Wang, Hua and Schauer, Nicolas and Usadel, Bjoern and Frasse, Pierre and Zouine, Mohamed and Hernould, Michel and Latché, Alain and Pech, Jean-Claude and Fernie, Alisdair R. and Bouzayen, Mondher Regulatory Features Underlying Pollination-Dependent and -Independent Tomato Fruit Set Revealed by Transcript and Primary Metabolite Profiling. (2009) The Plant Cell, vol.21 (N°5). pp. 1428-1452. ISSN 1040-4651
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Official URL: http://dx.doi.org/10.1105/tpc.108.060830
Indole Acetic Acid 9 (IAA9) is a negative auxin response regulator belonging to the Aux/IAA transcription factor gene family whose downregulation triggers fruit set before pollination, thus giving rise to parthenocarpy. In situ hybridization experiments revealed that a tissue-specific gradient of IAA9 expression is established during flower development, the release of which upon pollination triggers the initiation of fruit development. Comparative transcriptome and targeted metabolome analysis uncovered important features of the molecular events underlying pollination-induced and pollination-independent fruit set. Comprehensive transcriptomic profiling identified a high number of genescommonto both types of fruit set,amongwhich only a small subset are dependent on IAA9 regulation. The fine-tuning of Aux/IAA and ARF genes and the downregulation of TAG1 and TAGL6 MADS box genes are instrumental in triggering the fruit set program. Auxin and ethylene emerged as the most active signaling hormones involved in the flower-to-fruit transition. However, while these hormones affected only a small number of transcriptional events, dramatic shifts were observed at the metabolic and developmental levels. The activation of photosynthesis and sucrose metabolism-related genes is an integral regulatory component of fruit set process. The combined results allow a far greater comprehension of the regulatory and metabolic events controlling early fruit development both in the presence and absence of pollination/fertilization.
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|Institution:||French research institutions > Institut National de la Recherche Agronomique - INRA|
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Université de Toulouse > Institut National Polytechnique de Toulouse - INPT
Other partners > Université de Bordeaux 2 - Victor Segalen (FRANCE)
Other partners > Université de Bordeaux 1 (FRANCE)
|Deposited By:||Magali GIRAUD TITONEL|
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