Further characterization of a rice AGL12 group MADS-box gene, OsMADS26

Shinyoung Lee, Young Min Woo, Sung Il Ryu, Young Duck Shin, Woo Taek Kim, Young Park Ky, In Jung Lee, Gynheung An

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Abstract

Plant MADS-box genes can be divided into 11 groups. Genetic analysis has revealed that most of them function in flowering-time control, reproductive organ development, and vegetative growth. Here, we elucidated the role of OsMADS26, a member of the AGL12 group. Transcript levels of OsMADS26 were increased in an age-dependent manner in the shoots and roots. Transgenic plants of both rice (Oryza sativa) and Arabidopsis (Arabidopsis thaliana) overexpressing this gene manifested phenotypes related to stress responses, such as chlorosis, cell death, pigment accumulation, and defective root/shoot growth. In addition, apical hook development was significantly suppressed in Arabidopsis. Plants transformed with the OsMADS26-GR (glucocorticoid receptor) fusion construct displayed those stress-related phenotypes when treated with dexamethasone. Microarray analyses using this inducible system showed that biosynthesis genes for jasmonate, ethylene, and reactive oxygen species, as well as putative downstream targets involved in the stress-related process, were up-regulated in OsMADS26-overexpressing plants. These results suggest that OsMADS26 induces multiple responses that are related to various stresses.

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)156-168
Number of pages13
JournalPlant physiology
Volume147
Issue number1
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 2008 May 1

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Hypochromic Anemia
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shoots
genes
Genetically Modified Plants
Glucocorticoid Receptors
dexamethasone
Microarray Analysis
chlorosis
Growth and Development
Dexamethasone
vegetative growth
genetic techniques and protocols
cell death
ethylene
transgenic plants

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  • Genetics
  • Plant Science

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Lee, S., Woo, Y. M., Ryu, S. I., Shin, Y. D., Kim, W. T., Ky, Y. P., ... An, G. (2008). Further characterization of a rice AGL12 group MADS-box gene, OsMADS26. Plant physiology, 147(1), 156-168. https://doi.org/10.1104/pp.107.114256
Lee, Shinyoung ; Woo, Young Min ; Ryu, Sung Il ; Shin, Young Duck ; Kim, Woo Taek ; Ky, Young Park ; Lee, In Jung ; An, Gynheung. / Further characterization of a rice AGL12 group MADS-box gene, OsMADS26. In: Plant physiology. 2008 ; Vol. 147, No. 1. pp. 156-168.
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