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Authors Galmes, J; Andralojc, PJ; Kapralov, MV; Flexas, J; Keys, AJ; Molins, A; Parry, MAJ; Conesa, MA
Author Full Name Galmes, Jeroni; Andralojc, P. John; Kapralov, Maxim V.; Flexas, Jaume; Keys, Alfred J.; Molins, Arantzazu; Parry, Martin A. J.; Conesa, Miquel A.
Title Environmentally driven evolution of Rubisco and improved photosynthesis and growth within the C-3 genus Limonium (Plumbaginaceae)
Source NEW PHYTOLOGIST
Language English
Document Type Article
Author Keywords carboxylase catalytic efficiency; drought; evolution; improved photosynthesis; Limonium; Mediterranean; Rubisco; water stress
Keywords Plus BISPHOSPHATE CARBOXYLASE OXYGENASE; SMALL-SUBUNIT; RIBULOSE-1,5-BISPHOSPHATE CARBOXYLASE/OXYGENASE; MAXIMUM-LIKELIHOOD; INCREASING PHOTOSYNTHESIS; SUBSTRATE-SPECIFICITY; MESOPHYLL CONDUCTANCE; PHYLOGENETIC ANALYSIS; POSITIVE SELECTION; ADAPTIVE RADIATION
Abstract Carbon assimilation by most ecosystems requires ribulose-1,5-bisphosphate carboxylase/oxygenase (Rubisco). Its kinetic parameters are likely to have evolved in parallel with intracellular CO2 availability, with the result that faster forms of Rubisco occur in species with CO2-concentrating mechanisms. The Rubisco catalytic properties were determined and evaluated in relation to growth and carbon assimilation capacity in Mediterranean Limonium species, inhabiting severe stress environments. Significant kinetic differences between closely related species depended on two amino acid substitutions at functionally important residues 309 and 328 within the Rubisco large subunit. The Rubisco of species facing the largest CO2 restrictions during drought had relatively high affinity for CO2 (low Michaelis-Menten constant for CO2 (K-c)) but low maximum rates of carboxylation (k(cat)(c)), while the opposite was found for species that maintained higher CO2 concentrations under similar conditions. Rubisco kinetic characteristics were correlated with photosynthetic rate in both well-watered and drought-stressed plants. Moreover, the drought-mediated decrease in plant biomass accumulation was consistently lower in species with higher Rubisco carboxylase catalytic efficiency (k(cat)(c)/K-c). The present study is the first demonstration of Rubisco adaptation during species diversification within closely related C-3 plants, revealing a direct relationship between Rubisco molecular evolution and the biomass accumulation of closely related species subjected to unfavourable conditions.
Author Address [Galmes, Jeroni; Flexas, Jaume; Molins, Arantzazu; Conesa, Miquel A.] Univ Illes Balears, Res Grp Plant Biol Mediterranean Condit, Balearic Isl, Spain; [Andralojc, P. John; Keys, Alfred J.; Parry, Martin A. J.] Rothamsted Res, Plant Biol & Crop Sci, Harpenden AL5 2JQ, Herts, England; [Kapralov, Maxim V.] Australian Natl Univ, Res Sch Biol, Plant Sci Div, Canberra, ACT 0200, Australia
Reprint Address Galmes, J (reprint author), Univ Illes Balears, Res Grp Plant Biol Mediterranean Condit, Balearic Isl, Spain.
E-mail Address jeroni.galmes@uib.cat
ResearcherID Number Flexas, Jaume/C-1898-2012; Conesa, Miquel/N-7236-2013; Galmes, Jeroni/J-6749-2017; Molins Piqueres, Arantxa/N-7246-2013
ORCID Number Galmes, Jeroni/0000-0002-7299-9349; Molins Piqueres, Arantxa/0000-0003-3449-1023; Parry, Martin/0000-0002-4477-672X; Kapralov, Maxim/0000-0001-7966-0295
Funding Agency and Grant Number BBSRC 20:20 Wheat(R) Institute Strategic Program [AGL2009-07999, BBSRC BB/J/00426X/1]; BBSRC [BB/I002545/1, BB/I017372/1]
Funding Text This research was supported by project AGL2009-07999 (Plan Nacional, Spain) awarded to J.G. P.J.A. and M.A.J.P. are supported by the BBSRC 20:20 Wheat (R) Institute Strategic Program (BBSRC BB/J/00426X/1) and BBSRC BB/I002545/1 and BB/I017372/1.
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Total Times Cited Count (WoS, BCI, and CSCD) 25
Publisher WILEY-BLACKWELL
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Publisher Address 111 RIVER ST, HOBOKEN 07030-5774, NJ USA
ISSN 0028-646X
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ISO Source Abbreviation New Phytol.
Publication Date AUG
Year Published 2014
Volume 203
Issue 3
Beginning Page 989
Ending Page 999
Digital Object Identifier (DOI) 10.1111/nph.12858
Subject Category 11
Document Delivery Number Plant Sciences
Unique Article Identifier Plant Sciences
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