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Transcriptional Response Of Abscisic Acid (ABA) Metabolism And Transport To Cold And Heat Stress Applied At The Reproductive Stage Of Development In Arabidopsis Thaliana.

Kevin N Baron, D. Schroeder, C. Stasolla
Published 2012 · Biology, Medicine

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The phytohormone abscisic acid (ABA) plays an important role in developmental processes in addition to mediating plant adaptation to stress. In the current study, transcriptional response of 17 genes involved in ABA metabolism and transport has been examined in vegetative and reproductive organs exposed to cold and heat stress. Temperature stress activated numerous genes involved in ABA biosynthesis, catabolism and transport; however, several ABA biosynthesis genes (ABA1, ABA2, ABA4, AAO3, NCED3) were differentially expressed (up- or down-regulated) in an organ-specific manner. Key genes (CYP707As) involved in ABA catabolism responded differentially to temperature stress. Cold stress strongly activated ABA catabolism in all organs examined, whereas heat stress triggered more subtle activation and repression of select CYP707A genes. Genes involved in conjugation (UGT71B6), hydrolysis (AtBG1), and transport (ABCG25, ABCG40) of ABA or ABA glucose ester responded to temperature stress and displayed unique organ-specific expression patterns. Comparing the transcriptional response of vegetative and reproductive organs revealed ABA homeostasis is differentially regulated at the whole plant level. Taken together our findings indicate organs in close physical proximity undergo vastly different transcriptional programs in response to abiotic stress and developmental cues.
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