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標題: 植物花朵發育及開花時間相關基因之研究
Molecular characterization of genes controlling flower development and flowering time from various plants
作者: 張玉雲
Chang, Yu-Yun
關鍵字: oncidium;文心蘭;fern;MADS box gene;蕨類植物;開花基因
出版社: 生物科技學研究所
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在本研究中利用四個已經選殖到的文心蘭MADS box B群基因(OMADS5、OMADS9、OMADS8、OMADS3)分別在不同唇瓣發育突變的文心蘭中探討其在表現量的差異。其中發現OMADS5為一在唇瓣不會表達的基因。在花萼及花瓣中則可偵測其存在。而另一個OMADS9則只存在於唇瓣及花瓣中,在花萼中不表達。而在文心蘭花朵發育時,花瓣與唇瓣同時被花萼包裹於其中,但在外觀上花萼及花瓣外形相似。因而說明OMADS5的存在可能會抑制唇瓣的形成。另一方面利用三唇瓣及四唇瓣等不同的文心蘭花形,觀察OMADS5與唇瓣形成的關係中也更加証明,不論是花萼或花瓣突變為唇瓣時,則OMADS5表現量下降。當唇瓣發育不完全時則可看到OMADS5也有少許的表現量存在。因而說明了OMADS5可能是一抑制與唇瓣的形成的因子。利用共軛焦技術觀察不同時期唇瓣及花萼或花瓣的發育結果中顯示,在唇瓣發育中初期先有細胞數目的增加,且細胞形態與花萼或花瓣等已不相同。在花被已發育後期則主要以細胞體積的擴展,使得唇瓣在文心蘭花朵中占有較大的面積及與花萼及花瓣不相同的質地。而唇瓣的發育極有可能在唇瓣形成時已由OMADS5所表達的量來決定了花被的發育。
在阿拉伯芥的研究中,調控花瓣發育主要有三群基因,除所述之B群基因之外,尚有A及E群基因同時與B群基因結果而進行花被中花瓣的發育。在文心蘭中本實驗室也選殖了五個與阿拉伯芥A/E群基因互為同源基因的基因分別為OMADS6、OMADS11、OMADS7、OMADS10、OMADS1。目前除OMADS6外其功能性已被探討。而本研究主要針對OMADS6在阿拉伯芥中對於開花時間及花朵發育的影響中推論其可能在文心蘭中所扮演的角色。在結果中可知,OMADS6在序列及演化分析中可知與阿拉伯芥SEP3為同源基因屬於MADS box E群基因。在阿拉伯芥大量表現時可使其極早進入生殖生長,且花朵的花萼及花瓣的發育也會異常。由此可知OMADS6與SEP3可能在功能上相似,與花被的發育相關。至於是否A/E群基因與B群基因是如何作用進而調控花朵發育的,可能需要再進一步在蛋白交互作用上做更深入的研究,才能將此三群基因在唇瓣發育的關係釐清。

To investigate sepal/petal/lip formation in O. Gower Ramsey, three paleoAP3 genes, OMADS5 (clade 1), OMADS3 (clade 2), and OMADS9 (clade 3), and one PI gene, OMADS8, were characterized. The OMADS8 and OMADS3 mRNAs were expressed in all four floral organs as well as in vegetative leaves. The OMADS9 mRNA was only strongly detected in petals and lips. The mRNA for OMADS5 was only strongly detected in sepals and petals and was significantly down-regulated in lip-like petals and lip-like sepals of peloric mutant flowers. This result revealed a possible negative role for OMADS5 in regulating lip formation. Further analysis revealed that OMADS5 might play a role in suppressing lip formation by possibly inhibiting cell proliferation rather than cell expansion. We proposed that sepal/petal/lip formation needs the presence of OMADS3/8 and/or 9. The determination of the final organ identity for the sepal/petal/lip likely depended on the presence or absence of OMADS5. The presence of OMADS5 caused short sepal/petal formation. When OMADS5 was absent, cells may proliferate, resulting in the possible formation of large lips and the conversion of the sepal/petal into lips in peloric mutants (Chapter 1).
Four MADS-box genes, OMADS6, OMADS11with an extensive similarity to E functional MADS box genes, were characterized from the orchid (Oncidium Gower Ramsey). OMADS6 is a SEP3 orthologue whereas OMADS11 is closely related to SEP1/2 within the E function genes. OMADS7 is closely related to AGL6-like genes whereas OMADS10 is the putative AP1 orthologue. The identity of these orchid MADS box genes in different AP1/AGL9 subgroup was further supported by the present of conserved motifs in their C-terminal region of the proteins. The mRNA expression pattern for OMADS6 was different from most SEP3 orthologues by strongly detected in sepal, petal, lip and carpel and was barely detected in stamen. The mRNA expression pattern for OMADS11 was similar to OMADS6 and was different from SEP1/2 orthologues since its expression was undetectable in stamen. The high similarity of expression pattern for SEP/AGL6-like genes OMADS6, 11 and 7 indicated that their function is highly conserved in orchid during evolution. Ectopic expression of OMADS6 in transgenic Arabidopsis plants caused extremely early flowering and flower organs conversion such as carpelloid sepals and staminoid petals observed. This result reveals the possible functional for OMADS6 in regulating flower transition and formation (Chapter 2).
Mutation in the Arabidopsis thaliana GIGANTEA (GI) gene caused delay of flowering, alteration of circadian rhythms and high tolerance to oxidative stress. However, no research on the characterization of flowering time genes or flower transition has been reported in orchids or non-flowering plants. We report here on the isolation and characterization of orthologues of flowering time gene GI from orchids of Oncidium Gower Ramsey (OnGI) and Phalaenopsis aphrodite (PaGI). OnGI and PaGI mRNA are expressed throughout development and can be detected in various organs. However, the expression level of mRNA varied under LD conditions and cycled vigorously, with the level highest at the 8 to 12 h of the light period and lowest at dawn. Ectopic expression of OnGI and PaGI in gi mutant of Arabidosis promoted flowering. In this report, orthologues of PcGI were also cloned from non-flowering plants ferns Pteris cretica cv. Albolineata, and their mRNA also varied under LD conditions and cycled vigorously as observed in the flowering plants. Ectopic expression of PeGI also promoted flowering in Arabidopsis gi-1 mutants. The detached leaves of 35S::PeGI/gi-1 transgenic plants showed leaf senescence earlier than gi-1 mutants. Our result provided evidence to show that GI orthologues from orchid and ferns were regulated similarly and should play multiple roles in addition to control flowering time (Chapter 3).
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