•SlCycB2-OE led to abnormal flower with the unclosed stamen, shortened style and aberrant pollen.•Nearly all non-glandular trichomes (including type III and V), as well as the glandular ones of type I and type VI were disappeared in SlCycB2-OE lines. On the contrary, suppression of SlCycB2 could promote type III and type V trichomes formation.•The production of monoterpene and sesquiterpene were significantly decreased in SlCycB2-OE plants, which thus caused the reduction of the defense against Prodenia litura.•Transcriptome profile demonstrated that the differentially expressed genes mainly participate in the biosynthesis of terpenes, cutin, suberine and wax.•Several homologs of SlCycB2 gene in many plants, such as SlCycB3 in tomato, NtCycB2 in tobacco, AtCycB2 in Arabidopsis, have similar regulatory functions in trichome formation.
Plant Science – Elsevier
Published: Sep 1, 2017
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