Ln is a key regulator of leaflet shape and number of seeds per pod in soybean = Ln은 콩 엽형과 협당립수의 핵심 조절자이다

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Ln is a key regulator of leaflet shape and number of seeds per pod in soybean = Ln은 콩 엽형과 협당립수의 핵심 조절자이다
Author(s)
Namhee Jeong; S J Suh; M H Kim; S Lee; J K Moon; H S Kim; Soon Chun Jeong
Bibliographic Citation
Plant Cell, vol. 24, no. 12, pp. 4807-4818
Publication Year
2012
Abstract
Narrow leaflet soybean (Glycine max) varieties tend to have more seeds per pod than broad leaflet varieties. Narrow leaflet in soybean is conferred by a single recessive gene, ln. Here, we show that the transition from broad (Ln) to narrow leaflet (ln) is associated with an amino acid substitution in the EAR motif encoded by a gene (designated Gm-JAGGED1) homologous to Arabidopsis JAGGED (JAG) that regulates lateral organ development and the variant exerts a pleiotropic effect on fruit patterning. The genomic region that regulates both the traits was mapped to a 12.6-kb region containing only one gene, Gm- JAG1. Introducing the Gm-JAG1 allele into a loss-of-function Arabidopsis jagged mutant partially restored the wild-type JAG phenotypes, including leaf shape, flower opening, and fruit shape, but the Gm-jag1 (ln) and EAR-deleted Gm-JAG1 alleles in the jagged mutant did not result in an apparent phenotypic change. These observations indicate that despite some degree of functional change of Gm-JAG1 due to the divergence from Arabidopsis JAG, Gm-JAG1 complemented the functions of JAG in Arabidopsis thaliana. However, theGm-JAG1 homoeolog, Gm-JAG2, appears to be sub- or neofunctionalized, as revealed by the differential expression of the two genes in multiple plant tissues, a complementation test, and an allelic analysis at both loci.
ISSN
1040-4651
Publisher
Amer Soc Plant Biologists
DOI
http://dx.doi.org/10.1105/tpc.112.104968
Type
Article
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