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Year 2018, Volume 23, Issue 2, 167 - 172, 15.12.2018
https://doi.org/10.17557/tjfc.485587

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References

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  • Ahrazem, O., A. Trapero, M. D. Gomez, A. Rubio-Moraga and L. Gomez-Gomez. 2010. Genomic analysis and gene structure of the plant carotenoid dioxygenase 4 family: a deeper study in Crocus sativus and its allies. Genomics 96: 239-50.
  • Ates, D., T. Sever, S. Aldemir, B. Yagmur, H. Y. Temel, H. B. Kaya, A. Alsaleh, A. Kahraman, H. Ozkan, A. Vandenberg and B. Tanyolac. 2016. Identification QTLs controlling genes for Se uptake in lentil seeds. PLoS One 11: e0149210.
  • Auldridge, M. E., A. Block, J. T. Vogel, C. Dabney‐Smith, I. Mila, M. Bouzayen, M. Magallanes‐Lundback, D. Dellapenna, D. R. Mccarty and H. J. Klee. 2006. Characterization of three members of the Arabidopsis carotenoid cleavage dioxygenase family demonstrates the divergent roles of this multifunctional enzyme family. The Plant Journal 45: 982-93.
  • Brandi, F., E. Bar, F. Mourgues, G. Horváth, E. Turcsi, G. Giuliano, A. Liverani, S. Tartarini, E. Lewinsohn and C. Rosati. 2011. Study of 'Redhaven' peach and its white-fleshed mutant suggests a key role of CCD4 carotenoid dioxygenase in carotenoid and norisoprenoid volatile metabolism. BMC Plant Biology 11: 24.
  • Campbell, R., L. J. Ducreux, W. L. Morris, J. A. Morris, J. C. Suttle, G. Ramsay, G. J. Bryan, P. E. Hedley and M. A. Taylor. 2010. The metabolic and developmental roles of carotenoid cleavage dioxygenase 4 from potato (Solanum tuberosum L). Plant Physiology 154: 656-664.
  • Chandler, K., A. E. Lipka, B. F. Owens, H. Li, E. S. Buckler, T. Rocheford and M. A. Gore. 2013. Genetic analysis of visually scored orange kernel color in maize. Crop Science 53: 189-200.
  • Dockrall, S. 2012. Carotenoid cleavage dioxygenases (CCDs) of grape. Thesis (MScAgric). Stellenbosch, Stellenbosch University.
  • Domagalska, M. A. and O. Leyser. 2011. Signal integration in the control of shoot branching. Nature reviews Molecular Cell Biology 12: 211.
  • El-Qudah, J. M. 2009. Identification and quantification of major carotenoids in some vegetables. American Journal of Applied Sciences 6: 492.
  • El-Qudah, J. M. 2014. Estimation of carotenoid contents of selected mediterranean legumes by HPLC. World J. Med. Sci. 10: 89-93.
  • Fitzpatrick, T. B., G. J. Basset, P. Borel, F. Carrari, D. Dellapenna, P. D. Fraser, H. Hellmann, S. Osorio, C. Rothan and V. Valpuesta. 2012. Vitamin deficiencies in humans: can plant science help? The Plant Cell. 24: 395-414.
  • Gedik, A., D. Ates, S. Erdogmus, G. Comertpay, B. Tanyolac and H. Ozkan. 2017. Genetic diversity of Crocus sativus and its close relative species analyzed by iPBS-retrotransposons. Turkish Journal of Field Crops 22: 243-52.
  • Giuliano, G., S. Al-Babili and J. Von Lintig. 2003. Carotenoid oxygenases: cleave it or leave it. Trends in Plant Science 8: 145-9.
  • Gonzalez-Jorge, S., S. H. Ha, M. Magallanes-Lundback, L. U. Gilliland, A. Zhou, A. E. Lipka, Y. N. Nguyen, R. Angelovici, H. Lin and J. Cepela. 2013. Carotenoid cleavage dioxygenase4 is a negative regulator of β-carotene content in Arabidopsis seeds. The Plant Cell 25: 4812-4826.
  • Hidalgo, A., A. Brandolini, C. Pompei and R. Piscozzi. 2006. Carotenoids and tocols of einkorn wheat (Triticum monococcum ssp. monococcum L.). Journal of Cereal Science 44: 182-93.
  • Huang, F. C., P. Molnár and W. Schwab. 2009. Cloning and functional characterization of carotenoid cleavage dioxygenase 4 genes. Journal of Experimental Botany 60: 3011-22.
  • Ibdah, M., Y. Azulay, V. Portnoy, B. Wasserman, E. Bar, A. Meir, Y. Burger, J. Hirschberg, A. A. Schaffer and N. Katzir. 2006. Functional characterization of CmCCD1, a carotenoid cleavage dioxygenase from melon. Phytochemistry 67: 1579-89.
