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Type: Artigo
Title: S-nitrosoglutathione Promotes Cell Wall Remodelling, Alters The Transcriptional Profile And Induces Root Hair Formation In The Hairless Root Hair Defective 6 (rhd6) Mutant Of Arabidopsis Thaliana
Author: Moro
Camila Fernandes; Gaspar
Marilia; da Silva
Felipe Rodrigues; Pattathil
Sivakumar; Hahn
Michael G.; Salgado
Ione; Braga
Marcia Regina
Abstract: Nitric oxide (NO) exerts pleiotropic effects on plant development; however, its involvement in cell wall modification during root hair formation (RHF) has not yet been addressed. Here, mutants of Arabidopsis thaliana with altered root hair phenotypes were used to assess the involvement of S-nitrosoglutathione (GSNO), the primary NO source, in cell wall dynamics and gene expression in roots induced to form hairs. GSNO and auxin restored the root hair phenotype of the hairless root hair defective 6 (rhd6) mutant. A positive correlation was observed between increased NO production and RHF induced by auxin in rhd6 and transparent testa glabra (ttg) mutants. Deposition of an epitope within rhamnogalacturonan-I recognized by the CCRC-M2 antibody was delayed in root hair cells (trichoblasts) compared with nonhair cells (atrichoblasts). GSNO, but not auxin, restored the wild-type root glycome and transcriptome profiles in rhd6, modulating the expression of a large number of genes related to cell wall composition and metabolism, as well as those encoding ribosomal proteins, DNA and histone-modifying enzymes and proteins involved in post-translational modification. Our results demonstrate that NO plays a key role in cell wall remodelling in trichoblasts and suggest that it also participates in chromatin modification in root cells of A. thaliana.
Subject: Arabidopsis Thaliana
Cell Wall
Glycome Profile
Nitric Oxide
Root Hair
Editor: Wiley-Blackwell
Citation: New Phytologist. Wiley-blackwell, v. 213, p. 1771 - 1786, 2017.
Rights: fechado
Identifier DOI: 10.1111/nph.14309
Date Issue: 2017
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