doi:

DOI: 10.3724/SP.J.1006.2018.00177

Acta Agronomica Sinica (作物学报) 2018/44:2 PP.177-184

Cloning and Expression Analysis of BoSPI Induced by Self-pollination in Brassica oleracea L. var. capitata


Abstract:
Self incompatibility is a complex and comprehensive genetic mechanism formed in the long-term evolution, which prevents inbreeding and promotes heterosis. Mining functional genes involving in self incompatibility has an important significance for the study of self incompatibility in Brassica oleracea L. var. capitata. In this study, we identified a gene named BoSPI which expression was up-regulated and induced by self-pollination based on the stigma transcriptome data in 0-60 min self-pollination and cross-pollination. BoSPI contains an open reading frame (ORF) with the length of 534 bp, encoding a protein of 177 amino acid residues without introns, which contains four conserved EF-hand domains without signal peptide and transmembrane domain, the theory isoelectric point of BoSPI is 4.21. In addition, diverse cis-acting promoter elements involved in fungal elicitor response, metabolic regulation and organ formation were discovered in the upstream 2000 bp of initial codon of BoSPI. BoSPI could be expressed as a 17 kD protein in E. coli BL21 (DE3). The expression level of BoSPI was the highest in stigmas and lower in petals, sepals, leaves and stamens of cabbage after self-pollination. Subcellular localization analysis revealed that BoSPI encoded a protein localized in the cell membrane and cytoplasm. The expression of BoSPI gene was significantly induced by self pollination after 30 minutes. These results suggest that BoSPI is involved in the molecular processes of the stigma response to self-pollen stimulation, which may be a new functional gene related to the self incompatibility of Brassica oleracea L. var. capitata.

Key words:self-pollination,Brassica oleracea L.var.capitata,gene (BoSPI),transcriptome technology

ReleaseDate:2018-03-08 10:13:39



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