Overexpression of a cyanobacterial phosphoenolpyruvate carboxylase with diminished sensitivity to feedback inhibition in Arabidopsis changes amino acid metabolism View Full Text


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2004-03-31

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Li-Mei Chen, Kun-Zhi Li, Tetsuya Miwa, Katsura Izui

ABSTRACT

Phosphoenolpyruvate carboxylase (EC 4.1.1.31) from Synechococcus vulcanus (SvPEPC) is a unique enzyme, being almost insensitive to feedback inhibition at neutral pH. In order to assess its usefulness in metabolic engineering of plants, SvPEPC was expressed in Arabidopsis thaliana (L.) Heynh. under the control of the cauliflower mosaic virus 35S promoter. About one-third of the transformants of the T1 generation showed severe visible phenotypes such as leaf bleaching and were infertile when grown on soil. However, no such phenotype was observed with Arabidopsis transformed with Zea mays L. PEPC (ZmPEPC) for C4 photosynthesis, which is normally sensitive to a feedback inhibitor, l-malate. For the SvPEPC transformants of the T2 generation, which had been derived from fertile T1 transformants, three kinds of phenotype were observed when plants were grown on an agar medium containing sucrose: Type-I plants showed poor growth and a block in true leaf development; Type-II plants produced a few true leaves, which were partially bleached; Type-III plants were apparently normal. In Type-I plants, total PEPC activity was increased about 2-fold over the control plant but there was no such increase in Type-III plants. The phenotypes of Type-I plants were rescued when the sucrose-containing agar medium was supplemented with aromatic amino acids. Measurement of the free amino acid content in whole seedlings of Type-I transformants revealed that the levels of the aromatic amino acids Phe and Tyr were lowered significantly as compared with the control plants. In contrast, the levels of several amino acids of the aspartic and glutamic families, such as Asn, Gln and Arg, were markedly enhanced (4- to 8-fold per plant fresh weight). However, when the medium was supplemented with aromatic amino acids, the levels of Asn, Gln, and Arg decreased to levels slightly higher than those of control plants, accompanied by growth recovery. Taken together, it can be envisaged that SvPEPC is capable of efficiently exerting its activity in the plant cell environment so as to cause imbalance between aromatic and non-aromatic amino acid syntheses. The growth inhibition of Type-I plants was presumed to be primarily due to a decreased availability of phosphoenolpyruvate, one of the precursors for the shikimate pathway for the synthesis of aromatic amino acids and phenylpropanoids. The possible usefulness of SvPEPC as one of the key components for installing the C4-like pathway is proposed. More... »

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440-449

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