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Journal of Zhejiang University SCIENCE B 2012 Vol.13 No.12 P.1006-1014

10.1631/jzus.B1200089


An Arabidopsis mutant atcsr-2 exhibits high cadmium stress sensitivity involved in the restriction of H2S emission


Author(s):  Ya-wei Li, Ze-hua Gong, Yao Mu, Yi-xian Zhang, Zeng-jie Qiao, Li-ping Zhang, Zhu-ping Jin, Hua Li, Yan-xi Pei

Affiliation(s):  School of Life Science, Shanxi University, Taiyuan 030006, China; more

Corresponding email(s):   peiyanxi@sxu.edu.cn

Key Words:  AtCSR, H2S gas-transmitter, Glutathione, Cadmium stress sensitivity


Ya-wei Li, Ze-hua Gong, Yao Mu, Yi-xian Zhang, Zeng-jie Qiao, Li-ping Zhang, Zhu-ping Jin, Hua Li, Yan-xi Pei. An Arabidopsis mutant atcsr-2 exhibits high cadmium stress sensitivity involved in the restriction of H2S emission[J]. Journal of Zhejiang University Science B, 2012, 13(12): 1006-1014.

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Abstract: 
The gene AtCSR encodes peptidyl-prolyl cis/trans isomerases (PPIases) that accelerate energetically unfavorable cis/trans isomerization of the peptide bond preceding proline production. In our studies, we found that AtCSR was associated with cadmium (Cd)-sensitive response in Arabidopsis. Our results show that AtCSR expression was triggered by Cd-stress in wild type Arabidopsis. The expression of some genes responsible for Cd2+ transportation into vacuoles was induced, and the expression of the iron-regulated transporter 1 (IRT1) related to Cd2+ absorption from the environment was not induced in wild type with Cd2+ treatment. The expression of Cd-transportation related genes was not in response to Cd-stress, whereas IRT expression increased dramatically in atcsr-2 with Cd2+ treatment. The expression of glutathione 1 (GSH1) was consistent with GSH being much lower in atcsr-2 in comparison with the wild type with Cd2+ treatment. Additionally, malondialdehyde (MDA), hydrogen peroxide, and Cd2+ contents, and activities of some antioxidative enzymes, differed between the wild type and atcsr-2. Hydrogen sulfide (H2S) has been confirmed as the third gas-transmitter over recent years. The findings revealed that the expression pattern of H2S-releasing related genes and that of Cd-induced chelation and transportation genes matched well in the wild type and atcsr-2, and H2S could regulate the expression of the Cd-induced genes and alleviate Cd-triggered toxicity. Finally, one possible suggestion was given: down-regulation of atcsr-2, depending on h2S gas-transmitter not only weakened Cd2+ chelation, but also reduced Cd2+ transportation into vacuoles, as well as enhancing the Cd2+ assimilation, thus rendering atcsr-2 mutant sensitive to Cd-stress.

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