|Title:||Identification of HDA15-PIF1 as a key repression module directing the transcriptional network of seed germination in the dark||Authors:||Gu D.
|Issue Date:||2017||Journal Volume:||45||Journal Issue:||12||Start page/Pages:||7137-7150||Source:||Nucleic Acids Research||Abstract:||
Light is a major external factor in regulating seed germination. Photoreceptor phytochrome B (PHYB) plays a predominant role in promoting seed germination in the initial phase after imbibition, partially by repressing phytochrome-interacting factor1 (PIF1). However, the mechanism underlying the PHYB-PIF1- mediated transcription regulation remains largely unclear. Here, we identified that histone deacetylase15 (HDA15) is a negative component of PHYBdependent seed germination. Overexpression of HDA15 inArabidopsis inhibits PHYB-dependent seed germination, whereas loss of function of HDA15 increases PHYB-dependent seed germination. Genetic evidence indicated that HDA15 acts downstream of PHYB and represses seed germination dependent on PIF1. Furthermore, HDA15 interacts with PIF1 both in vitro and in vivo. Genome-wide transcriptome analysis revealed that HDA15 and PIF1 co-regulate the transcription of the light-responsive genes involved inmultiple hormonal signaling pathways and cellular processes in germinating seeds in the dark. In addition, PIF1 recruits HDA15 to the promoter regions of target genes and represses their expression by decreasing the histone H3 acetylation levels in the dark. Taken together, our analysis uncovered the role of histone deacetylation in the light-regulated seed germination process and identified thatHDA15-PIF1 acts as a key repression module directing the transcription network of seed germination. ? The Author(s) 2017.
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