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Genetic Interactions and Molecular Evolution of the Duplicated Genes ICARUS2 and ICARUS1 Help Arabidopsis Plants Adapt to Different Ambient Temperatures

同源基因ICARUS2和 ICARUS1 的遗传互作和分子进化有助于拟南芥适应不同环境温度

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THE PLANT CELL
全文链接1:
http://agri.ckcest.cn/topic/downloadFile/326b675d-66d9-45e2-8c91-72cafed7c3be
全文链接2:
http://www.plantcell.org/content/31/6/1222
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学术文献
语种:
英语
原文发布日期:
2019-07-25
摘要:
Understanding how plants adapt to ambient temperatures has become a major challenge prompted by global climate change. This has led to the identification of several genes regulating the thermal plasticity of plant growth and flowering time. However, the mechanisms accounting for the natural variation and evolution of such developmental plasticity remain mostly unknown. In this study, we determined that natural variation at ICARUS2 (ICA2), which interacts genetically with its homolog ICA1, alters growth and flowering time plasticity in relation to temperature in Arabidopsis (Arabidopsis thaliana). Transgenic analyses demonstrated multiple functional effects for ICA2 and supported the notion that structural polymorphisms in ICA2 likely underlie its natural variation. Two major ICA2 haplogroups carrying distinct functionally active alleles showed high frequency, strong geographic structure, and significant associations with climatic variables related to annual and daily fluctuations in temperature. Genome analyses across the plant phylogeny indicated that the prevalent plant ICA genes encoding two tRNAHis guanylyl transferase 1 units evolved ∼120 million years ago during the early divergence of mono- and dicotyledonous clades. In addition, ICA1/ICA2 duplication occurred specifically in the Camelineae tribe (Brassicaceae). Thus, ICA2 appears to be ubiquitous across plant evolution and likely contributes to climate adaptation through modifications of thermal developmental plasticity in Arabidopsis.
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