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Synchronous Transcription of Cytoskeleton-Associated Genes is Critical to Cotton Fiber Elongation

  • Dhananjay K. Pandey
  • Bhupendra Chaudhary
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Abstract

Cytoskeleton-associated genes’ expression in the modern cotton fibers has selectively been evolved under domestication. Since the magnitude of transcriptional dynamicity of cytoskeletal genes in fibers has not yet been thoroughly explored, comprehensive expression analyses of the domestication-driven profilins (GhPRFs) were performed by assaying 12 tissues from various developmental stages of elite cotton genotypes. Results from 3240 successful profilin (GhPRF1–GhPRF6) expression assays revealed enormous spatial transcriptional biases with their predominant expression in the elongating fibers. Moreover, fiber developmental stages have more pronounced impacts on differential gene expression than the genetic backgrounds. Transcriptional comparisons of GhPRFs-associated key cytoskeletal genes GhAnnex and GhACT show perfect (r = 1.0) to strong positive (r > 0.95) correlation in the developing fibers. RNAi-mediated constitutive suppression of domestication-driven GhPRF1 gene resulted in significant expression modulation of GhAnnex and GhACT genes in floral/fiber tissues and consequently sustained the cell wall development. These results highlight that temporal expression of GhPRF–GhAnnex–GhACT triad is exceptionally coordinated which illustrates fascinating crosstalk in diverse cellular contexts and cell types. Temporal fold-expression variations of other cytoskeletal-‘structural’ genes Tub–Exp–FLA triad were transversely synchronous to the GhPRF–GhAnnex–GhACT genic triad. However, the CMW-‘modifying’ genes GalT1, ABP1, and CesA were unconditionally divergent from the synchronous temporal dynamics of genic triad investigated beforehand. To our knowledge, this study represents the first in-depth description of synchronous transcriptional dynamicity of cytoskeletal-‘structural’ genes in the developing fibers. These results present a novel viewpoint on the temporal expression evolution of cytoskeletal-‘structural’ genes, augmenting our understanding of the evolutionary genetics of cytoskeletal genes in fiber development.

Keywords

Cotton fiber development Cell wall genes Genomics qRT-PCR RNAi 

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Acknowledgements

This work was supported by the Department of Biotechnology (DBT), Government of India (Grant No. BT/PR8727/AGR/36/777/2013) and Council of Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR), Government of India (Grant No. 38(1298)/11/EMR-II). DKP was also supported with research fellowship by the DBT, Government of India. Authors are thankful to the DBT and CSIR for providing financial support to carry out this research work.

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The authors declare no conflict of interest.

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  1. 1.School of BiotechnologyGautam Buddha UniversityGreater NoidaIndia

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