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Authors Omoto, E; Taniguchi, M; Miyake, H
Author Full Name Omoto, Eiji; Taniguchi, Mitsutaka; Miyake, Hiroshi
Title Effects of Salinity Stress on the Structure of Bundle Sheath and Mesophyll Chloroplasts in NAD-Malic Enzyme and PCK Type C-4 Plants
Source PLANT PRODUCTION SCIENCE
Language English
Document Type Article
Author Keywords Bundle sheath chloroplast; C-4 plants; Granal development; Mesophyll chloroplast; NAD-ME type; PCK type; Salinity stress
Keywords Plus CHLOROPHYLL FLUORESCENCE; ANTIOXIDANT DEFENSE; SALT STRESS; ULTRASTRUCTURE; LEAVES; RICE; LEAF; MAIZE; NACL; PHOTOSYNTHESIS
Abstract The effect of NaCl stress on the structure of leaf chloroplasts was investigated in several NAD-Malic enzyme (NAD-ME) and phosphoenolpyruvate carboxykinase (PCK) type C-4 plant species. Seedlings of the monocot species, except Zoysia japonica, grown in 300 mL pots were subjected to salt stress by adding 50 mL of 3% NaCl solution per day to the soil for 5 d after the fourth leaf blades were fully developed. Z. japonica and the dicot species, Amaranthus tricolor, were also treated with 3% NaCl in a similar manner from 5 wk after germination. Salt stress negatively affected the growth, chlorophyll content and chloroplast structure in all the species. At the ultrastructure level, swelling of thylakoids and disruption of envelopes were more or less observed in mesophyll cell (MC) chloroplasts after salt treatment. The structure of bundle sheath cell (BSC) chloroplasts, on the other hand, was hardly damaged under salt condition although stromal and starch areas were considerably decreased. Furthermore, salinity induced granal development in BSC chloroplasts in most species; the number of thylakoids per granum, granal indices and appressed thylakoid density in salt-treated plants were generally higher than those in control. Since the similar responses have also been reported in all NADP-ME type C-4 species investigated in our previous study, the high sensitivity to salt stress in MC chloroplasts and the granal development in BSC chloroplasts by salinity were considered to be common phenomena in all three C-4 subtypes.
Author Address [Omoto, Eiji; Taniguchi, Mitsutaka; Miyake, Hiroshi] Nagoya Univ, Grad Sch Bioagr Sci, Nagoya, Aichi 4648601, Japan
Reprint Address Miyake, H (reprint author), Nagoya Univ, Grad Sch Bioagr Sci, Nagoya, Aichi 4648601, Japan.
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Cited Reference Count 40
Times Cited 7
Total Times Cited Count (WoS, BCI, and CSCD) 7
Publisher CROP SCIENCE SOC JAPAN
Publisher City TOKYO
Publisher Address UNIV TOKYO-FACULTY AGRICULTURE BUNKYO-KU, TOKYO, 113, JAPAN
ISSN 1343-943X
29-Character Source Abbreviation PLANT PROD SCI
ISO Source Abbreviation Plant. Prod. Sci.
Publication Date APR
Year Published 2010
Volume 13
Issue 2
Beginning Page 169
Ending Page 176
Page Count 8
Web of Science Category Agronomy
Subject Category Agriculture
Document Delivery Number 585LC
Unique Article Identifier WOS:000276826000007
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