Evidence for a role of ANAC082 as a ribosomal stress response mediator leading to growth defects and developmental alterations in arabidopsis

Iwai Ohbayashi, Chung Yi Lin, Naoki Shinohara, Yoko Matsumura, Yasunori Machida, Gorou Horiguchi, Hirokazu Tsukaya, Munetaka Sugiyama

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Abstract

Ribosome-related mutants in Arabidopsis thaliana share several notable characteristics regarding growth and development, which implies the existence of a common pathway that responds to disorders in ribosome biogenesis. As a first step to explore this pathway genetically, we screened a mutagenized population of root initiation defective2 (rid2), a temperature-sensitive mutant that is impaired in pre-rRNA processing, and isolated suppressor of root initiation defective two1 (sriw1), a suppressor mutant in which the defects of cell proliferation observed in rid2 at the restrictive temperature was markedly rescued. sriw1 was identified as a missense mutation of the NAC transcription factor gene ANAC082. The sriw1 mutation greatly alleviated the developmental abnormalities of rid2 and four other tested ribosome-related mutants, including rid3. However, the impaired pre-rRNA processing in rid2 and rid3 was not relieved by sriw1. Expression of ANAC082 was localized to regions where phenotypic effects of ribosome-related mutations are readily evident and was elevated in rid2 and rid3 compared with the wild type. These findings suggest that ANAC082 acts downstream of perturbation of biogenesis of the ribosome and may mediate a set of stress responses leading to developmental alterations and cell proliferation defects.

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)2644-2660
Number of pages17
JournalPlant Cell
Volume29
Issue number10
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 2017 Oct

All Science Journal Classification (ASJC) codes

  • Plant Science
  • Cell Biology

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