An Integrated Functional Genomics and Genetics Approach for the Plant’s Function in Symbiotic Nodulation View Full Text


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2001

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P. M. Gresshoff , A. E. Men , T. Maguire , S. Grimmond , D. Lohar , S. Ayanru , K. Meksem , D. Lightfoot , J. Stiller

ABSTRACT

Recent advances of high throughput DNA sequencing, bioinformatics robotics, BAC libraries, microarrays, insertional mutagenesis as well as promoter trapping open the opportunity for an integrated function and structure analysis of the genomes of soybean (Glycine max) and the model legume Lotus japonicus. We are specifically interested in the plant’s role during the establishment of nodule morphogenesis, and the genes shared during seemingly related developmental programs leading either to nodule or lateral root formation. Additionally our research seeks to elucidate plant genetic controls over plant-microbe interactions and symbiotic signaling of both Rhizobium and mycorrhizal symbioses. Nodulation in legumes involves the complex interaction of bacterial genes and their products with plant developmental processes governing mitogenic signal perception, signal transduction and morphogenesis. The challenge is to understand the plant’s genetic contribution to this symbiosis with the aim to improve natural associations of benefit for agriculture and the environment. Plant mutations were induced using EMS, fast neutron deletion as well as insertion mutagenesis. Single recessive loci were mapped using molecular markers, which were used to isolate soybean BAC clones to generate contigs spanning mutant deletions. Special emphasis was given to the Nts-1 locus of soybean that governs autoregulation of nodulation. If mutated, this locus leads to abundant nodulation (supernodulation) as well as nitrate tolerance in nodulation. Expression analysis of nodulation events using 4,200 micro-arrayed root ESTs was initiated to detect gene products temporarily expressed during early nodulation. Lotus japonicus as compared to soybean facilitates high throughput insertional mutagenesis and promoter trapping. Insertion of a promoter-less gus-reporter gene allowed the isolation of activated plant lines that showed development specific gus-gene expression. Isolation of flanking DNA sequences provided information of potential promoters and gene function as well as providing a link between structural and functional elements of nodulation-related genes. Evidence suggests that many nodule initiation functions evolved or are shared with lateral root related processes. The possibility exists that several non-legumes share such genes. More... »

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275-283

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Molecular Breeding of Forage Crops

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978-90-481-5676-4
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