Table 1.

Single T-DNA Insertion Lines Tested for Their Ability to Block the Phenotypic Consequences of FAMApro:CAMKK9 Expression

GeneT-DNA Insertion LineAccession Number
MPK1SALK_63847CAT1G10210
MPK1SALK_122198CAT1G10210
MPK2SALK_047422CAT1G59580
MPK3SALK_100651AT3G45640
MPK6SALK_074003AT2G43790
MPK7SALK_038863AT2G18170
MPK8SALK_219553CAT1G18150
MPK10SALK_026099CAT3G59790
MPK11SALK_049352CAT1G01560
MPK14SALK_018940CAT4G36450
MPK15SALK_046143CAT1G73670
MPK16SALK_059737CAT5G19010
MPK18SALK_069399CAT1G53510
MPK19SALK_075213CAT3G14720
MPK20SALK_090004AT2G42880
  • The FAMApro:CA-MKK9 transgene was introduced into plants homozygous for each T-DNA insertion listed to determine which, if any, potential mpk-mutant lines blocked the ability of MKK9 activity to promote the formation of guard cell clustering and overproliferation. Neither guard cell overproliferation nor patterning defects was blocked in any line.