Arabidopsis Basic Leucine-Zipper Transcription Factors TGA9 and TGA10 Interact with Floral Glutaredoxins ROXY1 and ROXY2 and Are Redundantly Required for Anther Development

Autor(en): Murmu, Jhadeswar
Bush, Michael J.
DeLong, Catherine
Li, Shutian
Xu, Mingli
Khan, Madiha
Malcolmson, Caroline
Fobert, Pierre R.
Zachgo, Sabine 
Hepworth, Shelley R.
Stichwörter: DISEASE RESISTANCE PROTEIN; DNA-BINDING ACTIVITY; EXINE FORMATION; GENE ENCODES; JASMONIC ACID BIOSYNTHESIS; MALE-STERILITY; PATTERN-FORMATION; PETAL DEVELOPMENT; Plant Sciences; POLLEN MATURATION; TAPETUM DEVELOPMENT
Erscheinungsdatum: 2010
Herausgeber: AMER SOC PLANT BIOLOGISTS
Journal: PLANT PHYSIOLOGY
Volumen: 154
Ausgabe: 3
Startseite: 1492
Seitenende: 1504
Zusammenfassung: 
ROXY1 and ROXY2 are CC-type floral glutaredoxins with redundant functions in Arabidopsis ( Arabidopsis thaliana) anther development. We show here that plants lacking the basic leucine-zipper transcription factors TGA9 and TGA10 have defects in male gametogenesis that are strikingly similar to those in roxy1 roxy2 mutants. In tga9 tga10 mutants, adaxial and abaxial anther lobe development is differentially affected, with early steps in anther development blocked in adaxial lobes and later steps affected in abaxial lobes. Distinct from roxy1 roxy2, microspore development in abaxial anther lobes proceeds to a later stage with the production of inviable pollen grains contained within nondehiscent anthers. Histological analysis shows multiple defects in the anther dehiscence program, including abnormal stability and lignification of the middle layer and defects in septum and stomium function. Compatible with these defects, TGA9 and TGA10 are expressed throughout early anther primordia but resolve to the middle and tapetum layers during meiosis of pollen mother cells. Several lines of evidence suggest that ROXY promotion of anther development is mediated in part by TGA9 and TGA10. First, TGA9 and TGA10 expression overlaps with ROXY1/2 during anther development. Second, TGA9/10 and ROXY1/2 operate downstream of SPOROCYTELESS/NOZZLE, where they positively regulate a common set of genes that contribute to tapetal development. Third, TGA9 and TGA10 directly interact with ROXY proteins in yeast and in plant cell nuclei. These findings suggest that activation of TGA9/10 transcription factors by ROXY-mediated modification of cysteine residues promotes anther development, thus broadening our understanding of how redox-regulated TGA factors function in plants.
ISSN: 00320889
DOI: 10.1104/pp.110.159111

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