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Author Hirose F., Inagaki N., Takano M.
Title Differences and similarities in the photoregulation of gibberellin metabolism between rice and dicots.
Abstract:
In rice seedlings, elongation of leaf sheaths is suppressed by light stimuli. The response is mediated by two classes of photoreceptors, phytochromes and cryptochromes. However, it remains unclear how these photoreceptors interact in the process. Our recent study using phytochrome mutants and novel cryptochrome RNAi lines revealed that cryptochromes and phytochromes function cooperatively, but independently to reduce active GA contents in seedlings in visible light. Blue light captured by cryptochrome 1 (cry1a and cry1b) induces robust expression of GA 2-oxidase genes (OsGA2ox4-7). In parallel, phytochrome B with auxiliary action of phytochrome A mediates repression of GA 20-oxidase genes (OsGA20ox2 and OsGA20ox4). The independent effects cumulatively reduce active GA contents, leading to a suppression of leaf sheath elongation. These regulatory mechanisms are distinct from phytochrome B function in dicots. We discuss reasons why the distinct system appeared in rice, and advantages of the rice system in early photomorphogenesis.
Journal Plant Signal Behav
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Volume 8(3)
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Year 2013
PubMed ID 23333965
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Gene GA2OX5 GA2OX6 GA2OX7 GA2OX9 PHYA PHYB PHYC PRL5 SBI SD1 _ _ _
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