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Author Chen Z., Gao X., Zhang J.
Title Alteration of osa-miR156e expression affects rice plant architecture and strigolactones (SLs) pathway.
Abstract:
Overexpressing osa - miR156e in rice produced a bushy mutant and osa - miR156e regulation of tillering may do this through the strigolactones (SLs) pathway. Appropriate downregulation of osa - miR156 expression contributed to the improvement of plant architecture. Tillering is one of the main determinants for rice architecture and yield. In this study, a bushy mutant of rice was identified with increased tiller number, reduced plant height, prolonged heading date, low seed setting, and small panicle size due to a T-DNA insertion which essentially elevated the expression of osa-miR156e. Transgenic plants with constitutive expression of osa-miR156e also had the bushy phenotype, which showed osa-miR156 may control apical dominance and tiller outgrowth via regulating the strigolactones signaling pathway. Furthermore, the extent of impaired morphology was correlated with the expression level of osa-miR156e. In an attempt to genetically improve rice architecture, ectopic expression of osa-miR156e under the GAL4-UAS system or OsTB1 promoter was conducted. According to agronomic trait analysis, pTB1:osa-miR156e transgenic plants significantly improved the grain yield per plant compared to plants overexpressing osa-miR156e, even though the yield was still inferior to the wild type, making it a very interesting albeit negative result. Our results suggested that osa-miR156 could serve as a potential tool for modifying rice plant architecture through genetic manipulation of the osa-miR156 expression level.
Journal Plant Cell Rep.
Country China
Volume 34(5)
Pages 767-81
Year 2015
PubMed ID 25604991
PubMed Central ID -
DOI 10.1007/s00299-015-1740-x
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Gene D14 D27 D3 MIR156E
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Lethal Embryo
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Stages in Each Organ
- Muant Lines (Gene)
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