  • Just, B. J., C. A. Santos, B. S. Yandell and P. W. Simon. 2009. Major QTL for carrot color are positionally associated with carotenoid biosynthetic genes and interact epistatically in a domesticated × wild carrot cross. Theoretical and Applied Genetics 119: 1155-69.
  • Kim, M. J., J. K. Kim, H. J. Kim, J. H. Pak, J. H. Lee, D. H. Kim, H. K. Choi, H. W. Jung, J. D. Lee and Y. S. Chung. 2012. Genetic modification of the soybean to enhance the β-carotene content through seed-specific expression. PLoS One 7: e48287.
  • Kimura, M., C. N. Kobori, D. B. Rodriguez-Amaya and P. Nestel. 2007. Screening and HPLC methods for carotenoids in sweetpotato, cassava and maize for plant breeding trials. Food Chemistry 100: 1734-46.
  • Krinsky, N. I. and E. J. Johnson. 2005. Carotenoid actions and their relation to health and disease. Molecular Aspects of Medicine 26: 459-516.
  • Lachman, J., K. Hejtmánková and Z. Kotíková. 2013. Tocols and carotenoids of einkorn, emmer and spring wheat varieties: Selection for breeding and production. Journal of Cereal Science 57: 207-14.
  • Lashbrooke, J. G., P. R. Young, S. J. Dockrall, K. Vasanth and M. A. Vivier. 2013. Functional characterisation of three members of the Vitis vinifera L. carotenoid cleavage dioxygenase gene family. BMC Plant Biology 13: 156.
  • Lee, S. Y., Y. S. Yeo, S. Y. Park, S. G. Lee, S. M. Lee, H. S. Cho, N. J. Chung and S. W. Oh. 2017. Compositional analysis of lentil (Lens culinaris) cultivars related to colors and their antioxidative activity. Plant Breeding and Biotechnology 5: 192-203.
  • Ma, J., J. Li, J. Zhao, H. Zhou, F. Ren, L. Wang, C. Gu, L. Liao and Y. Han. 2014. Inactivation of a gene encoding carotenoid cleavage dioxygenase (CCD4) leads to carotenoid-based yellow coloration of fruit flesh and leaf midvein in peach. Plant Molecular Biology Reporter 32: 246-57.
  • Mendes-Pinto, M. M. 2009. Carotenoid breakdown products the-norisoprenoids-in wine aroma. Archives of Biochemistry and Biophysics 483: 236-45.
  • Mester, D., Y. Ronin, Y. Hu, J. Peng, E. Nevo and A. Korol. 2003. Efficient multipoint mapping: making use of dominant repulsion-phase markers. Theoretical and Applied Genetics 107: 1102-12.
  • Muller, O. and M. Krawinkel. 2005. Malnutrition and health in developing countries. Canadian Medical Association Journal 173: 279-86.
  • Nambara, E. and A. Marion-Poll. 2005. Abscisic acid biosynthesis and catabolism. Annu. Rev. Plant Biol. 56: 165-85.
  • Ohmiya, A. 2009. Carotenoid cleavage dioxygenases and their apocarotenoid products in plants. Plant Biotechnology 26: 351-8.
  • Ohmiya, A., S. Kishimoto, R. Aida, S. Yoshioka and K. Sumitomo. 2006. Carotenoid cleavage dioxygenase (CmCCD4a) contributes to white color formation in Chrysanthemum petals. Plant Physiology 142: 1193-201.
  • Paine, J. A., C. A. Shipton, S. Chaggar, R. M. Howells, M. J. Kennedy, G. Vernon, S. Y. Wright, E. Hinchliffe, J. L. Adams and A. L. Silverstone. 2005. Improving the nutritional value of Golden Rice through increased pro-vitamin A content. Nature Biotechnology 23: 482.
  • Pan, Z., Y. Zeng, J. An, J. Ye, Q. Xu and X. Deng. 2012. An integrative analysis of transcriptome and proteome provides new insights into carotenoid biosynthesis and regulation in sweet orange fruits. Journal of Proteomics 75: 2670-84.
  • Rodrigo, M. J., B. Alquezar and L. Zacarías. 2006. Cloning and characterization of two 9-cis-epoxycarotenoid dioxygenase genes, differentially regulated during fruit maturation and under stress conditions, from orange (Citrus sinensis L. Osbeck). Journal of Experimental Botany 57: 633-43.
  • Rokas, A. and P. W. Holland. 2000. Rare genomic changes as a tool for phylogenetics. Trends in Ecology & Evolution 15: 454-9.
