Plant Cell Rep (2017) 36:1361–1373 DOI 10.1007/s00299-017-2159-3 ORIGINAL ARTICLE Glutathione S-transferase related detoxiﬁcation processes are correlated with receptor-mediated vacuolar sorting mechanisms 1 1 1 • • • Fabrizio Barozzi Gian-Pietro Di Sansebastiano Erika Sabella 1 1 1 1 • • • Alessio Aprile Gabriella Piro Luigi De Bellis Eliana Nutricati Received: 8 April 2017 / Accepted: 25 May 2017 / Published online: 2 June 2017 Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg 2017 Abstract overexpressing the non-glycosylated versions of the two Key message Triticum durum Glutathione S-transferase markers were analyzed. The results suggested that GLY Z1 is speciﬁcally responsive to glyphosate. Its expres- treatment speciﬁcally altered different vacuolar sorting char- sion inﬂuences the receptor-mediated vacuolar sorting acteristics, suggesting an involvement of the receptor-medi- mechanisms involved in tolerance mechanisms. ated AleuGFP sorting mechanism in GLY resistance. Finally, Abstract A zeta subfamily glutathione S-transferase gene the expression analysis of selected genes conﬁrmed that the from Triticum durum (cv Cappelli) (TdGSTZ1) was charac- non-target-site GLY resistance mechanisms are related to terized as part of a complex detoxiﬁcation mechanism. The vacuolar sorting. effect of different abiotic stresses on TdGSTZ1 revealed that the gene is unexpectedly responsive to glyphosate (GLY) Keywords Glyphosate AleuGFPgl133 GFPgl133Chi herbicide despite
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