Targeted cell elimination reveals an auxin-guided biphasic mode of lateral root initiation

P. Marhavý, J.C. Montesinos López, A. Abuzeineh, D. Van Damme, J. Vermeer, J. Duclercq, H. Rakusova, P. Marhavá, J. Friml, N. Geldner, E. Benková, Genes and Development 30 (2016) 471–483.

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Marhavy, PeterIST Austria ; Montesinos López, Juan CIST Austria; Abuzeineh, Anas; Van Damme, Daniël; Vermeer, Joop; Duclercq, Jérôme; Rakusova, Hana; Marhavá, PetraIST Austria; Friml, JiríIST Austria ; Geldner, Niko; Benková, EvaIST Austria
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To sustain a lifelong ability to initiate organs, plants retain pools of undifferentiated cells with a preserved prolif eration capacity. The root pericycle represents a unique tissue with conditional meristematic activity, and its tight control determines initiation of lateral organs. Here we show that the meristematic activity of the pericycle is constrained by the interaction with the adjacent endodermis. Release of these restraints by elimination of endo dermal cells by single-cell ablation triggers the pericycle to re-enter the cell cycle. We found that endodermis removal substitutes for the phytohormone auxin-dependent initiation of the pericycle meristematic activity. However, auxin is indispensable to steer the cell division plane orientation of new organ-defining divisions. We propose a dual, spatiotemporally distinct role for auxin during lateral root initiation. In the endodermis, auxin releases constraints arising from cell-to-cell interactions that compromise the pericycle meristematic activity, whereas, in the pericycle, auxin defines the orientation of the cell division plane to initiate lateral roots.
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2016-03-01
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Genes and Development
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This work was supported by a European Research Council Starting Inde-pendent Research grant (ERC-2007-Stg-207362-HCPO to J.D.), Research Foundation-Flanders (G033711N to A.A.), and the Austrian Science Fund (FWF01_I1774S to E.B.). P.M. is indebted to the Federation of European Biochemical Sciences for a Long-Term Fellowship.
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30
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4
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471 - 483
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Marhavý P, Montesinos López JC, Abuzeineh A, et al. Targeted cell elimination reveals an auxin-guided biphasic mode of lateral root initiation. Genes and Development. 2016;30(4):471-483. doi:10.1101/gad.276964.115
Marhavý, P., Montesinos López, J. C., Abuzeineh, A., Van Damme, D., Vermeer, J., Duclercq, J., … Benková, E. (2016). Targeted cell elimination reveals an auxin-guided biphasic mode of lateral root initiation. Genes and Development, 30(4), 471–483. https://doi.org/10.1101/gad.276964.115
Marhavý, Peter, Juan C Montesinos López, Anas Abuzeineh, Daniël Van Damme, Joop Vermeer, Jérôme Duclercq, Hana Rakusova, et al. “Targeted Cell Elimination Reveals an Auxin-Guided Biphasic Mode of Lateral Root Initiation.” Genes and Development 30, no. 4 (2016): 471–83. https://doi.org/10.1101/gad.276964.115.
P. Marhavý et al., “Targeted cell elimination reveals an auxin-guided biphasic mode of lateral root initiation,” Genes and Development, vol. 30, no. 4, pp. 471–483, 2016.
Marhavý P, Montesinos López JC, Abuzeineh A, Van Damme D, Vermeer J, Duclercq J, Rakusova H, Marhavá P, Friml J, Geldner N, Benková E. 2016. Targeted cell elimination reveals an auxin-guided biphasic mode of lateral root initiation. Genes and Development. 30(4), 471–483.
Marhavý, Peter, et al. “Targeted Cell Elimination Reveals an Auxin-Guided Biphasic Mode of Lateral Root Initiation.” Genes and Development, vol. 30, no. 4, Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory Press, 2016, pp. 471–83, doi:10.1101/gad.276964.115.
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