PmCBFs synthetically affect PmDAM6 by alternative promoter binding and protein complexes towards the dormancy of bud for Prunus mume

PmCBFs synthetically affect PmDAM6 by alternative promoter binding and protein complexes towards... The survival in freezing temperature for woody plants is exclusively dependent on the perception of coldness and induction of dormancy. CBF/DREB1 transcriptional factors join cold-response conduits and the DAM genes, especially PmDAM6, are well-known regulators of dormancy. Despite the immense importance, little is documented on the association between CBF proteins and the complexity of the promoter region in PmDAM6 with the function of bud dormancy in P. mume. Therefore, this study was based on the cloning of PmDAM6 and six PmCBFs to evaluate their integral roles in the process of bud development. The consistency of expressions in either vegetative or reproductive buds provided a negative control from PmCBFs to PmDAM6 during the onset of dormancy. Besides, PmCBF5 could form heteromeric complexes with PmDAM1 and PmDAM6. PmCBF1, PmCBF3, and PmDAM4 recognized the promoter of PmDAM6 by the alternative binding sites. Therefore, the interactions of these genes formulated the base of an obvious model to respond to the coldness and engendered dormancy release. Findings of this study will further help the unveil the genetic control of bud dormancy and its augmentation in P. mume and may offer an explanation for the vernalization. http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Scientific Reports Springer Journals

PmCBFs synthetically affect PmDAM6 by alternative promoter binding and protein complexes towards the dormancy of bud for Prunus mume

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Springer Journals
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Copyright © 2018 by The Author(s)
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Science, Humanities and Social Sciences, multidisciplinary; Science, Humanities and Social Sciences, multidisciplinary; Science, multidisciplinary
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2045-2322
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10.1038/s41598-018-22537-w
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Abstract

The survival in freezing temperature for woody plants is exclusively dependent on the perception of coldness and induction of dormancy. CBF/DREB1 transcriptional factors join cold-response conduits and the DAM genes, especially PmDAM6, are well-known regulators of dormancy. Despite the immense importance, little is documented on the association between CBF proteins and the complexity of the promoter region in PmDAM6 with the function of bud dormancy in P. mume. Therefore, this study was based on the cloning of PmDAM6 and six PmCBFs to evaluate their integral roles in the process of bud development. The consistency of expressions in either vegetative or reproductive buds provided a negative control from PmCBFs to PmDAM6 during the onset of dormancy. Besides, PmCBF5 could form heteromeric complexes with PmDAM1 and PmDAM6. PmCBF1, PmCBF3, and PmDAM4 recognized the promoter of PmDAM6 by the alternative binding sites. Therefore, the interactions of these genes formulated the base of an obvious model to respond to the coldness and engendered dormancy release. Findings of this study will further help the unveil the genetic control of bud dormancy and its augmentation in P. mume and may offer an explanation for the vernalization.

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Scientific ReportsSpringer Journals

Published: Mar 14, 2018

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