Comparative phenotypic and physiological characteristics of spotted Leaf 6 (spl6) and brown leaf Spot2 (bl2) Lesion Mimic Mutants (LMM) in rice

Title
Comparative phenotypic and physiological characteristics of spotted Leaf 6 (spl6) and brown leaf Spot2 (bl2) Lesion Mimic Mutants (LMM) in rice
Author(s)
강상구누룰마틴[누룰마틴]사이플라아메드사이프[사이플라아메드사이프]라만모하마드모미너[라만모하마드모미너]이동훈[이동훈]강호덕[강호덕]이동선[이동선]
Keywords
PROGRAMMED CELL-DEATH; HYPERSENSITIVE RESPONSE; ASCORBIC-ACID; ARABIDOPSIS-THALIANA; ENHANCED RESISTANCE; NEGATIVE REGULATOR; PROTEOME ANALYSIS; BACTERIAL-BLIGHT; ORYZA-SATIVA; DEFENSE
Issue Date
201012
Publisher
KOREAN SOC MOLECULAR & CELLULAR BIOLOGY
Citation
MOLECULES AND CELLS, v.30, no.6, pp.533 - 543
Abstract
Spontaneous necrotic lesions were found in a lesion mimic mutant brown leaf spot 2 (bl2) without pathogenic infection. Small spots in the seedlings appeared at the four leaves stage and gradually grew into a large round and black area with a gray center on the leaf surfaces. Lower growth habit and lower agronomic trait values with reduced stature, tiller, and panicle number, as well as lower yield potential were noted in the mutants relative to the trait values of the wild-type plants. Microscopic analysis revealed that mesophyll chloroplast was severely damaged or absent in the spotted area of the mutant leaves. Total chlorophyll content, hydrogen peroxide level, and catalase activity were increased at up to 45 days after germination and were dropped at 60 d in the mutant leaves. However, the total protein contents were reduced slightly with a growth period of up to 45 days and were increased at 60 days after germination. A gradual increment of the total ascorbic acid contents in the mutants were observed with advanced plant age, but increased until 45 days and dropped comparatively at 60 days in the wild-type leaves. Increased gene transcriptions of OsPDI and OsGPX1 were noted in the spotted leaves as compared to the non-spotted leaves of the mutant and wild-type leaves, whereas transcripts of OsTPX were transcribed at lower levels in the spotted leaves as compared to the non-spotted leaves. The genetic nature of the bl2 mutant indicated that the F(1) plants evidenced the wild-type phenotype and that bl2 was governed by a single recessive gene.
URI
http://hdl.handle.net/YU.REPOSITORY/23292http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s10059-010-0151-7
ISSN
1016-8478
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