  • Rubio, A., J. L. Rambla, M. Santaella, M. D. Gomez, D. Orzaez, A. Granell and L. Gómez-Gómez. 2008. Cytosolic and plastoglobule targeted carotenoid dioxygenases from Crocus sativus are both involved in β-ionone-release. Journal of Biological Chemistry 283: 24816-24825.
  • Ruiz-Sola, M. A. and M. Rodriguez-Concepcion. 2012. Carotenoid biosynthesis in Arabidopsis: a colorful pathway. The Arabidopsis book/American Society of Plant Biologists 10.
  • Simkin, A. J., S. H. Schwartz, M. Auldridge, M. G. Taylor and H. J. Klee. 2004a. The tomato carotenoid cleavage dioxygenase 1 genes contribute to the formation of the flavor volatiles β‐ionone, pseudoionone, and geranylacetone. The Plant Journal 40: 882-92.
  • Simkin, A. J., B. A. Underwood, M. Auldridge, H. M. Loucas, K. Shibuya, E. Schmelz, D. G. Clark and H. J. Klee. 2004b. Circadian regulation of the PhCCD1 carotenoid cleavage dioxygenase controls emission of β-ionone, a fragrance volatile of petunia flowers. Plant Physiology 136: 3504-14.
  • Snowden, K. C., A. J. Simkin, B. J. Janssen, K. R. Templeton, H. M. Loucas, J. L. Simons, S. Karunairetnam, A. P. Gleave, D. G. Clark and H. J. Klee. 2005. The Decreased apical dominance1/Petunia hybrida Carotenoid Cleavage Dioxygenase8 gene affects branch production and plays a role in leaf senescence, root growth, and flower development. The Plant Cell 17: 746-59.
  • Sommer, A. and K. S. Vyas. 2012. A global clinical view on vitamin A and carotenoids. The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition 96: 1204-1206.
  • Tan, B. C., L. M. Joseph, W. T. Deng, L. Liu, Q. B. Li, K. Cline and D. R. Mccarty. 2003. Molecular characterization of the Arabidopsis 9‐cis epoxycarotenoid dioxygenase gene family. The Plant Journal. 35: 44-56.
  • Thomas, T., 2016. Understanding the genetic basis of carotenoid concentration in lentil (Lens culinaris medik.) seeds. http://hdl.handle.net/10388/ETD-2015-12-2381.
  • Vallabhaneni, R., L. M. Bradbury and E. T. Wurtzel. 2010. The carotenoid dioxygenase gene family in maize, sorghum, and rice. Archives of Biochemistry and Biophysics 504: 104-11.
  • Vidi, P. A., M. Kanwischer, S. Baginsky, J. R. Austin, G. Csucs, P. Dormann, F. Kessler and C. Bréhélin. 2006. Tocopherol cyclase (VTE1) localization and vitamin E accumulation in chloroplast plastoglobule lipoprotein particles. Journal of Biological Chemistry 281: 11225-34.
  • Wang, N. and J. K. Daun. 2006. Effects of variety and crude protein content on nutrients and anti-nutrients in lentils (Lens culinaris). Food Chemistry 95: 493-502.
  • Waters, M. T., P. B. Brewer, J. D. Bussell, S. M. Smith and C. A. Beveridge. 2012. The Arabidopsis ortholog of rice DWARF27 acts upstream of MAX1 in control of plant development by strigolactones. Plant Physiology 159: 1073-1085.
  • Yoshioka, S., R. Aida, C. Yamamizo, M. Shibata and A. Ohmiya. 2012. The carotenoidcleavagedioxygenase4 (CmCCD4a) gene family encodes a key regulator of petal color mutation in chrysanthemum. Euphytica 184: 377-87.
  • Ytterberg, A. J., J. B. Peltier and K. J. Van Wijk. 2006. Protein profiling of plastoglobules in chloroplasts and chromoplasts. A surprising site for differential accumulation of metabolic enzymes. Plant Physiology 140: 984-97. Zhang, B., Z. Deng, Y. Tang, P. Chen, R. Liu, D. D. Ramdath, Q. Liu, M. Hernandez and R. Tsao. 2014. Fatty acid, carotenoid and tocopherol compositions of 20 Canadian lentil cultivars and synergistic contribution to antioxidant activities. Food Chemistry 161: 296-304.
  • Zhang, B., C. Liu, Y. Wang, X. Yao, F. Wang, J. Wu, G. J. King and K. Liu. 2015. Disruption of a Carotenoid Cleavage Dioxygenase 4 gene converts flower colour from white to yellow in Brassica species. New Phytologist 206: 1513-26.
  • Zimmermann, M. B. and R. F. Hurrell. 2002. Improving iron, zinc and vitamin A nutrition through plant biotechnology. Current Opinion in Biotechnology 13: 142-145.

