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Differential proteomic analysis of polyubiquitin-related proteins in chemical hybridization agent-indused wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) male sterility

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Protein polyubiquitination is a significant regulator of diverse physiological functions, including sexual reproduction, in plants. Chemical hybridizing agents (CHA) SQ-1 has been shown to induce male sterility in wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) through inhibition of pollen development. This mechanism by which CHA induces male sterility in wheat is unclear. In this study, differential proteomic analysis of polyubiquitinated proteins associated with wheat male sterility was investigated. Wheat plants of the same genetic background were treated with or without CHA. Ubiquitinated proteins were then extracted and enriched for proteomic analysis. Differentially expressed polyubiquitinated proteins in trinuclear stage anther were identified by nanospray liquid chromatography/tandem mass spectrometry. A total of 127 and 131 differentially expressed polyubiquitinated proteins, including heat shock protein 70, ATPase subunit, glycosyltransferase, ubiquitinrelated enzyme, and 20S proteasome subunit, were successfully identified by searching against wheat protein database and NCBInr database, respectively. Most of these proteins are related to photosynthesis, carbohydrate and energy metabolism, and multiple metabolic processes. These findings show that alteration of polyubiquitinated proteins is associated with male sterility in wheat.
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06
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p.1473-1489,fig.,ref.
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  • Key Laboratory of Krop Heterosis of Shaanxi Province, National Yangling Agricultural Biotechnology and Breeding Center, Yangling Branch of State Wheat Improvement Centre, Wheat Breeding Engineering Research Center, North A and F University, Ministry of Education, Yangling 712100, Saanxi, China
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  • Key Laboratory of Krop Heterosis of Shaanxi Province, National Yangling Agricultural Biotechnology and Breeding Center, Yangling Branch of State Wheat Improvement Centre, Wheat Breeding Engineering Research Center, North A and F University, Ministry of Education, Yangling 712100, Saanxi, China
autor
  • Key Laboratory of Krop Heterosis of Shaanxi Province, National Yangling Agricultural Biotechnology and Breeding Center, Yangling Branch of State Wheat Improvement Centre, Wheat Breeding Engineering Research Center, North A and F University, Ministry of Education, Yangling 712100, Saanxi, China
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  • The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong, China
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  • Key Laboratory of Krop Heterosis of Shaanxi Province, National Yangling Agricultural Biotechnology and Breeding Center, Yangling Branch of State Wheat Improvement Centre, Wheat Breeding Engineering Research Center, North A and F University, Ministry of Education, Yangling 712100, Saanxi, China
autor
  • Key Laboratory of Krop Heterosis of Shaanxi Province, National Yangling Agricultural Biotechnology and Breeding Center, Yangling Branch of State Wheat Improvement Centre, Wheat Breeding Engineering Research Center, North A and F University, Ministry of Education, Yangling 712100, Saanxi, China
autor
  • Key Laboratory of Krop Heterosis of Shaanxi Province, National Yangling Agricultural Biotechnology and Breeding Center, Yangling Branch of State Wheat Improvement Centre, Wheat Breeding Engineering Research Center, North A and F University, Ministry of Education, Yangling 712100, Saanxi, China
autor
  • Key Laboratory of Krop Heterosis of Shaanxi Province, National Yangling Agricultural Biotechnology and Breeding Center, Yangling Branch of State Wheat Improvement Centre, Wheat Breeding Engineering Research Center, North A and F University, Ministry of Education, Yangling 712100, Saanxi, China
autor
  • Key Laboratory of Krop Heterosis of Shaanxi Province, National Yangling Agricultural Biotechnology and Breeding Center, Yangling Branch of State Wheat Improvement Centre, Wheat Breeding Engineering Research Center, North A and F University, Ministry of Education, Yangling 712100, Saanxi, China
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