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Series GSE10670 Query DataSets for GSE10670
Status Public on Sep 01, 2008
Title Global expression profiling of wild type and transgenic Arabidopsis plants in response to water stress
Organism Arabidopsis thaliana
Experiment type Expression profiling by array
Summary Transgenic Arabidopsis plants with constitutively low inositol (1,4,5) triphosphate exhibit an increased tolerance to water stress by an ABA-independent pathway
The phosphoinositide pathway and inositol (1,4,5) trisphopsphate (InsP3) are implicated in plant responses to stress. In order to manipulate the pathway and determine the downstream consequences of altered InsP3-mediated signaling, we generated transgenic Arabidopsis plants expressing the mammalian type I inositol polyphosphate 5-phosphatase, an enzyme that specifically hydrolyzes the soluble inositol phosphates and terminates the signal. Transgenic plants have no morphological differences compared to wild type; however, rapid transient Ca2+ responses to a cold or salt stimulus are reduced by ~ 30%. To further understand the role of InsP3-mediated signaling in plant stress responses we focused on drought stress. Surprisingly, the InsP 5-ptase plants lose less water and exhibited an increased tolerance to drought. Stomatal bioassays showed that transgenic guard cells are less responsive to the inhibition of opening by ABA but show an increased sensitivity to ABA-induced closure. The onset of the drought stress is delayed in the transgenic plants and ABA levels did not increase as much as in the wild type. Transcript profiling has revealed that DREB2A and a subset of DREB2A regulated genes are basally up regulated in the InsP 5-ptase plants. These results indicate that the drought tolerance of the InsP 5-ptase plants is mediated in part via an ABA-independent pathway. The constitutive dampening of the InsP3 signal in this system has uncovered novel regulation and cross talk between signaling pathways.
Keywords: drought stress, expression study
 
Overall design In order to compare global expression profiles between wild type and transgenic plants in response to water stress we harvested leaves for transcript profiling at day 0 (well watered) and at day 7 when the transgenic plants were still at an RWC of >85% and the wild type and vector control plants were at an RWC of ~ 50 -60% . Leaves were harvested and pooled from ~ 10 plants of each line/time point and three independent biological replicates were carried out with wild type (WT) and 2 independent transgenic lines (T6 and T8). The vector control line (C2) was used as an additional control.
 
Contributor(s) Perera IY, Hung C, Boss WF
Citation(s) 18849493
Submission date Feb 29, 2008
Last update date Aug 28, 2018
Contact name Imara Perera
E-mail(s) imara_perera@ncsu.edu
Phone 919-515-3544
Fax 919-515-3436
Organization name North Carolina State University
Department Plant Biology
Street address Campus Box 7612
City Raleigh
State/province NC
ZIP/Postal code 27695
Country USA
 
Platforms (1)
GPL198 [ATH1-121501] Affymetrix Arabidopsis ATH1 Genome Array
Samples (22)
GSM269812 WT leaf-well watered-rep1
GSM269813 WT leaf-drought-rep1
GSM269814 T6 leaf-well watered-rep1
Relations
Affiliated with GSE69995
BioProject PRJNA107645

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