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The Arabidopsis mutant alh1 illustrates a cross talk between ethylene and auxin

Filip Vandenbussche UGent, Jan Smalle UGent, Jie Le, Nelson Jsé Madeira Saibo, Annelies De Paepe UGent, Laury Chaerle UGent, Olaf Tietz, Raphael Smets, Lucas JJ Laarhoven, Frans JM Harren, et al. (2003) PLANT PHYSIOLOGY. 131(3). p.1228-1238
abstract
Ethylene or its precursor 1-aminocyclopropane-1-carboxylic acid (ACC) can stimulate hypocotyl elongation in light-grown Arabidopsis seedlings. A mutant, designated ACC-related long hypocotyl 1 (alh1), that displayed a long hypocotyl in the light in the absence of the hormone was characterized. Etiolated alh1 seedlings overproduced ethylene and had an exaggerated apical hook and a thicker hypocotyl, although no difference in hypocotyl length was observed when compared with wild type. Alh1 plants were less sensitive to ethylene, as reflected by reduction of ACC-mediated inhibition of hypocotyl growth in the dark and delay in flowering and leaf senescence. Alh1 also had an altered response to auxin, whereas auxin levels in whole alh1 seedlings remained unaffected. In contrast to wild type, alh1 seedlings showed a limited hypocotyl elongation when treated with indole-3-acetic acid. Alh1 roots had a faster response to gravity. Furthermore, the hypocotyl elongation of alh1 and of ACC-treated wild type was reverted by auxin transport inhibitors. In addition, auxin up-regulated genes were ectopically expressed in hypocotyls upon ACC treatment, suggesting that the ethylene response is mediated by auxins. Together, these data indicate that alh1 is altered in the cross talk between ethylene and auxins, probably at the level of auxin transport.
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THALIANA, PROMOTER REGION, POLAR TRANSPORT, LEAF SENESCENCE, GENETIC-ANALYSIS, PROTEIN-DEGRADATION, TRANSPORT INHIBITORS, RESPONSE PATHWAY, SIGNAL-TRANSDUCTION PATHWAYS, HYPOCOTYL ELONGATION
journal title
PLANT PHYSIOLOGY
Plant Physiol.
volume
131
issue
3
pages
1228 - 1238
Web of Science type
Article
Web of Science id
000185076100039
JCR category
PLANT SCIENCES
JCR impact factor
5.634 (2003)
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7/136 (2003)
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1 (2003)
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0032-0889
DOI
10.1104/pp.010850
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English
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215374
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http://hdl.handle.net/1854/LU-215374
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2004-05-10 18:54:00
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  abstract     = {Ethylene or its precursor 1-aminocyclopropane-1-carboxylic acid (ACC) can stimulate hypocotyl elongation in light-grown Arabidopsis seedlings. A mutant, designated ACC-related long hypocotyl 1 (alh1), that displayed a long hypocotyl in the light in the absence of the hormone was characterized. Etiolated alh1 seedlings overproduced ethylene and had an exaggerated apical hook and a thicker hypocotyl, although no difference in hypocotyl length was observed when compared with wild type. Alh1 plants were less sensitive to ethylene, as reflected by reduction of ACC-mediated inhibition of hypocotyl growth in the dark and delay in flowering and leaf senescence. Alh1 also had an altered response to auxin, whereas auxin levels in whole alh1 seedlings remained unaffected. In contrast to wild type, alh1 seedlings showed a limited hypocotyl elongation when treated with indole-3-acetic acid. Alh1 roots had a faster response to gravity. Furthermore, the hypocotyl elongation of alh1 and of ACC-treated wild type was reverted by auxin transport inhibitors. In addition, auxin up-regulated genes were ectopically expressed in hypocotyls upon ACC treatment, suggesting that the ethylene response is mediated by auxins. Together, these data indicate that alh1 is altered in the cross talk between ethylene and auxins, probably at the level of auxin transport.},
  author       = {Vandenbussche, Filip and Smalle, Jan and Le, Jie and Saibo, Nelson Js{\'e} Madeira and De Paepe, Annelies and Chaerle, Laury and Tietz, Olaf and Smets, Raphael and Laarhoven, Lucas JJ and Harren, Frans JM and Van Onckelen, Harry and Palme, Klaus and Verbelen, Jean-Pierre and Van Der Straeten, Dominique},
  issn         = {0032-0889},
  journal      = {PLANT PHYSIOLOGY},
  keyword      = {THALIANA,PROMOTER REGION,POLAR TRANSPORT,LEAF SENESCENCE,GENETIC-ANALYSIS,PROTEIN-DEGRADATION,TRANSPORT INHIBITORS,RESPONSE PATHWAY,SIGNAL-TRANSDUCTION PATHWAYS,HYPOCOTYL ELONGATION},
  language     = {eng},
  number       = {3},
  pages        = {1228--1238},
  title        = {The Arabidopsis mutant alh1 illustrates a cross talk between ethylene and auxin},
  url          = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1104/pp.010850},
  volume       = {131},
  year         = {2003},
}

Chicago
Vandenbussche, Filip, Jan Smalle, Jie Le, Nelson Jsé Madeira Saibo, Annelies De Paepe, Laury Chaerle, Olaf Tietz, et al. 2003. “The Arabidopsis Mutant Alh1 Illustrates a Cross Talk Between Ethylene and Auxin.” Plant Physiology 131 (3): 1228–1238.
APA
Vandenbussche, Filip, Smalle, J., Le, J., Saibo, N. J. M., De Paepe, A., Chaerle, L., Tietz, O., et al. (2003). The Arabidopsis mutant alh1 illustrates a cross talk between ethylene and auxin. PLANT PHYSIOLOGY, 131(3), 1228–1238.
Vancouver
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Vandenbussche F, Smalle J, Le J, Saibo NJM, De Paepe A, Chaerle L, et al. The Arabidopsis mutant alh1 illustrates a cross talk between ethylene and auxin. PLANT PHYSIOLOGY. 2003;131(3):1228–38.
MLA
Vandenbussche, Filip, Jan Smalle, Jie Le, et al. “The Arabidopsis Mutant Alh1 Illustrates a Cross Talk Between Ethylene and Auxin.” PLANT PHYSIOLOGY 131.3 (2003): 1228–1238. Print.