LINKAGE MAPPING OF CAROTENOID CLEAVAGE DIOXYGENASE-4 FAMILY IN LENTIL GENOME

Year 2018, Volume 23, Issue 2, 167 - 172, 15.12.2018
https://doi.org/10.17557/tjfc.485587

Abstract

Plant carotenoid cleavage dioxygenases (CCDs) are a family of enzymes that catalyze the carotenoids oxidative cleavage and apocarotenoids and also play a crucial role in plant development and growth. CDD4 is a member of CDDs. It has two isoforms as CCD4a and CCD4b and they encode enzymes to catalyze the cleavage of carotenoids forming pigment compounds and aroma. In this study, CDD4 genes were mapped for the first time in the linkage group of lentil. CsCCD4af was located at 102.3 cM on linkage group 3 (LG3). CCD4-P-r1-1 and CCD4-P-r1-2 were located at 75.5 cM and 82.9 cM on LG3, respectively. CCD4-P-r1-3 was located at 151.6 cM on LG5. CsCCD4a/b-r was amplified but could not mapped due to its monomorphic band profile between parents. Location of these genes on the linkage map of lentil will help breeders improve strategies in order to generating new cultivars with higher carotenoid concentration.

References

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  • Simkin, A. J., B. A. Underwood, M. Auldridge, H. M. Loucas, K. Shibuya, E. Schmelz, D. G. Clark and H. J. Klee. 2004b. Circadian regulation of the PhCCD1 carotenoid cleavage dioxygenase controls emission of β-ionone, a fragrance volatile of petunia flowers. Plant Physiology 136: 3504-14.
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  • Sommer, A. and K. S. Vyas. 2012. A global clinical view on vitamin A and carotenoids. The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition 96: 1204-1206.
  • Tan, B. C., L. M. Joseph, W. T. Deng, L. Liu, Q. B. Li, K. Cline and D. R. Mccarty. 2003. Molecular characterization of the Arabidopsis 9‐cis epoxycarotenoid dioxygenase gene family. The Plant Journal. 35: 44-56.
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  • Wang, N. and J. K. Daun. 2006. Effects of variety and crude protein content on nutrients and anti-nutrients in lentils (Lens culinaris). Food Chemistry 95: 493-502.
  • Waters, M. T., P. B. Brewer, J. D. Bussell, S. M. Smith and C. A. Beveridge. 2012. The Arabidopsis ortholog of rice DWARF27 acts upstream of MAX1 in control of plant development by strigolactones. Plant Physiology 159: 1073-1085.
  • Yoshioka, S., R. Aida, C. Yamamizo, M. Shibata and A. Ohmiya. 2012. The carotenoidcleavagedioxygenase4 (CmCCD4a) gene family encodes a key regulator of petal color mutation in chrysanthemum. Euphytica 184: 377-87.
  • Ytterberg, A. J., J. B. Peltier and K. J. Van Wijk. 2006. Protein profiling of plastoglobules in chloroplasts and chromoplasts. A surprising site for differential accumulation of metabolic enzymes. Plant Physiology 140: 984-97. Zhang, B., Z. Deng, Y. Tang, P. Chen, R. Liu, D. D. Ramdath, Q. Liu, M. Hernandez and R. Tsao. 2014. Fatty acid, carotenoid and tocopherol compositions of 20 Canadian lentil cultivars and synergistic contribution to antioxidant activities. Food Chemistry 161: 296-304.
  • Zhang, B., C. Liu, Y. Wang, X. Yao, F. Wang, J. Wu, G. J. King and K. Liu. 2015. Disruption of a Carotenoid Cleavage Dioxygenase 4 gene converts flower colour from white to yellow in Brassica species. New Phytologist 206: 1513-26.
  • Zimmermann, M. B. and R. F. Hurrell. 2002. Improving iron, zinc and vitamin A nutrition through plant biotechnology. Current Opinion in Biotechnology 13: 142-145.

