Examples of Setaria viridis mutants

Purple panicle spikelets or bristles on Setaria viridis mutant family 00578 M4 observed at St Josephs in Spring 2015
Purple panicle spikelets or bristles on Setaria viridis mutant family 00578 M4 observed at St Josephs in Spring 2015

 

Bald panicle from Mutant family 00317m4
Bald panicle from Mutant family 00317m4

 

Scalloped leaf mutant phenotype
Scalloped leaf mutant phenotype

 

Right: Dwarf Setaria viridis mutant plant along side a wild type plant after flowering
Right: Dwarf Setaria viridis mutant plant along side a wild type plant after flowering

 

The loose panicle mutant phenotype
Left : The loose panicle mutant phenotype

 

The fat-branching panicle mutant phenotype
The fat-branching panicle mutant phenotype

 

The yellow tie dye mutant phenotype
The yellow tie dye mutant phenotype

 

The yellow tie dye mutant phenotype
The yellow tie dye mutant phenotype

 

The yellow stripe leaf mutant phenotype
The yellow stripe leaf mutant phenotype

 

The tiger leaf mutant phenotype
The tiger leaf mutant phenotype

 

The weeping leaf mutant phenotype
Foreground: The weeping leaf mutant phenotype

 

 

The twisted leaf mutant phenotype
Foreground : The twisted leaf mutant phenotype

 

An albino mutant phenotype
Foreground: An albino mutant phenotype

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