Table 1.

Transmission of the Mutant Alleles wdr55-1 and wdr55-2

Genotype of CrossEcotypeMutant LineSMa%SMR (N)bsdTcTEdΔ%e
wdr55-1 +/− selfLerdsg3127Km55.6 (7412)5.180.740.0074.85
wdr55-1 +/− selfColdsg3127Km50.2 (998)2.590.670.0273.87
wdr55-2 +/− selfColWiscDslox430F06BASTA57.7 (1103)5.000.770.0173.89
Wild type × wdr55-1 +/−Lerdsg3127Km29.5 (1000)2.960.590.4229.08
Wild type × wdr55-1 +/−Coldsg3127Km21.1 (1167)5.830.420.2736.64
Wild type × wdr55-2 +/−ColWiscDslox430F06BASTA38.9 (848)12.050.780.6418.15
wdr55-1 +/− × wild typeLerdsg3127Km39.2 (1624)3.570.780.6417.81
wdr55-1 +/− × wild typeColdsg3127Km44.9 (958)3.830.900.819.28
wdr55-2 +/− × wild typeColWiscDslox430F06BASTA44.7 (1555)4.750.890.819.59
  • All crosses are female × male.

  • a Selection marker (SM), kanamycin (Km), and BASTA.

  • b Percentage of SM-resistant (SMR) plants in progeny. N is the number of individuals counted.

  • c Transmission of the mutant allele (T) calculated as T(observed)/T(expected).

  • d Transmission efficiency.

  • e Frequency of defective male or female gametophytes (Δ%) as expected from transmission efficiency (TE). D = 0.5(1 − TE) × 100. TE was calculated according to Howden et al. (1998).