Ethylene-gibberellin signaling underlies adaptation of rice to periodic flooding

Takeshi Kuroha, Keisuke Nagai, Rico Gamuyao, Diane R. Wang, Tomoyuki Furuta, Masanari Nakamori, Takuya Kitaoka, Keita Adachi, Anzu Minami, Yoshinao Mori, Kiyoshi Mashiguchi, Yoshiya Seto, Shinjiro Yamaguchi, Mikiko Kojima, Hitoshi Sakakibara, Jianzhong Wu, Kaworu Ebana, Nobutaka Mitsuda, Masaru Ohme-Takagi, Shuichi YanagisawaMasanori Yamasaki, Ryusuke Yokoyama, Kazuhiko Nishitani, Toshihiro Mochizuki, Gen Tamiya, Susan R. McCouch, Motoyuki Ashikari

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Most plants do poorly when flooded. Certain rice varieties, known as deepwater rice, survive periodic flooding and consequent oxygen deficiency by activating internode growth of stems to keep above the water. Here, we identify the gibberellin biosynthesis gene, SD1 (SEMIDWARF1), whose loss-of-function allele catapulted the rice Green Revolution, as being responsible for submergence-induced internode elongation. When submerged, plants carrying the deepwater rice–specific SD1 haplotype amplify a signaling relay in which the SD1 gene is transcriptionally activated by an ethylene-responsive transcription factor, OsEIL1a. The SD1 protein directs increased synthesis of gibberellins, largely GA4, which promote internode elongation. Evolutionary analysis shows that the deepwater rice–specific haplotype was derived from standing variation in wild rice and selected for deepwater rice cultivation in Bangladesh.

元の言語英語
ページ(範囲)181-186
ページ数6
ジャーナルScience
361
発行部数6398
DOI
出版物ステータス出版済み - 7 13 2018

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Gibberellins
Haplotypes
Bangladesh
Genes
Transcription Factors
Alleles
Oryza
ethylene
Water
Growth
Proteins

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Kuroha, T., Nagai, K., Gamuyao, R., Wang, D. R., Furuta, T., Nakamori, M., ... Ashikari, M. (2018). Ethylene-gibberellin signaling underlies adaptation of rice to periodic flooding. Science, 361(6398), 181-186. https://doi.org/10.1126/science.aat1577

Ethylene-gibberellin signaling underlies adaptation of rice to periodic flooding. / Kuroha, Takeshi; Nagai, Keisuke; Gamuyao, Rico; Wang, Diane R.; Furuta, Tomoyuki; Nakamori, Masanari; Kitaoka, Takuya; Adachi, Keita; Minami, Anzu; Mori, Yoshinao; Mashiguchi, Kiyoshi; Seto, Yoshiya; Yamaguchi, Shinjiro; Kojima, Mikiko; Sakakibara, Hitoshi; Wu, Jianzhong; Ebana, Kaworu; Mitsuda, Nobutaka; Ohme-Takagi, Masaru; Yanagisawa, Shuichi; Yamasaki, Masanori; Yokoyama, Ryusuke; Nishitani, Kazuhiko; Mochizuki, Toshihiro; Tamiya, Gen; McCouch, Susan R.; Ashikari, Motoyuki.

:: Science, 巻 361, 番号 6398, 13.07.2018, p. 181-186.

研究成果: ジャーナルへの寄稿記事

Kuroha, T, Nagai, K, Gamuyao, R, Wang, DR, Furuta, T, Nakamori, M, Kitaoka, T, Adachi, K, Minami, A, Mori, Y, Mashiguchi, K, Seto, Y, Yamaguchi, S, Kojima, M, Sakakibara, H, Wu, J, Ebana, K, Mitsuda, N, Ohme-Takagi, M, Yanagisawa, S, Yamasaki, M, Yokoyama, R, Nishitani, K, Mochizuki, T, Tamiya, G, McCouch, SR & Ashikari, M 2018, 'Ethylene-gibberellin signaling underlies adaptation of rice to periodic flooding', Science, 巻. 361, 番号 6398, pp. 181-186. https://doi.org/10.1126/science.aat1577
Kuroha T, Nagai K, Gamuyao R, Wang DR, Furuta T, Nakamori M その他. Ethylene-gibberellin signaling underlies adaptation of rice to periodic flooding. Science. 2018 7 13;361(6398):181-186. https://doi.org/10.1126/science.aat1577
Kuroha, Takeshi ; Nagai, Keisuke ; Gamuyao, Rico ; Wang, Diane R. ; Furuta, Tomoyuki ; Nakamori, Masanari ; Kitaoka, Takuya ; Adachi, Keita ; Minami, Anzu ; Mori, Yoshinao ; Mashiguchi, Kiyoshi ; Seto, Yoshiya ; Yamaguchi, Shinjiro ; Kojima, Mikiko ; Sakakibara, Hitoshi ; Wu, Jianzhong ; Ebana, Kaworu ; Mitsuda, Nobutaka ; Ohme-Takagi, Masaru ; Yanagisawa, Shuichi ; Yamasaki, Masanori ; Yokoyama, Ryusuke ; Nishitani, Kazuhiko ; Mochizuki, Toshihiro ; Tamiya, Gen ; McCouch, Susan R. ; Ashikari, Motoyuki. / Ethylene-gibberellin signaling underlies adaptation of rice to periodic flooding. :: Science. 2018 ; 巻 361, 番号 6398. pp. 181-186.
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