Sequence heterogeneity and differential expression of the α-Amy2 gene family in wheat View Full Text


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1988-10

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Alison K. Huttly, Robert A. Martienssen, David C. Baulcombe

ABSTRACT

The α-Amy2 genes of wheat are a multigene family which is expressed in the aleurone cells of germinating grain under control of the plant hormone gibberellin. A subset of the genes are also expressed in developing grain. Comparison of five genomic clones containing α-Amy2 genes, using DNA sequence analysis and Southern hybridisation, showed that the extent of similarity between genes differed. Two of the most heterogeneous genes compared were located to the same group 7 chromosome while the most similar genes α-Amy2/54 and α-Amy2/8 were located to different ones; hence sequence variation could not be correlated to the ancestry of the α-Amy2 genes during the separate existence of the constituent genomes of hexaploid wheat. Expression of the cloned genes was measured using an S1 nuclease protection assay and this identified α-Amy2/54 and α-Amy2/8 as part of the subset of α-Amy2 genes expressed in both the developing grain and in aleurone cells. Comparison of the 5′ upstream regions of all five genes showed high similarity, with the exception of one gene, up to-280 nucleotides from the transcriptional start, while similarity between α-Amy2/54 and α-Amy2/8 extended a further 90 bp upstream of this point. It is suggested that regulatory elements responsible for tissue specificity and gibberellin regulation may be located within these regions of similarity. More... »

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232-240

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