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Author Kano A., Fukumoto T., Ohtani K., Yoshihara A., Ohara T., Tajima S., Izumori K., Tanaka K., Ohkouchi T., Ishida Y., Nishizawa Y., Ichimura K., Tada Y., Gomi K., Akimitsu K.
Title The rare sugar D-allose acts as a triggering molecule of rice defence via ROS generation.
Abstract:
Only d-allose, among various rare monosaccharides tested, induced resistance to Xanthomonas oryzae pv. oryzae in susceptible rice leaves with defence responses: reactive oxygen species, lesion mimic formation, and PR-protein gene expression. These responses were suppressed by ascorbic acid or diphenylene iodonium. Transgenic rice plants overexpressing OsrbohC, encoding NADPH oxidase, were enhanced in sensitivity to d-allose. d-Allose-mediated defence responses were suppressed by the presence of a hexokinase inhibitor. 6-Deoxy-d-allose, a structural derivative of d-allose unable to be phosphorylated, did not confer resistance. Transgenic rice plants expressing Escherichia coli AlsK encoding d-allose kinase to increase d-allose 6-phosphate synthesis were more sensitive to d-allose, but E. coli AlsI encoding d-allose 6-phosphate isomerase expression to decrease d-allose 6-phosphate reduced sensitivity. A d-glucose 6-phosphate dehydrogenase-defective mutant was also less sensitive, and OsG6PDH1 complementation restored full sensitivity. These results reveal that a monosaccharide, d-allose, induces rice resistance to X. oryzae pv. oryzae by activating NADPH oxidase through the activity of d-glucose 6-phosphate dehydrogenase, initiated by hexokinase-mediated conversion of d-allose to d-allose 6-phosphate, and treatment with d-allose might prove to be useful for reducing disease development in rice.
Journal J. Exp. Bot.
Country Japan
Volume 64(16)
Pages 4939-51
Year 2013
PubMed ID 24014866
PubMed Central ID 3830479
DOI 10.1093/jxb/ert282
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Gene HXK5 HXK6 RBOHB RBOHC RBOHD _ _ _ _ _ _
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