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Pigment deficiency in nightshade/tobacco cybrids is caused by the failure to edit the plastid ATPase alpha-subunit mRNA

Christian Schmitz-Linneweber, Sergei Kushnir UGent, Elena Babiychuk UGent, Peter Poltnigg, Reinhold G Herrmann and Rainer M Maier (2005) PLANT CELL. 17(6). p.1815-1828
abstract
The subgenomes of the plant cell, the nuclear genome, the plastome, and the chondriome are known to interact through various types of coevolving macromolecules. The combination of the organellar genome from one species with the nuclear genome of another species often leads to plants with deleterious phenotypes, demonstrating that plant subgenomes coevolve. The molecular mechanisms behind this nuclear-organellar incompatibility have been elusive, even though the phenomenon is widespread and has been known for >70 years. Here, we show by direct and reverse genetic approaches that the albino phenotype of a flowering plant with the nuclear genome of Atropa belladonna ( deadly nightshade) and the plastome of Nicotiana tabacum ( tobacco) develops as a result of a defect in RNA editing of a tobacco-specific editing site in the plastid ATPase alpha-subunit transcript. A plastome-wide analysis of RNA editing in these cytoplasmic hybrids and in plants with a tobacco nucleus and nightshade chloroplasts revealed additional defects in the editing of species-specific editing sites, suggesting that differences in RNA editing patterns in general contribute to the pigment deficiencies observed in interspecific nuclear-plastidial incompatibilities.
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NICOTIANA-TABACUM, CYTOPLASMIC MALE-STERILITY, NUCLEAR GENES, NUCLEOCYTOPLASMIC INCOMPATIBILITY, PLANT-MITOCHONDRIA, PROTOPLAST FUSION, BINDING-PROTEINS, NDHB GENE, TOBACCO, CHLOROPLASTS
journal title
PLANT CELL
Plant Cell
volume
17
issue
6
pages
1815 - 1828
Web of Science type
Article
Web of Science id
000229493900015
JCR category
PLANT SCIENCES
JCR impact factor
11.088 (2005)
JCR rank
2/143 (2005)
JCR quartile
1 (2005)
ISSN
1040-4651
DOI
10.1105/tpc.105.032474
language
English
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yes
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A1
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331448
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http://hdl.handle.net/1854/LU-331448
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2006-04-14 14:28:00
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  abstract     = {The subgenomes of the plant cell, the nuclear genome, the plastome, and the chondriome are known to interact through various types of coevolving macromolecules. The combination of the organellar genome from one species with the nuclear genome of another species often leads to plants with deleterious phenotypes, demonstrating that plant subgenomes coevolve. The molecular mechanisms behind this nuclear-organellar incompatibility have been elusive, even though the phenomenon is widespread and has been known for {\textrangle}70 years. Here, we show by direct and reverse genetic approaches that the albino phenotype of a flowering plant with the nuclear genome of Atropa belladonna ( deadly nightshade) and the plastome of Nicotiana tabacum ( tobacco) develops as a result of a defect in RNA editing of a tobacco-specific editing site in the plastid ATPase alpha-subunit transcript. A plastome-wide analysis of RNA editing in these cytoplasmic hybrids and in plants with a tobacco nucleus and nightshade chloroplasts revealed additional defects in the editing of species-specific editing sites, suggesting that differences in RNA editing patterns in general contribute to the pigment deficiencies observed in interspecific nuclear-plastidial incompatibilities.},
  author       = {Schmitz-Linneweber, Christian and Kushnir, Sergei and Babiychuk, Elena and Poltnigg, Peter and Herrmann, Reinhold G and Maier, Rainer M},
  issn         = {1040-4651},
  journal      = {PLANT CELL},
  keyword      = {NICOTIANA-TABACUM,CYTOPLASMIC MALE-STERILITY,NUCLEAR GENES,NUCLEOCYTOPLASMIC INCOMPATIBILITY,PLANT-MITOCHONDRIA,PROTOPLAST FUSION,BINDING-PROTEINS,NDHB GENE,TOBACCO,CHLOROPLASTS},
  language     = {eng},
  number       = {6},
  pages        = {1815--1828},
  title        = {Pigment deficiency in nightshade/tobacco cybrids is caused by the failure to edit the plastid ATPase alpha-subunit mRNA},
  url          = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1105/tpc.105.032474},
  volume       = {17},
  year         = {2005},
}

Chicago
Schmitz-Linneweber, Christian, Sergei Kushnir, Elena Babiychuk, Peter Poltnigg, Reinhold G Herrmann, and Rainer M Maier. 2005. “Pigment Deficiency in Nightshade/tobacco Cybrids Is Caused by the Failure to Edit the Plastid ATPase Alpha-subunit mRNA.” Plant Cell 17 (6): 1815–1828.
APA
Schmitz-Linneweber, C., Kushnir, S., Babiychuk, E., Poltnigg, P., Herrmann, R. G., & Maier, R. M. (2005). Pigment deficiency in nightshade/tobacco cybrids is caused by the failure to edit the plastid ATPase alpha-subunit mRNA. PLANT CELL, 17(6), 1815–1828.
Vancouver
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Schmitz-Linneweber C, Kushnir S, Babiychuk E, Poltnigg P, Herrmann RG, Maier RM. Pigment deficiency in nightshade/tobacco cybrids is caused by the failure to edit the plastid ATPase alpha-subunit mRNA. PLANT CELL. 2005;17(6):1815–28.
MLA
Schmitz-Linneweber, Christian, Sergei Kushnir, Elena Babiychuk, et al. “Pigment Deficiency in Nightshade/tobacco Cybrids Is Caused by the Failure to Edit the Plastid ATPase Alpha-subunit mRNA.” PLANT CELL 17.6 (2005): 1815–1828. Print.