Expression data in response to pepper leaf curl virus (PepLCV) infection in Chilli pepper at three leaf stage
ABSTRACT: A comparative study to determine the pepper leaf curl virus resistance machanism between resistant and susceptible genotypes at three leaf stage. To study the molecular mechanism of pepper leaf curl virus (PepLCV) resistance, pepper plants were exposed to PepLCV through artificial inoculation and hybridization on Agilent tomato microarrays. The expression analysis of PepLCV resistant and susceptible genotypes after artificial inoculation at three leaf stage showed that the resistance against PepLCV is due to sum of expression of hundreds of genes at a particular stage. Tomato microarrays consisting of 43,803 probes were used for whole genome expression analysis of chilli peppers for resistance against PepLCV. Transcripts from the leaves of resistant (BS-35) and susceptible plants (IVPBC-535) were compared in response to PepLCV inoculation at three leaf stage.
Project description:In this study, we have evaluated the proteomic changes that occur in Piper nigrum L.(black pepper) after infection by the pathogen Phytophthora capsici. We report novel leaf proteins from black pepper identified by an integrated transcriptome-assisted label-free quantitative proteomics pipeline. Several previously described methods were used to create this data set. Detached leaves were inoculated with either mock treatment, or the oomycete pathogen and small tissue samples only around the site of inoculation were collected for protein sample preparations. In order to quantify protein abundance in the samples being compared, we used a label free method of spiking samples with a known ratio of pre-digested peptide samples to normalize endogenous protein abundance in the MS detection. Our study attempts to explain the basal immune components of black pepper when challenged with P. capsici.
Project description:In this study, we used the illumina high throughput sequencing approach (Sequencing-By-Synthesis, or SBS) to develop the sequence resource of black pepper. To identify micro RNAs functioning in stress response of the black pepper plant, small RNA libraries were prepared from the leaf and root of Phytophthora capsici infected plants, leaves from drought stressed and control plants. Overall design: Stress responsive small RNAome profiling from black pepper
Project description:affy_riz_2011_7 - affy_riz_2011_7 - The Bacterial Leaf Blight disease of rice is due to Xanthomonas oryzae pv. oryzae. As for many pathogenic bacteria, it relies on a type 3 secretion system (TTSS) that is devoted to the injection of type 3 effectors (T3Es) into the eukaryotic host cell. These proteins are meant to suppress host basal defense responses and/or mimic some host regulatory function promoting bacterial survey in the plant. During an incompatible interaction, T3Es may act as Avr proteins and stimulate Effector-Triggered-Immunity. We aim at evaluating the transcriptomic response of rice leaves challenged with avirulent strains of Xoo BAI3 and MAI1 on resistant lines IR64 and IRBB4 versus the reference susceptible rice line Nipponbare. In addition, we investigated the transcriptomic response of rice leaves upon inoculation of an XoohrcC mutant strain affected in the production of a functional TTSS.-The goal of the experiment is to characterize the rice leaf transcriptome response, upon the inoculation of susceptible and resistant rice leaves 24 hours post-infection. To that end, the experimental design includes the inoculation of susceptible Nipponbare rice leaves with Xoo strains BAI3 (race A1) and MAI1 (race A3), that will be compared to the response of resistant lines IRBB4 and IR64 rice lines. In addition, Nipponbare rice leaves will also be challenged with the BAI3hrcC mutant that is affected in the production of a functional TTSS. 18 arrays - rice; avirulent vs virulent
Project description:Transcriptome analysis in response to infestation of whitefly in peppr leaf and root Overall design: Microarry study using total RNA from whitefly infestation, BTH, whitefly + BTH, and control in both leaf and root of pepper
Project description:Transcriptome analysis in response to infestation of whitefly in peppr leaf and root Microarry study using total RNA from whitefly infestation, BTH, whitefly + BTH, and control in both leaf and root of pepper
Project description:To facilitate the functional annotation of the pepper genome, we generated 90.84 Gb of RNA-Seq data from 33 libraries representing all major tissue types and developmental stages of Zunla 1, as well as fruits from other accessions with significant phenotypic differences. Pepper ‘Zunla 1’ and other inbred lines were grown in a greenhouse as described in Table S1, with their different developmental stages Plants at full-bloom stage were harvested for roots, stems, and leaves as the same as the samples for phased small RNAs (see text S3.4.2 for details). Mature plants were harvested for unopened flower buds (buds) and fully open flowers (flowers). Additional flowers were allowed to self-pollinate and fruit was harvested at four pre-breaker stages (1-3cm, 3-4cm, 4-5cm fruit length, and mature green), the breaker stage (when the fruit was turning red) and three post-breaker stages (3, 5, and 7 days after breaker). These samples will respectively be referred to as Root, Stem, Leaf, Bud, Flower, F-Dev-1, F-Dev-2, F-Dev-3, F-Dev-4, F-Dev-5, F-Dev-6, F-Dev-7, F-Dev-8, and F-Dev-9. Similar roots, stems, leaves, immature fruit and red fruit were harvested from other inbred lines from domesticated Capsicum species. Meanwhile, chiltepin plants were grown under long days at controlled temperature and RNA was extracted from a mix of leaves from four stages (seedling, early blooming, full bloom, and fruit breaker phases), a mix of flowers from unopened flower buds (buds) and fully open flowers (flowers), and fruit at breaker and breaker plus five days respectively. All tissues were frozen in liquid nitrogen and then stored at -80℃. Total RNA was isolated from different samples by using the Trizol Reagent (Invitrogen) according to manufacturer’s instructions. Strand-specific RNA-Seq library preparations were performed as previously described (39) with 12 independently bar-coded samples sequenced on one lane of an Illumina HiSeq2000 system. The 200 bp paired-end libraries were sequenced using Illumina HiSeq 2000 (90 bp PE).
Project description:Japonica rice (Oryza sativa ssp. japonica) variety Mudanjiang 8 (MDJ8) is the wild-type and is susceptible to Xoo. Transgenic rice line Rb49 carries the MR gene Xa3/Xa26, which is driven by its native promoter with the genetic background of MDJ8, and this line is resistant to certain strains (including strain PXO61) of Xoo. Although many studies on Xa3/Xa26-mediated resistace to rice Xoo have been published, the molecular mechanism of this major resistance gene remains poorly understood. Here, we use affymetrix microarray technology to analyze the regulated network mediated by Xa3/Xa26 We used microarrays to study the gene expression network mediated by Xa3/Xa26. Plants were inoculated with the Xoo strain PXO61 at the four-leaf to five-leaf stage by the leaf-clipping method. Control rice plants were inoculated with water (mock inoculation). Samples were collected before inoculation (ck) and at 2, 4, and 24 hours after PXO61 or mock inoculation from Rb49 and MDJ8. Leaf fragments approximately 2 cm in length that were immediately next to the inoculation site were collected. Overall design: Rice leaves collected at different time points post mock or PXO61 treatments were selected for RNA extraction and hybridization on Affymetrix microarrays. We sought to obtain the regulated network mediated by Xa3/Xa26.