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Primary Language English
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Duygu Ates This is me (Primary Author)
Ege University, Department of Bioengineering, Izmir,TURKEY

Publication Date December 15, 2018
Published in Issue Year 2018, Volume 23, Issue 2

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Bibtex @research article { tjfc485587, journal = {Turkish Journal Of Field Crops}, issn = {1301-1111}, address = {}, publisher = {Society of Fields Crop Science}, year = {2018}, volume = {23}, pages = {167 - 172}, doi = {10.17557/tjfc.485587}, title = {LINKAGE MAPPING OF CAROTENOID CLEAVAGE DIOXYGENASE-4 FAMILY IN LENTIL GENOME}, key = {cite}, author = {Ates, Duygu} }
APA Ates, D. (2018). LINKAGE MAPPING OF CAROTENOID CLEAVAGE DIOXYGENASE-4 FAMILY IN LENTIL GENOME . Turkish Journal Of Field Crops , 23 (2) , 167-172 . DOI: 10.17557/tjfc.485587
MLA Ates, D. "LINKAGE MAPPING OF CAROTENOID CLEAVAGE DIOXYGENASE-4 FAMILY IN LENTIL GENOME" . Turkish Journal Of Field Crops 23 (2018 ): 167-172 <https://dergipark.org.tr/en/pub/tjfc/issue/47497/485587>
Chicago Ates, D. "LINKAGE MAPPING OF CAROTENOID CLEAVAGE DIOXYGENASE-4 FAMILY IN LENTIL GENOME". Turkish Journal Of Field Crops 23 (2018 ): 167-172
RIS TY - JOUR T1 - LINKAGE MAPPING OF CAROTENOID CLEAVAGE DIOXYGENASE-4 FAMILY IN LENTIL GENOME AU - Duygu Ates Y1 - 2018 PY - 2018 N1 - doi: 10.17557/tjfc.485587 DO - 10.17557/tjfc.485587 T2 - Turkish Journal Of Field Crops JF - Journal JO - JOR SP - 167 EP - 172 VL - 23 IS - 2 SN - 1301-1111- M3 - doi: 10.17557/tjfc.485587 UR - https://doi.org/10.17557/tjfc.485587 Y2 - 2021 ER -
EndNote %0 Turkish Journal Of Field Crops LINKAGE MAPPING OF CAROTENOID CLEAVAGE DIOXYGENASE-4 FAMILY IN LENTIL GENOME %A Duygu Ates %T LINKAGE MAPPING OF CAROTENOID CLEAVAGE DIOXYGENASE-4 FAMILY IN LENTIL GENOME %D 2018 %J Turkish Journal Of Field Crops %P 1301-1111- %V 23 %N 2 %R doi: 10.17557/tjfc.485587 %U 10.17557/tjfc.485587
ISNAD Ates, Duygu . "LINKAGE MAPPING OF CAROTENOID CLEAVAGE DIOXYGENASE-4 FAMILY IN LENTIL GENOME". Turkish Journal Of Field Crops 23 / 2 (December 2018): 167-172 . https://doi.org/10.17557/tjfc.485587
AMA Ates D. LINKAGE MAPPING OF CAROTENOID CLEAVAGE DIOXYGENASE-4 FAMILY IN LENTIL GENOME. Turkish Journal Of Field Crops. 2018; 23(2): 167-172.
Vancouver Ates D. LINKAGE MAPPING OF CAROTENOID CLEAVAGE DIOXYGENASE-4 FAMILY IN LENTIL GENOME. Turkish Journal Of Field Crops. 2018; 23(2): 167-172.
IEEE D. Ates , "LINKAGE MAPPING OF CAROTENOID CLEAVAGE DIOXYGENASE-4 FAMILY IN LENTIL GENOME", Turkish Journal Of Field Crops, vol. 23, no. 2, pp. 167-172, Dec. 2018, doi:10.17557/tjfc.485587