A Rice gid1 Suppressor Mutant Reveals That Gibberellin Is Not Always Required for Interaction between Its Receptor, GID1, and DELLA Proteins

Publication Type:Journal Article
Year of Publication:2010
Authors:Yamamoto, Y, Hirai, T, Yamamoto, E, Kawamura, M, Sato, T, Kitano, H, Matsuoka, M, Ueguchi-Tanaka, M
Journal:The Plant Cell
Volume:22
Issue:11
Date Published:2010
ISBN Number:10404651
Keywords:Brassica, glycine, Oryza, Oryza sativa
Abstract:

To investigate gibberellin (GA) signaling using the rice (Oryza sativa) GA receptor GIBBERELLIN-INSENSITIVE DWARF1 (GID 1) mutant gid1-8, we isolated a suppressor mutant, Suppressor of gid1-1 [Sgd-1). Sgd-1 is an intragenic mutant containing the original gid1-8 mutation (L45F) and an additional amino acid substitution (P99S) in the loop region. GID1 P99S interacts with the rice DELLA protein SLENDER RICE1 (SLR1), even in the absence of GA. Substitution of the 99th Pro with other amino acids revealed that substitution with Ala (P99A) caused the highest level of GA-independent interaction. Physicochemical analysis using surface plasmon resonance revealed that GID1 P99A has smaller K a (association) and K d (dissociation) values for GA₄ than does wild-type GID1. This suggests that the GID1 P99A lid is at least partially closed, resulting in both GA-independent and GA-hypersensitive interactions with SLR1. One of the three Arabidopsis thaliana GID1s, At GID1b, can also interact with DELLA proteins in the absence of GA, so we investigated whether GA-independent interaction of At GID1b depends on a mechanism similar to that of rice GID1 P99A . Substitution of the loop region or a few amino acids of At GID1b with those of At GID1a diminished its GA-independent interaction with GAI while maintaining the GA-dependent interaction. Soybean [Glycine max) and Brassica napus also have GID1s similar to At GID1b, indicating that these unique GID1s occur in various dicots and may have important functions in these plants.

URL:http://www.jstor.org/stable/41059377
Short Title:The Plant Cell
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