.C., Riverside.
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Crown gall, a bacterial disease of dicots and gymnosperms, is characterized by tu-morous overgrowths on infected plants. Because the disease involves gene transfer from a bacterium to a plant cell and subsequent expression of new characteristics, crown gall has tremendous potential as a vector for genetic manipulation of important agricultural crops.