Caracterização funcional dos genes BZIP105 e ARP (auxin repressed protein) de soja
Em resposta a infecções por patógenos, as plantas modulam vias de sinalização mediada por hormônios, tais como SA, MeJA e auxina. Essas vias podem resultar em alteração da expressão gênica, processo importante para a mitigação dos efeitos da infecção. Essa reprogramação transcricional é regulada atr...
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Universidade Federal de Viçosa
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|Citação:||SOUZA, Gilza Barcelos de. Caracterização funcional dos genes BZIP105 e ARP (auxin repressed protein) de soja. 2018. 103 f. Tese (Doutorado em Bioquímica Aplicada) - Universidade Federal de Viçosa, Viçosa. 2018.|
|Resumo inglês:||In response to pathogen infections, plants modulate a series of signaling pathways that are mediated by hormones, such as SA, MeJA and auxin. These pathways may result in gene expression alteration that is important for mitigating the effects of infection. This transcriptional reprogramming is regulated by transcription factors. bZIP’s transcriptional factors are important regulators in plants. Some of their members are involved in defense responses against pathogens. This study describes the functional characterization for GMbZIP105 transcriptional factor and GmARP15g protein during response against fungal infection. For that, it was used the fungus that causes ASR – Asian soybean rust. In addition, in silico analysis using clustering methodologies were applied to identify potential DRM1 / ARP family groups. The expression profiles of these groups were evaluated in response to treatment with hormones auxin and MeJA and during pathogen infection in soybean. The proteins GmbZIP105 and GmARP15g interact in two-hybrid yeast assays; in addition, they present the same transcriptional profile in response to treatment with hormones MeJA and auxin and are responsive to pathogen. GmbZIP105 induces the expression of genes related to photosynthesis, while GmARP15g interacts with one of the PSII proteins. These results suggest a functional relationship between both proteins in which GmARP15g probably modulates the localization or activity of the transcription factor GmbZIP105.|