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We report that a Kelch repeats-containing F-box (KFB) protein, SMALL AND GLOSSY LEAVES 1 (SAGL1), negatively influences SA biosynthesis in Arabidopsis thaliana by mediating the proteolytic turnover of SYSTEMIC ACQUIRED RESISTANCE DEFICIENT 1 (SARD1), a master transcription factor that directly drives SA biosynthesis during immunity.
Loss of SAGL1 resulted in characteristic growth inhibition. Combining metabolomic, transcriptional and phenotypic analyses, we found that SAGL1 represses SA biosynthesis and SA-mediated immune activation. Genetic crosses to mutants that are deficient in SA biosynthesis blocked the SA overaccumulation in sagl1 and rescued its growth. Biochemical and proteomic analysis identified that SAGL1 interacts with SARD1 and promotes the degradation of SARD1 in a proteasome-dependent manner.
These results unravelled a critical role of KFB protein SAGL1 in maintaining SA homeostasis via controlling SARD1 stability.
- Arabidopsis thaliana
- F-box protein
- growth-immunity trade-off
- phenylpropanoid metabolism
- salicylic acid (SA)
- PIPECOLIC ACID
- ISOCHORISMATE SYNTHASE
- PARTIALLY REDUNDANT
- DISEASE RESISTANCE
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A China-UK joint phenomics consortium to dissect the basis of crop stress resistance in the face of climate change
01 Jul 2018 → 31 Dec 2023
Project: Externally funded research