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NASC ID: N77137

Name: Nyl-7

ABRC stock number: CS77137

Description: Natural accession sequenced by the M. Nordborg laboratory at the Gregor Mendel Institute of Molecular Plant Biology Austria, as part of the 1001 Genomes Project. Bulk seed were collected from siblings of a single sequenced plant.

Donation Date: 2008-11-14

Donated by:  University of Chicago Joy Bergelson

Donor Number: 6069

Part of : 1001 Genomes Project

Stock type: individual line

Material type: seed

Status Price (£)
Available £7.50

Germplasm Info

Genus: Arabidopsis     Species: thaliana

Seed type: Ecotype

Background: Nyl-7

Segregation status: unknown

Growth requirement: These accessions spend most of their natural lives at temperatures below 10C. Vernalization is required to promote flowering if they are grown at higher temperatures (i.e. 22-23C). Recommended growth conditions: one week of stratification at 4C to overcome seed dormancy and accomplish optimal germination, followed by 70-160 days of growth at 10C to induce flowering under long day conditions (16h light/8h dark). Alternative growth conditions: one week of stratification├┐at 4C to overcome seed dormancy and accomplish optimal germination, followed by two weeks of growth at 22-23C, 8-10 weeks of vernalization at 4C and 10-40 days at 22-23C to induce flowering under long day conditions (16h light/8h dark).

Phenotype

Large rosette with numerous leaves; elongated leaves with elongated petioles; irregular leaf surface; leaf margins serrated; observed flowering time was greater than 50 days after planting; dark-green plant; numerous axillary inflorescences; leggy plant; short internodes; average height = 72 cm.

Ecotype data

Location: Nyland

Country: SWEDEN

Latitude Min: 62.9513

Latitude Max: 62.9513

Longitude Min: 18.2763

Longitude Max: 18.2763

References

Long et al. 2013. Massive genomic variation and strong selection in Arabidopsis thaliana lines from Sweden. Nature genetics 45(8):884-90. PubMed ID: 23793030.