Regulation of asymmetric polar auxin transport by PsPIN1 in endodermal tissues of etiolated Pisum sativum epicotyls: focus on immunohistochemical analyses

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This manuscript reports the production of specific polyclonal antibodies for PsPIN1, a putative auxin efflux carrier in Alaska pea (Pisum sativum L.) plants, and the cellular immunolocalization of PsPIN1. When pea seeds were set with the seed axis horizontal to the upper surface of a rockwool block, and allowed to germinate and grow for 3 days in the dark, the epicotyl grew upward. On the other hand, the application of 2,3,5-triiodobenzoic acid (TIBA) inhibited graviresponse. In the subapical epicotyl regions, PsPIN1 has been found to localize in the basal side of the plasma membrane of cells in endodermal tissues. Asymmetric PsPIN1 localization between the proximal and distal sides of the epicotyl was observed, the total amounts of PsPIN1 being more abundant in the proximal side. The asymmetric PsPIN1 distribution between the proximal and distal sides of the epicotyl was well correlated with unequal polar auxin transport as well as asymmetric accumulation of mRNA of PsPIN1 (Ueda et al. in Biol Sci Space 26:32–41, 2012; Ueda et al. in Plant Biol 16(suppl 1):43–49, 2014). In the proximal side of an apical hook, PsPIN1 localized in the basal side of the plasma membrane of cells in endodermal tissues, whereas in the distal side, the abundant distribution of PsPIN1 localized in the basal-lower (endodermal) side of the basal plasma membrane, suggesting possible lateral auxin movement from the distal side to the proximal side in this region. The application of TIBA significantly reduced the amount of PsPIN1 in the proximal side of epicotyls, but little in the distal side. These results suggest that unequal auxin transport in epicotyls during the early growth stage of etiolated pea seedlings is derived from asymmetric PsPIN1 localization in the apical hook and subapical region of epicotyls, and that asymmetric transport between the proximal and distal sides of epicotyls is required for the graviresponse of epicotyls.

Keywords

Auxin efflux Epicotyl Immunohistochemistry Polar auxin transport PsPIN1 localization Pisum sativum 

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Future Development DivisionAdvanced Engineering Services Co., Ltd.TsukubaJapan
  2. 2.Faculty of Liberal Arts and SciencesOsaka Prefecture UniversitySakaiJapan
  3. 3.Faculty of AgricultureTottori UniversityTottoriJapan
  4. 4.Graduate School of ScienceOsaka Prefecture UniversitySakaiJapan
  5. 5.Kibo Utilization Center, Human Spaceflight Technology DirectorateJapan Aerospace Exploration AgencyTsukubaJapan

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