Resistance Genes in Piper colubrinum: In Silico Survey From Leaf Transcriptome and Expression Studies Upon Challenge Inoculation with Phytophthora capsici View Full Text


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2017-09-20

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Neema Malik, Johnson K. George

ABSTRACT

The oomycetes, Phytophthora capsici, cause foot rot disease in black pepper. Piper colubrinum Link, a distant relative of cultivated black pepper, is highly resistant to this destructive pathogen. Identification of resistance (R) genes in P. colubrinum and the study of its expression profile during interaction with the pathogen can help in understanding the resistance mechanism involved. In the present study, 1289 R gene-related transcripts were mined from P. colubrinum transcriptome, clustered, and classified according to the conserved motifs and domains. Transcripts belonging to four major R gene classes were identified in P. colubrinum, but TIR-NBS-LRR-type R genes were absent. The relative expression of 12 selected R genes was studied using two virulent isolates of P. capsici, and these were found to be upregulated in the initial hours of plant pathogen interaction. The R genes studied were expressed even in aseptically maintained tissue-cultured plants and uninoculated greenhouse-grown plants at basal level suggesting that the plants are geared up with the R gene all the time and are under continuous surveillance for the pathogen and basal level of R gene expression do not require a pathogen trigger. ACT, ATUB, and EIF3E were identified as the most stable reference genes that can be used for real-time PCR study. The present study identified promising R genes in P. colubrinum which can be used in developing Phytophthora-resistant black pepper. More... »

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987-1008

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