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Regulation of AtADH1 and hypoxia-induced genes by AtMYB24 during low oxygen stress
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在自然環境中，洪水及暴雨是無可避免的自然現象，其所帶來的淹水災害往往會對植物造成缺氧逆境。植物無法自行避免或減少傷害，因此在演化過程中發展了一些機制，以提高對暫時性缺氧的容忍度。一群在缺氧逆境下會被誘導表現的基因，如ACC oxidase 1 (ACO1), sucrose synthase 1 (SUS1), SUS4, lactate/malate dehydrogenase (LDH), pyruvate decarboxylase 1 (PDC1) 及alcohol dehydrogenase 1 (ADH1)，已被證實與缺氧的耐受性有關。ADH1是缺氧的標識基因，玉米(maize)與阿拉伯芥(Arabidopsis)已對ADH1所扮演的角色有詳盡的探討。對阿拉伯芥的AtADH1而言，其啟動子（promoter）區域上的順式調控因子(cis element)―MYB結合位置(MYB binding site 1, MBS-1)，是AtADH1能在缺氧下被誘導表現的重要因子，但是能與此順式調控因子結合的轉錄因子(transcription factor)仍待確認。本研究顯示AtMYB24可與MBS-1結合，並調控AtADH1的表現。特別的是，AtMYB24也同時調控了其他可被缺氧逆境誘導表現的基因。經由序列辨識，發現這些可被缺氧逆境誘導表現的基因，其啟動子區域也包含多個MBS-1，並與這些基因被誘導表現有相關性。另外，這些可被缺氧逆境誘導表現的基因，應該還有其他的共同因子(cofactor)在調控，但對於這些共同因子的作用仍是一無所知。總結實驗結果，推論MYB24是植物度過缺氧逆境的重要因子。
To plants, hypoxia stress mostly occurs during flood and heavy rain in the nature. Plants cannot move to avoid or reduce damage, so they develop mechanisms to tolerate transient hypoxia. A core of genes would be induced under hypoxia stress, such as ACC oxidase 1 (ACO1), sucrose synthase 1 (SUS1), SUS4, lactate/malate dehydrogenase (LDH), pyruvate decarboxylase 1 (PDC1) and alcohol dehydrogenase 1 (ADH1). Many studies have shown that the expressions of these genes are related to the hypoxia tolerance. ADH is a marker gene of hypoxia, and the role of ADH is most well studied in maize and Arabidopsis. It was shown that a MYB binding site 1 (MBS-1) cis element is essential for hypoxia induction of AtADH in Arabidopsis. However, the transcription factor that binds to this cis element remains to be identified. Here, the results showed that AtMYB24 binds to MBS-1 and mediates expression of AtADH1. AtMYB24 also mediated other hypoxia-induced genes. These hypoxia-induced genes also contained several MBS-1 sites in their promoter regions, and these MBS-1 sites are related to the expression of hypoxia-induced genes. Additionally, these hypoxia-induced genes were also regulated by other cofactors, but the cofactors were still unclear. The results suggest that MYB24 is a key regulator of hypoxia inducible genes, whose functions are important for plants to tolerate hypoxia stress.
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