Expression profiling of glucosinolate biosynthetic genes in Brassica oleracea L. var. capitata inbred lines reveals their association with glucosinolate content

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dc.contributor.authorA H K Robin-
dc.contributor.authorG E Yi-
dc.contributor.authorR Laila-
dc.contributor.authorK Yang-
dc.contributor.authorJ I Park-
dc.contributor.authorHyeran Kim-
dc.contributor.authorI S Nou-
dc.description.abstractGlucosinolates are the biochemical compounds that provide defense to plants against pathogens and herbivores. In this study, the relative expression level of 48 glucosinolate biosynthesis genes was explored in four morphologically-different cabbage inbred lines by qPCR analysis. The content of aliphatic and indolic glucosinolate molecules present in those cabbage lines was also estimated by HPLC analysis. The possible association between glucosinolate accumulation and related gene expression level was explored by principal component analysis (PCA). The genotype-dependent variation in the relative expression level of different aliphatic and indolic glucosinolate biosynthesis genes is the novel result of this study. A total of eight different types of glucosinolates, including five aliphatic and three indolic glucosinolates, was detected in four cabbage lines. Three inbred lines BN3383, BN4059 and BN4072 had no glucoraphanin, sinigrin and gluconapin detected, but the inbred line BN3273 had these three aliphatic glucosinolate compounds. PCA revealed that a higher expression level of ST5b genes and lower expression of GSL-OH was associated with the accumulation of these three aliphatic glucosinolate compounds. PCA further revealed that comparatively higher accumulation of neoglucobrassicin in the inbred line, BN4072, was associated with a high level of expression of MYB34 (Bol017062) and CYP81F1 genes. The Dof1 and IQD1 genes probably trans-activated the genes related to biosynthesis of glucoerucin and methoxyglucobrassicin for their comparatively higher accumulation in the BN4059 and BN4072 lines compared to the other two lines, BN3273 and BN3383. A comparatively higher progoitrin level in BN3273 was probably associated with the higher expression level of the GSL-OH gene. The cabbage inbred line BN3383 accounted for the significantly higher relative expression level for the 12 genes out of 48, but this line had comparatively lower total glucosinolates detected compared to the other three cabbage lines. The reason for the genotypic variation in gene expression and glucosinolate accumulation is a subject of further investigation.-
dc.titleExpression profiling of glucosinolate biosynthetic genes in Brassica oleracea L. var. capitata inbred lines reveals their association with glucosinolate content-
dc.title.alternativeExpression profiling of glucosinolate biosynthetic genes in Brassica oleracea L. var. capitata inbred lines reveals their association with glucosinolate content-
dc.contributor.affiliatedAuthorHyeran Kim-
dc.identifier.bibliographicCitationMolecules, vol. 21, no. 6, pp. 787-787-
dc.subject.keywordbiosynthetic genes-
dc.subject.keywordexpression analysis-
dc.subject.keywordBrassica oleracea var. capitata-
dc.subject.keywordgenotypic variations-
dc.subject.localbiosynthetic genes-
dc.subject.localBiosynthetic genes-
dc.subject.localExpression analysis-
dc.subject.localexpression analysis-
dc.subject.localBrassica oleracea var. capitata-
dc.subject.localgenotypic variations-
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