Cuphea [beta]-ketoacyl-ACP synthase shifts the synthesis of fatty acids towards shorter chains in Arabidopsis seeds expressing Cuphea FatB thioesterases.
Considerable progress has been made in developing very high C18:1 oilseed by engineering of the [DELTA]12-desaturase and FatB thioesterase.
With the objective of developing Brassica oilseed as an alternative source of SMCFA, FatB thioesterase genes were isolated from a number of noncrop plant species accumulating high levels of SMCFA C16:0 and C18:1 in their seed oil.
The ability to engineer a nonlaurate-accumulating plant for C12:0 production was first demonstrated by transforming Arabidopsis with a FatB gene cloned from California Bay tree [Umbellularia californica (Hook.
paniculata at different development stages; the result founded that the key regulatory enzymes involved in lipid metabolism (ACC, KASII, KASIII, FATA, FATB
, ACSL, SAD, FAD2, GPAT9, LPCAT1, DGAT1, and PDAT1) were determined and they play vital roles in the oil accumulation in S.
Item no: 1 non-comprehensive maintenance charges per month of 3ph fatb for 4th year.
Charges of 3ph fatb 4th year,single phase fully automatic meter test benches,non-comp.