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Hemoglobin Expression Affects Ethylene Production In Maize Cell Cultures.

Nathalie Manac'h-Little, A. Igamberdiev, R. Hill
Published 2005 · Medicine, Chemistry

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The formation of ethylene under different O(2) concentrations and upon addition of nitric oxide (NO) donor, sodium nitroprusside (SNP), was determined using maize (Zea mays L.) cell lines over-expressing (Hb+) or down-regulating (Hb-) hypoxically inducible (class-1) hemoglobin (Hb). Under all treatments, ethylene levels in the Hb- line were 5 to 6.5 times the levels in Hb+ and four to five times the levels in the wild type. Low oxygen partial pressures impaired ethylene formation in maize cell suspension cultures. 1-Amino-cyclopropane-1-carboxylic acid (ACC) oxidase (E.C. 1.14.17.4) mRNA levels did not vary, either between lines or between treatments. There was, however, significantly enhanced ACC oxidase (ACO) activity in the Hb- line relative to the wild type and the Hb+ line. ACO activity in the Hb- line increased under hypoxic conditions and significantly increased upon treatment with NO under normoxic conditions. The results suggest that limiting class-1 hemoglobin protein synthesis increases ethylene formation in maize suspension cells, possibly via the modulation of NO levels.
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