Characterization of Organellar-Specific ABA Responses during Environmental Stresses in Tobacco Cells and Arabidopsis Plants
|Corresponding Author||Zhou，Yeling; Liang，Jiansheng|
|Joint first author||Zhou，Yeling|
Abscisic acid (ABA) is a critical phytohormone involved in multifaceted processes in plant metabolism and growth under both stressed and nonstressed conditions. Its accumulation in various tissues and cells has long been established as a biomarker for plant stress responses. To date, a comprehensive understanding of ABA distribution and dynamics at subcellular resolution in response to environmental cues is still lacking. Here, we modified the previously developed ABA sensor ABAleon2.1_Tao3 (Tao3) and targeted it to different organelles including the endoplasmic reticulum (ER), chloroplast/plastid, and nucleus through the addition of corresponding signal peptides. Together with the cytosolic Tao3, we show distinct ABA distribution patterns in different tobacco cells with the chloroplast showing a lower level of ABA in both cell types. In a tobacco mesophyll cell, organellar ABA displayed specific alterations depending on osmotic stimulus, with ABA levels being generally enhanced under a lower and higher concentration of salt and mannitol treatment, respectively. In Arabidopsis roots, cells from both the meristem and elongation zone accumulated ABA considerably in the cytoplasm upon mannitol treatment, while the plastid and nuclear ABA was generally reduced dependent upon specific cell types. In Arabidopsis leaf tissue, subcellular ABA seemed to be less responsive when stressed, with notable increases of ER ABA in epidermal cells and a reduction of nuclear ABA in guard cells. Together, our results present a detailed characterization of stimulus-dependent cell type-specific organellar ABA responses in tobacco and Arabidopsis plants, supporting a highly coordinated regulatory network for mediating subcellular ABA homeostasis during plant adaptation processes.
National Natural Science Foundation of China ; Key Laboratory of Molecular Design for Plant Cell Factory of Guangdong Higher Education Institutes[2019KSYS006] ; Shenzhen government[JCYJ20170817104523456] ; Shenzhen Science and Technology Program[KQTD20190929173906742] ; [K20227507]
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|Document Type||Journal Article|
|Department||Department of Biology|
1.Co‐Innovation Center for Modern Production Technology of Grain Crops,Jiangsu Key Laboratory of Crop Genetics and Physiology,Key Laboratory of Plant Functional Genomics of the Ministry of Education,Yangzhou University,Yangzhou,225009,China
2.Key Laboratory of Molecular Design for Plant Cell Factory of Guangdong Higher Education Institutes,Department of Biology,School of Life Sciences,Southern University of Science and Technology,Shenzhen,518055,China
|First Author Affilication||Department of Biology; School of Life Sciences|
|Corresponding Author Affilication||Department of Biology; School of Life Sciences|
Wang，Yuzhu,Zhou，Yeling,Liang，Jiansheng. Characterization of Organellar-Specific ABA Responses during Environmental Stresses in Tobacco Cells and Arabidopsis Plants[J]. CELLS,2022,11(13).
Wang，Yuzhu,Zhou，Yeling,&Liang，Jiansheng.(2022).Characterization of Organellar-Specific ABA Responses during Environmental Stresses in Tobacco Cells and Arabidopsis Plants.CELLS,11(13).
Wang，Yuzhu,et al."Characterization of Organellar-Specific ABA Responses during Environmental Stresses in Tobacco Cells and Arabidopsis Plants".CELLS 11.13(2022).
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