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Research center of Embrapa/Collection: Embrapa Agroenergia - Artigo em periódico indexado (ALICE)
Date Issued: 2021
Type of Material: Artigo em periódico indexado (ALICE)
Authors: RIBEIRO, A. P.
VINECKY, F.
DUARTE, K. E.
SANTIAGO, T. R.
CASARI, R. A. das C. N.
HELL, A. F.
DIAS, B. B. A.
MARTINS, P. K.
CENTENO, D. da C.
OLIVEIRA, P. A. de
CANÇADO, G. M. de A.
MAGALHAES, J. V. de
KOBAYASHI, A. K.
SOUZA, W. R. de
MOLINARI, H. B. C.
Additional Information: ANA PAULA RIBEIRO; FELIPE VINECKY; KAROLINE ESTEFANI DUARTE, UFABC; THAÍS RIBEIRO SANTIAGO, UNB; RAPHAEL AUGUSTO DAS CHAGAS NOQUELI CASARI; ALINE FORGATTI HELL, UFABC; BARBARA ANDRADE DIAS BRITO DA CUNHA, CNPAE; POLYANA KELLY MARTINS; DANILO DA CRUZ CENTENO, UFABC; PATRICIA ABRAO DE OLIVEIRA MOLINARI, CNPAE; GERALDO MAGELA DE ALMEIDA CANCADO, CNPTIA; JURANDIR VIEIRA DE MAGALHAES, CNPMS; ADILSON KENJI KOBAYASHI, CNPAE; WAGNER RODRIGO DE SOUZA, UFABC; HUGO BRUNO CORREA MOLINARI, CNPAE.
Title: Enhanced aluminum tolerance in sugarcane: evaluation of SbMATE overexpression and genome-wide identification of ALMTs in Saccharum spp.
Publisher: BMC Plant Biology, v. 21, p. 1-15, 2021.
Language: Ingles
Notes: Article number: 300.
Keywords: Tolerância a alumínio
Toxicidade de alumínio
Estresse abiótico
Sistema hidropônico
ALMT
Aluminum toxicity
Aluminum tolerance
Hydroponic system
Aluminum-activated Malate Transporter family
Multi-drug and Toxic Compound Extrusion
Genome-wide analysis
Description: Abstract. Background: A major limiting factor for plant growth is the aluminum (Al) toxicity in acidic soils, especially in tropical regions. The exclusion of Al from the root apex through root exudation of organic acids such as malate and citrate is one of the most ubiquitous tolerance mechanisms in the plant kingdom. Two families of anion channels that confer Al tolerance are well described in the literature, ALMT and MATE family. Results: In this study, sugarcane plants constitutively overexpressing the Sorghum bicolor MATE gene (SbMATE) showed improved tolerance to Al when compared to non-transgenic (NT) plants, characterized by sustained root growth and exclusion of aluminum from the root apex based on the result obtained with hematoxylin staining. In addition, genome-wide analysis of the recently released sugarcane genome identified 11 ALMT genes and molecular studies showed potential new targets for aluminum tolerance. Conclusions: Our results indicate that the transgenic plants overexpressing the Sorghum bicolor MATE has an improved tolerance to Al. The expression profile of ALMT genes revels potential candidate genes to be used has an alternative for agricultural expansion in Brazil and other areas with aluminum toxicity in poor and acid soils.
Thesagro: Cana de Açúcar
Sorghum Bicolor
Mate
NAL Thesaurus: Sugarcane
Saccharum
Abiotic stress
Data Created: 2021-06-30
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