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RUBICON FORESTS HOLDINGS Ltd and ArborGen Inc. | Date: 2011-08-04

Novel isolated plant polynucleotide promoter sequences are provided, together with genetic constructs comprising such polynucleotides. Methods for using such constructs in modulating the transcription of DNA sequences of interest are also disclosed, together with transgenic plants comprising such constructs.


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Rubicon Forests Holdings Ltd and ArborGen Inc. | Date: 2011-03-09

Novel isolated polynucleotides and polypeptides associated with the lignin biosynthetic pathway are provided, together with genetic constructs including such sequences. Methods for the modulation of lignin content, lignin structure and lignin composition in target organisms are also disclosed, the methods comprising incorporating one or more of the polynucleotides of the present invention into the genome of a target organism.


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ArborGen Inc. | Date: 2012-11-19

The present invention relates to methods for developing embryos and producing germination-competent embryos using a liquid embryo development media.


Patent
ArborGen Inc. | Date: 2015-02-20

The invention provides polynucleotide sequences isolated from plants encoding transcription factors. Polypeptides encoded by the polynucleotides are also provided. Products and methods of use are disclosed.


Patent
ArborGen Inc. | Date: 2011-05-18

The present invention relates to the regulation of reproductive development, particularly to the genetic ablation of reproductive tissues in angiosperm and gymnosperm species. Reproductive-preferred promoters, regulatory elements, and cytotoxic nucleotide sequences are disclosed herein, as are constructs and methods for genetic ablation.


Patent
ArborGen Inc. | Date: 2013-03-13

A new and distinct variety of loblolly pine tree named 01PM0038, particularly characterized by high rust resistance, uniform, rapid growth, stem straightness and moderate branch angle.


Patent
ArborGen Inc. | Date: 2012-06-13

The present invention relates to the regulation of reproductive development, particularly to the genetic ablation of reproductive tissues in angiosperm and gymnosperm species. Reproductive-preferred promoters, regulatory elements, and cytotoxic nucleotide sequences are disclosed herein, as are constructs and methods for genetic ablation.


An apparatus for preparing multiple plant embryos for plant production includes a first station having a first rack system configured to support at least one incubation vessel, a second station having an automated member configured to manipulate the at least one incubation vessel and a third station having a second rack system configured to support the at least one incubation vessel after being manipulated by the automated member. The second station can be selectively adjusted to perform more than one operation required in the development of plant embryos.


Patent
ArborGen Inc. | Date: 2010-12-29

Novel plant monolignol synthesis, monolignol transport, and lignin polymerization genes and polypeptides encoded by such genes are provided. These genes and polynucleotide sequences are useful regulating the lignification process and plant phenotype. Moreover, these genes are useful for expression profiling of plant monolignol synthesis, monolignol transport, and lignin polymerization genes. The invention specifically provides polynucleotide and polypeptide sequences isolated from Eucalyptus and Pinus.


Patent
ArborGen Inc. | Date: 2012-11-07

DNA constructs comprising a first DNA segment that corresponds to at least a portion of a gene in the monolignol biosynthetic pathway, a spacer DNA segment, and a second DNA segment that is complementary to the first DNA segment can be used to reduce or modulate the lignin content in plants. In some embodiments, DNA constructs comprise at least a portion of a gene for 4CL, C3H, CCR, C4H, CaId5H, SAD or CCoAOMT. Vascular-preferred and constitutive promoters can be used to drive expression of the constructs.

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