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From stress to embryos: molecular and physiological mechanisms associated to somatic embryogenesis

Abstract

The aim of this project is to identify molecular and physiological mechanisms provoked by stress during in vitro embryo development in Brazilian pine. To achieve this aim, the project will use information generated from Brazilian pine transcriptome (FAPESP proc.2011/51659-7) and cell signaling during morphogenesis (FAPESP proc. 2014/11228-5) with physiological, biochemical and molecular analysis of cell lines with different degrees of embryogenicity and during transdifferentiation of proembryogenic masses into somatic embryos. For the identification of molecular and physiological mechanisms associated to stressful conditions during somatic embryo formation, we will characterize the metabolism of amino acids, polyamines and carbohydrates, the emission of reactive oxygen/nitrogen species and their impact on auxin homeostasis and post-translational modifications promoted by S-nitrosylation. The results will bring new insights on basic and applied plant biology, namely in stress signaling pathways active during conifer embryo development, as well as in the ability to use somatic embryogenesis to propagate Brazilian pine genotypes. (AU)

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NAVARRO, V, BRUNO; ELBL, PAULA; DE OLIVEIRA, LEANDRO F.; PIOVEZANI, AMANDA R.; DOS SANTOS, ANDRE L. W.; DE SOUZA, DIEGO T.; DEMARCO, DIEGO; BUCKERIDGE, MARCOS S.; FLOH, ENY I. S. Cell-to-cell trafficking patterns in cell lines of Araucariaangustifolia (Brazilian pine) with contrasting embryogenic potential. PLANT CELL TISSUE AND ORGAN CULTURE, SEP 2021. Web of Science Citations: 0.
NAVARRO, BRUNO V.; DE OLIVEIRA, LEANDRO F.; DE OLIVEIRA, LAUANA P.; ELBL, PAULA; MACEDO, AMANDA F.; BUCKERIDGE, MARCOS S.; FLOH, ENY I. S. Starch turnover is stimulated by nitric oxide in embryogenic cultures of Araucaria angustifolia. PLANT CELL TISSUE AND ORGAN CULTURE, AUG 2021. Web of Science Citations: 0.
SIMOES, MARCELLA SIQUEIRA; FERREIRA, SAVIO SIQUEIRA; GRANDIS, ADRIANA; RENCORET, JORGE; PERSSON, STAFFAN; FLOH, ENY IOCHEVET SEGAL; FERRAZ, ANDRE; DEL RIO, JOSE C.; BUCKERIDGE, MARCOS SILVEIRA; CESARINO, IGOR. Differentiation of Tracheary Elements in Sugarcane Suspension Cells Involves Changes in Secondary Wall Deposition and Extensive Transcriptional Reprogramming. FRONTIERS IN PLANT SCIENCE, v. 11, DEC 18 2020. Web of Science Citations: 1.
DE OLIVEIRA, LEANDRO FRANCISCO; DOS SANTOS, ANDRE LUIS WENDT; FLOH, ENY IOCHEVET SEGAL. Polyamine and amino acid profiles in immature Araucaria angustifolia seeds and their association with embryogenic culture establishment. TREES-STRUCTURE AND FUNCTION, v. 34, n. 3 DEC 2019. Web of Science Citations: 0.

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