Genome-wide analysis and characterization of heat shock transcription factors (Hsfs) in common bean (Phaseolus vulgaris L.) View Full Text


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2022-06-20

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B. Mallick, M. Kumari, S. K. Pradhan, Parmeswaran C., G. C. Acharya, P. Naresh, Bishnupriya Das, P. Shashankar

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Heat shock transcription factors (Hsfs) play an essential role as transcriptional regulatory proteins against heat stress by controlling the expression of heat-responsive genes. Common bean is a highly thermosensitive crop, and, therefore, its genome sequence information is segregated, characterized here in terms of heat shock transcription factors and its evolutionary significance. In this study, a complete comprehensive set of 29 non-redundant full-length Hsf genes were identified and characterized from Phaseolus vulgaris L. (PvHsf) genome sequence. Detailed gene information such as chromosomal localization, domain position, motif organization, and exon–intron identification were analyzed. All the 29 PvHsf genes were mapped on 8 out of 11 chromosomes, indicating the gene duplication occurred in the common bean genome. Motif analysis and exon–intron structure were conserved in each group, which showed that the cytoplasmic proteins highly influence the conserved structure of PvHsfs and heat-induced response. The HSF genes were grouped into three classes, i.e., A to C and 14 groups, based on structural features and phylogenetic relationships. Only one pair of paralog sequences suggests that it may be derived from the duplication event during evolution. A comparative genomics study indicated the influence of whole-genome duplication and purifying selection on the common bean genome during development. In silico expression analysis showed the active role of class A and B family during abiotic stress conditions and higher expression in floral organs. The qRT-PCR analysis revealed PvHSFA8 as the master regulator and PvHSFB1A and PvHSFB2A induction during heat exposure in French beans. More... »

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