2021
DOI: 10.3390/ijms22020785
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Abstract: Glycerol-3-phosphate acyltransferases (GPATs) play an important role in glycerolipid biosynthesis, and are mainly involved in oil production, flower development, and stress response. However, their roles in regulating plant height remain unreported. Here, we report that Arabidopsis GPAT1 is involved in the regulation of plant height. GUS assay and qRT-PCR analysis in Arabidopsis showed that GPAT1 is highly expressed in flowers, siliques, and seeds. A loss of function mutation in GPAT1 was shown to decrease see… Show more

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“…As a result of the deletion of Arabidopsis GPAT1 , SFAs content decreased and MUFAs content increased ( Bai et al, 2021 ). Plant height and cell length increased, but oil content decreased in gpat1 mutants ( Bai et al, 2021 ).…”
Section: Crispr/cas9 and Lipid Metabolic Engineeringmentioning
confidence: 99%
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“…As a result of the deletion of Arabidopsis GPAT1 , SFAs content decreased and MUFAs content increased ( Bai et al, 2021 ). Plant height and cell length increased, but oil content decreased in gpat1 mutants ( Bai et al, 2021 ).…”
Section: Crispr/cas9 and Lipid Metabolic Engineeringmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…As a result of the deletion of Arabidopsis GPAT1 , SFAs content decreased and MUFAs content increased ( Bai et al, 2021 ). Plant height and cell length increased, but oil content decreased in gpat1 mutants ( Bai et al, 2021 ). In rapeseed, Bnlpat2 and Bnlpat5 single mutants increased the content of 18:0 and 20:0, and decreased the content of 18:1, 18:2, and 18:3 ( Zhang et al, 2019b ).…”
Section: Crispr/cas9 and Lipid Metabolic Engineeringmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…At least 23 and two transcripts were up- and downregulated upon RAP2.12 overexpression, respectively, including AOX1b (5.1-fold induced). In addition, seeds from the prt6 mutant presented alterations in the mitochondrial transcripts [ 78 ] involved in central carbon and lipid metabolisms, such as QUA-QUINE STARCH ( QQS ) [ 111 ], GLYCEROL-3-PHOSPHATE ACYLTRANSFERASE 1 ( GPAT1 ) [ 112 ], and DUF581 CYCLIN-DEPENDENT KINASE ( AT1G74940 ), among which the latter was shown to interact with SNRK1 [ 113 ]. Moreover, AOX1a and NDB3 were downregulated in seeds from the prt6 mutant [ 78 ].…”
Section: Mitochondrial Retrograde Signaling and Crosstalk With Chloro...mentioning
confidence: 99%
“…It has been noted that genetic dissection and the use of specific plant-type traits, including plant height, can improve the efficiency of soybean high-yield breeding ( Liu et al, 2020 ). Plant height, as a complex quantitative trait, is governed by abundant genes and a variety of hormones, such as gibberellin, auxin, and cytokinin ( Wang et al, 2017 , 2021 ; Zhang et al, 2017 ; Dong et al, 2019 ; Liao et al, 2019 ; Castorina and Consonni, 2020 ; Bai et al, 2021 ). During the last century’s “Green Revolution,” the Rht1 ( Reduced height 1 ) gene of wheat ( Rockwell and Hongay, 2019 ), the Sd1 ( Semi-dwarf 1 ) gene of rice ( Ren et al, 2019 ), and the D8 ( Dwarf-8 ) gene of maize ( Huang et al, 2019 ) all regulated plant height by adjusting gibberellic acid (GA) contents.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%