Differential impact of heat stress on the expression of chloroplast-encoded genesстатья Исследовательская статья

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[1] Differential impact of heat stress on the expression of chloroplast-encoded genes / M. N. Danilova, N. V. Kudryakova, A. A. Andreeva et al. // Plant Physiology and Biochemistry. — 2018. — Vol. 129. — P. 90–100. Heat shock is one of the major abiotic factors that causes severe retardation in plant growth and development. To dissect the principal effects of hyperthermia on chloroplast gene expression, we studied the temporal dynamics of transcript accumulation for chloroplast-encoded genes in Arabidopsis thaliana and genes for the chloroplast transcription machinery against a background of changes in physiological parameters. A marked reduction in the transcript amounts of the majority of the genes at the early phases of heat shock (HS) was followed by a return to the baseline levels of rbcL and the housekeeping genes clpP, accD, rps14 and rrn16. The decline in the mRNA levels of trnE (for tRNAglu) and the PSI genes psaA and psaB was opposed by the transient increase in the transcript accumulation of ndhF and the PSII genes psbA, psbD, and psbN and their subsequent reduction with the development of stress. However, the up-regulation of PSII genes in response to elevated temperature was absent in the heat stress-sensitive mutants abi1 and abi2 with the impaired degradation of D2 protein. The expression of rpoA and rpoB, which encode subunits of PEP, was strongly down-regulated throughout the duration of the heat treatment. In addition, heat stress-induced PEP deficiency caused the compensatory up-regulation of the genes for the nuclear-encoded RNA polymerases RPOTp and RPOTmp, the PEP-associated proteins PAP6 and PAP8, the Ser/Thr protein kinase cPCK2, and the stress-inducible sigma factor gene SIG5. Thus, heat stress differentially modulates the transcript accumulation of plastid-encoded genes in A. thaliana at least in part via the expression of HS-responsive nuclear genes for the plastid transcription machinery. [ DOI ]

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