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Title : Strigolactone perception and deactivation by a hydrolase receptor DWARF14 - Seto_2019_Nat.Commun_10_191
Author(s) : Seto Y , Yasui R , Kameoka H , Tamiru M , Cao M , Terauchi R , Sakurada A , Hirano R , Kisugi T , Hanada A , Umehara M , Seo E , Akiyama K , Burke J , Takeda-Kamiya N , Li W , Hirano Y , Hakoshima T , Mashiguchi K , Noel JP , Kyozuka J , Yamaguchi S
Ref : Nat Commun , 10 :191 , 2019
Abstract : The perception mechanism for the strigolactone (SL) class of plant hormones has been a subject of debate because their receptor, DWARF14 (D14), is an alpha/beta-hydrolase that can cleave SLs. Here we show via time-course analyses of SL binding and hydrolysis by Arabidopsis thaliana D14, that the level of uncleaved SL strongly correlates with the induction of the active signaling state. In addition, we show that an AtD14(D218A) catalytic mutant that lacks enzymatic activity is still able to complement the atd14 mutant phenotype in an SL-dependent manner. We conclude that the intact SL molecules trigger the D14 active signaling state, and we also describe that D14 deactivates bioactive SLs by the hydrolytic degradation after signal transmission. Together, these results reveal that D14 is a dual-functional receptor, responsible for both the perception and deactivation of bioactive SLs.
ESTHER : Seto_2019_Nat.Commun_10_191
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PubMedID: 30643123
Gene_locus related to this paper: arath-AtD14

Title : NRG1 functions downstream of EDS1 to regulate TIR-NLR-mediated plant immunity in Nicotiana benthamiana - Qi_2018_Proc.Natl.Acad.Sci.U.S.A_115_E10979
Author(s) : Qi T , Seong K , Thomazella DPT , Kim JR , Pham J , Seo E , Cho MJ , Schultink A , Staskawicz BJ
Ref : Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A , 115 :E10979 , 2018
Abstract : Effector-triggered immunity (ETI) in plants involves a large family of nucleotide-binding leucine-rich repeat (NLR) immune receptors, including Toll/IL-1 receptor-NLRs (TNLs) and coiled-coil NLRs (CNLs). Although various NLR immune receptors are known, a mechanistic understanding of NLR function in ETI remains unclear. The TNL Recognition of XopQ 1 (Roq1) recognizes the effectors XopQ and HopQ1 from Xanthomonas and Pseudomonas, respectively, which activates resistance to Xanthomonas euvesicatoria and Xanthomonas gardneri in an Enhanced Disease Susceptibility 1 (EDS1)-dependent way in Nicotiana benthamiana In this study, we found that the N. benthamiana N requirement gene 1 (NRG1), a CNL protein required for the tobacco TNL protein N-mediated resistance to tobacco mosaic virus, is also essential for immune signaling [including hypersensitive response (HR)] triggered by the TNLs Roq1 and Recognition of Peronospora parasitica 1 (RPP1), but not by the CNLs Bs2 and Rps2, suggesting that NRG1 may be a conserved key component in TNL signaling pathways. Besides EDS1, Roq1 and NRG1 are necessary for resistance to Xanthomonas and Pseudomonas in N. benthamiana NRG1 functions downstream of Roq1 and EDS1 and physically associates with EDS1 in mediating XopQ-Roq1-triggered immunity. Moreover, RNA sequencing analysis showed that XopQ-triggered gene-expression profile changes in N. benthamiana were almost entirely mediated by Roq1 and EDS1 and were largely regulated by NRG1. Overall, our study demonstrates that NRG1 is a key component that acts downstream of EDS1 to mediate various TNL signaling pathways, including Roq1 and RPP1-mediated HR, resistance to Xanthomonas and Pseudomonas, and XopQ-regulated transcriptional changes in N. benthamiana.
ESTHER : Qi_2018_Proc.Natl.Acad.Sci.U.S.A_115_E10979
PubMedSearch : Qi_2018_Proc.Natl.Acad.Sci.U.S.A_115_E10979
PubMedID: 30373842

