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Title

The gene pat-2, which induces natural parthenocarpy, alters the gibberellin content in unpollinated tomato ovaries

AuthorsFos, M.; Nuez, Fernando; García-Martínez, José-Luis
KeywordsPisum-sativum L.
Lycopersico-esculentum
Fruit-development
Growth
Identification
Biosynthesis
Expression
Severianin
Mutant
Set
Issue DateFeb-2000
PublisherAmerican Society of Plant Biologists
CitationPlant Physiology 122/2: 471-479 (2000)
AbstractWe investigated the role of gibberellins (CAs) in the effect of pat-2 a recessive mutation that induces facultative parthenocarpic fruit development in tomato (Lycopersicon esculentum Mill.) using near-isogenic lines with two different genetic backgrounds. Unpollinated wild-type Madrigal (MA/wt) and Cuarenteno (CU/wt) ovaries degenerated, but GA(3) application induced parthenocarpic fruit growth. On the contrary, parthenocarpic growth of MA/pat-2 and CU/pat-2 fruits, which occurs in the absence of pollination and hormone application, was not affected by GA(3). Pollinated MA/wt and parthenocarpic MA/pat-2 ovary development was negated by paclobutrazol, and this inhibitory effect was counteracted by CA(3). The main CAs of the early-13-hydroxylation pathway (GA(1), GA(3), GA(8), GA(19), GA(20), GA(29), GA(44), GA(53), and, tentatively, GA(81)) and two CAs of the non-13-hydroxylation pathway (GA(9) and GA(34)) were identified in MA/wt ovaries by gas chromatography-selected ion monitoring. CAs were quantified in unpollinated ovaries at flower bud, pre-anthesis, and anthesis. In unpollinated MA/pat-2 and CU/pat-2 ovaries, the GA(20) content was much higher (up to 160 times higher) and the GA(19) content was lower than in the corresponding non-parthenocarpic ovaries. The application of an inhibitor of 2-oxoglutarate-dependent dioxygenases suggested that GA(20) is not active per se. The pat-2 mutation may increase CA 20-oxidase activity in unpollinated ovaries, leading to a higher synthesis of GA(20), the precursor of an active GA
Publisher version (URL)http://dx.doi 10.1104/pp.122.2.471
URIhttp://hdl.handle.net/10261/75119
ISSN0032-0889
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