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|Title:||Kelch-motif containing acyl-CoA binding proteins AtACBP4 and AtACBP5 are differentially expressed and function in floral lipid metabolism|
|Citation:||Plant Molecular Biology, 2017; 93(1-2):209-225|
|Zi-Wei Ye, Jie Xu, Jianxin Shi, Dabing Zhang, Mee-Len Chye|
|Abstract:||In Arabidopsis thaliana, six acyl-CoA-binding proteins (ACBPs), designated as AtACBP1 to AtACBP6, have been identified to function in plant stress and development. AtACBP4 and AtACBP5 represent the two largest proteins in the AtACBP family. Despite having kelch-motifs and sharing a common cytosolic subcellular localization, AtACBP4 and AtACBP5 differ in spatial and temporal expression. Histological analysis on transgenic Arabidopsis expressing β-glucuronidase driven from the respective AtACBP4 and AtACBP5 promoters, as well as, qRT-PCR analysis revealed that AtACBP4 was expressed at stages 11–14 in mature pollen, while AtACBP5 was expressed at stages 7–10 in the microspores and tapetal cells. Immunoelectron microscopy using AtACBP4- or AtACBP5-specific antibodies further showed that AtACBP4 and AtACBP5 were localized in the cytoplasm. Chemical analysis of bud wax and cutin using gas chromatography-flame ionization detector and GC-mass spectrometry analyses revealed the accumulation of cuticular waxes and cutin monomers in acbp4, acbp5 and acbp4acbp5 buds, in comparison to the wild type. Analysis of inflorescences from acbp4 and acbp5 revealed that there was an increase of AtACBP5 expression in acbp4, and an increase of AtACBP4 expression in acbp5. Deletion analysis of the AtACBP4 and AtACBP5 5′-flanking regions indicated the minimal promoter region for AtACBP4 (−145/+103) and AtACBP5 (−181/+81). Electrophoretic mobility shift assays identified a pollen-specific cis-acting element POLLEN1 (AGAAA) within AtACBP4 (−157/−153) which interacted with nuclear proteins from flower and this was substantiated by DNase I footprinting. These results suggest that AtACBP4 and AtACBP5 both function in floral lipidic metabolism and they may play complementary roles in Arabidopsis microspore-to-pollen development.|
|Keywords:||Acyl-CoA-binding protein; arabidopsis thaliana; lipid metabolism; pollen; POLLEN1; pollen tube|
|Rights:||© Springer Science+Business Media Dordrecht 2016.|
|Appears in Collections:||Agriculture, Food and Wine publications|
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