Title : New reference genome sequences of hot pepper reveal the massive evolution of plant disease-resistance genes by retroduplication - Kim_2017_Genome.Biol_18_210
Author(s) : Kim S , Park J , Yeom SI , Kim YM , Seo E , Kim KT , Kim MS , Lee JM , Cheong K , Shin HS , Kim SB , Han K , Lee J , Park M , Lee HA , Lee HY , Lee Y , Oh S , Lee JH , Choi E , Lee SE , Jeon J , Kim H , Choi G , Song H , Lee SC , Kwon JK , Koo N , Hong Y , Kim RW , Kang WH , Huh JH , Kang BC , Yang TJ , Lee YH , Bennetzen JL , Choi D
Ref : Genome Biol , 18 :210 , 2017
Abstract : BACKGROUND: Transposable elements are major evolutionary forces which can cause new genome structure and species diversification. The role of transposable elements in the expansion of nucleotide-binding and leucine-rich-repeat proteins (NLRs), the major disease-resistance gene families, has been unexplored in plants. RESULTS: We report two high-quality de novo genomes (Capsicum baccatum and C. chinense) and an improved reference genome (C. annuum) for peppers. Dynamic genome rearrangements involving translocations among chromosomes 3, 5, and 9 were detected in comparison between C. baccatum and the two other peppers. The amplification of athila LTR-retrotransposons, members of the gypsy superfamily, led to genome expansion in C. baccatum. In-depth genome-wide comparison of genes and repeats unveiled that the copy numbers of NLRs were greatly increased by LTR-retrotransposon-mediated retroduplication. Moreover, retroduplicated NLRs are abundant across the angiosperms and, in most cases, are lineage-specific. CONCLUSIONS: Our study reveals that retroduplication has played key roles for the massive emergence of NLR genes including functional disease-resistance genes in pepper plants.
ESTHER : Kim_2017_Genome.Biol_18_210
PubMedSearch : Kim_2017_Genome.Biol_18_210
PubMedID: 29089032
Gene_locus related to this paper: capch-q75qh4 , capan-a0a1u8fuf5 , capan-a0a1u8gmz3 , capch-a0a2g3bqp0 , capba-a0a2g2vcw4 , capan-a0a1u8flz5 , capch-a0a2g3bau3 , capch-a0a2g3b6c0 , capan-a0a2g2y016 , capch-a0a2g3cje8 , capba-a0a2g2xr67 , capan-a0a1u8fpc9 , capan-a0a1u8fqs3 , capan-a0a1u8ft99 , capan-a0a2g2xtt0 , capan-a0a1u8eu02 , capan-a0a1u8hd13 , capan-a0a2g2y0b6

Title : Life Table and Sensitivity Analysis as Fitness Evaluation Method of Fenpyroximate and Pyridaben Resistant Twospotted Spider Mite (Tetranychus urticae Koch) - Sim_2003_J.Asia.Pac.Entomol_6_193
Author(s) : Sim C , Seo E , Cho K
Ref : Journal of Asia-Pacific Entomology , 6 :193 , 2003
Abstract : Fitness associated with pesticide resistance was assessed in twospotted spider mites, Tetranychus urticae Koch, using life table analysis. Two strains resistant to fenpyroximate (FR) and pyridaben (PR), and one susceptible strain (S) were included in this study. Two reciprocal crosses (FRmalexSfemale and PRmalzxSfemale) were established by conventional crossing procedure. Intrinsic rate of natural increase (rm) was used as a comparative parameter of reproductive fitness among 3 parent strains (FR, PR, and S) and two reciprocal crosses. Sensitivity analysis was performed to evaluate significances of biological factors contributing to rm. The rm values were not significantly different from each other, with an exception of FRmalexSfemale cross and ranged from 0.250 to 0.274 per day. Sensitivity analysis revealed that birth rate (b) and mortality (u) effects could account for the effect on rm in the two resistant strains. Contributions of b and mu to rm was markedly different in two resistant strains; high contribution in b and low in u. Age at the first reproduction (t) and age at the last reproduction (tw) made roughly equal contributions to rm between the strains and the crosses. This study clearly showed that how rm was affected by various biological factors and provided a basic analytical tool for pesticide resistant management.
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