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High levels of jasmonic acid antagonize the biosynthesis of gibberellins and inhibit the growth of Nicotiana attenuata stems
Heinrich, Maria ; Hettenhausen, Christian ; Lange, Theo ; Wuensche, Hendrik ; Fang, Jingjing ; Baldwin, Ian T. ; Wu, Jianqiang
Corresponding AuthorWu, JQ (reprint author), Chinese Acad Sci, Key Lab Econ Plants & Biotechnol, Kunming Inst Bot, Lanhei Rd 132, Kunming 650201, Peoples R China. ; jwu@ice.mpg.de
2013
Source PublicationPLANT JOURNAL
ISSN0960-7412
Volume73Issue:4Pages:591-606
AbstractHormones play pivotal roles in regulating plant development, growth, and stress responses, and cross-talk among different hormones fine-tunes various aspects of plant physiology. Jasmonic acid (JA) is important for plant defense against herbivores and necrotic fungi and also regulates flower development; in addition, Arabidopsis mutants over-producing JA usually have stunted stems and wound-induced jasmonates suppress Arabidopsis growth, suggesting that JA is also involved in stem elongation. Gibberellins (GAs) promote stem and leaf growth and modulate seed germination, flowering time, and the development of flowers, fruits, and seeds. However, little is known about the interaction between the JA and GA pathways. Two calcium-dependent protein kinases, CDPK4 and CDPK5, are important suppressors of JA accumulation in a wild tobacco species, Nicotiana attenuata. The stems of N.attenuata silenced in CDPK4 and CDPK5 (irCDPK4/5 plants) had dramatically increased levels of JA and exhibited stunted elongation and had very high contents of secondary metabolites. Genetic analysis indicated that the high JA levels in irCDPK4/5 stems accounted for the suppressed stem elongation and the accumulation of secondary metabolites. Supplementation of GA3 to irCDPK4/5 plants largely restored normal stem growth to wild-type levels. Measures of GA levels indicated that over-accumulation of JA in irCDPK4/5 stems inhibited the biosynthesis of GAs. Finally, we show that JA antagonizes GA biosynthesis by strongly inhibiting the transcript accumulation of GA20ox and possibly GA13ox, the key genes in GA production, demonstrating that high JA levels antagonize GA biosynthesis in stems.
KeywordJasmonic Acid Gibberellin Phytohormone Interaction Stem Elongation Gibberellin Biosynthesis Nicotiana Attenuata Trypsin Proteinase-inhibitors Plant-growth Cross-talk Molecular-mechanism Insect Herbivores Gene-expression Arabidopsis Responses Defense Accumulation
Subject AreaPlant Sciences
Indexed BySCI
Language英语
Document Type期刊论文
Identifierhttp://ir.kib.ac.cn/handle/151853/16601
Collection资源植物与生物技术所级重点实验室
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Heinrich, Maria,Hettenhausen, Christian,Lange, Theo,et al. High levels of jasmonic acid antagonize the biosynthesis of gibberellins and inhibit the growth of Nicotiana attenuata stems[J]. PLANT JOURNAL,2013,73(4):591-606.
APA Heinrich, Maria.,Hettenhausen, Christian.,Lange, Theo.,Wuensche, Hendrik.,Fang, Jingjing.,...&Wu, Jianqiang.(2013).High levels of jasmonic acid antagonize the biosynthesis of gibberellins and inhibit the growth of Nicotiana attenuata stems.PLANT JOURNAL,73(4),591-606.
MLA Heinrich, Maria,et al."High levels of jasmonic acid antagonize the biosynthesis of gibberellins and inhibit the growth of Nicotiana attenuata stems".PLANT JOURNAL 73.4(2013):591-606.
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