Table I.

Categories of 35S-LeT6 tomato transformants

Late PhenotypeTransformantEarly PhenotypeEctopic MeristemsCopy No.
Type I (Bladeless, simple)1a, 1bNA-a +-b ND-c
3aNA + ND
4aNA + ND
7aNA + ND
13aNA + ND
14aNA + ND
Type II (Branched floral)1bNA + ND
2a, 2bNA + ND
13bNA + ND
22a, 22aNA + ND
32aNA + ND
42a, 42bNA + ND
Type III (Staghorn leaf)13bStaghorn-e 4 
25a*-d 1 
Type IV (Bladeless, compound)4b* 4–5 
11b* 1 
14b* 2–3 
16aStaghorn2 
19aStaghorn4 
21aSame+ 1 
Type V (Bladed, compound)4c, 4d, 4eSame4–5 
6a, 6bSame2 
10a* 1 
11aStaghorn1 
12aBladeless compoundND
23a, 23bSameND
24aSameND
9a, 9b* 1-f
Type VI (Multiple leaf types)2cBladeless compound+ 2 
9cBladed compound3-f
12bBladed compound1 
31a* 1 
26aBladed compound+ 3 

Copy number was determined by DNA gel-blot analysis ofHindIII-digested DNA probed with the NptII probe.

    • F0-a NA, Not applicable because plants did not survive transplantation.

    • F0-b +, Present.

    • F0-c ND, Not determined.

    • F0-d *, Early phenotype not determined.

    • F0-e –, Not present.

    • F0-f Nonclonal plants from “one” callus.