Mutants in the UNI homologs of L. japonicus, LjLFY and M. truncatula, SINGLE LEAFLET1 (SGL1) have also been described and both produce flowers with a very similar phenotype to those of uni (Dong et al., 2005; Wang et al., 2008a). doi: 10.1046/j.1365-313x.2001.00974.x, Bernard, R. L. (1972). Biol. Inflorescence architecture has also a strong impact on the production of fruits and seeds, and on crop management, two highly relevant agronomical traits. Nat. Theor. 37, 778–786. The stem cell population of Arabidopsis shoot meristems in maintained by a regulatory loop between the CLAVATA and WUSCHEL genes. This would represent a similar situation to the overexpression of TFL1 genes in Arabidopsis or tobacco, which leads to an extreme inhibition of flowering (Ratcliffe et al., 1998; Amaya et al., 1999). Arabidopsis thaliana, where the genetic control of inflorescence development is best known, has a simple inflorescence, where the primary inflorescence meristem directly produces the flowers, which are thus borne in the main inflorescence axis. 34, 169–194. 10.1105/tpc.11.8.1405 doi: 10.1007/s10681-006-9219-z, Steeves, T. A., and Sussex, I. M. (1989). The basal flowers mature first and either fall or develop The possibility of increasing the number of pods appears an attractive option to increase yield in grain legumes. (2008b). (2003). Expression of these genes in their correct domains is maintained by a network of mutual repressive interactions. doi: 10.1016/j.jplph.2011.08.007, Colbert, T., Till, B. J., Tompa, R., Reynolds, S., Steine, M. N., Yeung, A. T., et al. The pea GIGAS gene is a FLOWERING LOCUS T homolog necessary for graft-ransmissible specification of flowering but not for responsiveness to photoperiod. Trends Plant Sci. 10, 26–31. Diverse evidence suggests that, indeed, the properties and architecture of this network could be conserved among grain legumes. doi: 10.1038/nbt.2654, Liew, L. C., Hecht, V., Sussmilch, F. C., and Weller, J. L. (2014). In this review, we describe the current knowledge on the genetic control of inflorescence architecture in grain legumes, and discuss the biotechnological potential of this knowledge for the development and selection of more productive and sustainable legume crop varieties. Upper nodes of the plant contain secondary inflorescences (I2) which produce 1–2 flowers (F, open circles) and terminate into a stub (triangles). Development of a new diagnostic marker for growth habit selection in faba bean (Vicia faba L.) breeding. Crit. Bot. 40, 707–722. While in the WT the main inflorescence and the lateral inflorescences (appearing in the axil of cauline leaves) show indeterminate growth, in the tfl1 mutant the main inflorescence ends into a terminal flower (a fruit in this image) and lateral branches are replaced by solitary flowers. These platforms are currently available for pea, M. truncatula, L. japonicus and chickpea (Perry et al., 2003; Dalmais et al., 2008; Le Signor et al., 2009; Varshney et al., 2014a), and will likely be developed for other grain legumes as well, providing a rich source of allelic variation for breeding purposes with potential to be used in virtually any diploid crop legume. 69, 731–741. Draft genome sequence of chickpea (Cicer arietinum) provides a resource for trait improvement. Tafesse EG, Gali KK, Lachagari VBR, Bueckert R, Warkentin TD. NIH How floral meristems are built. Genome sequencing reveals agronomically important loci in rice using MutMap. CRISPR has been showed to efficiently work in several plants like Arabidopsis and rice, where it was possible to engineer site-directed mutations in the genes of interest (Li et al., 2013; Shan et al., 2013; Lozano-Juste and Cutler, 2014). Genetic dissection of plant growth habit in chickpea. FIGURE 3. The SAM is located at the tip of the plant shoot and contains a central pool of stem cells that are able to self-maintain together with peripheral dividing cells required for organ initiation (Steeves and Sussex, 1989). (2014). 35, 1742–1755. Legumes, whether annual, biennial, or perennial, are plants bearing pods (containing one to many seeds) which dehisce (split open) along both dorsal and ventral sutures. Effects of the erect/bushy habit, single/double pod and late/early flowering genes on yield and seed size and their stability in chickpea. Interestingly, the pea det lf double mutant plants are early flowering and determinate, which strongly resembles the phenotype of Arabidopsis tfl1 mutants. A putative CENTRORADIALIS/TERMINAL FLOWER 1-like gene, Ljcen1, plays a role in phase transition in Lotus japonicus. c) Poinsetia. doi: 10.1111/j.1365-313X.2011.04827.x, Varshney, R. K., Chen, W., Li, Y., Bharti, A. K., Saxena, R. K., Schlueter, J. The pea photoperiod response gene STERILE NODES Is an ortholog of LUX ARRHYTHMO. doi: 10.2134/agronj2003.0032. However, pim I2 meristems, rather than producing floral meristems, produce new I2 meristems in a reiterative manner (Figure 3; Taylor et al., 2002; Berbel et al., 2012), somehow resembling the proliferative inflorescences of the Arabidopsis ap1 cal double mutant (Kempin et al., 1995). A basic classification divides inflorescences into two groups, depending on whether the primary inflorescence axis terminates into a flower or not. doi: 10.1105/tpc.110.081042, Hofer, J. M. I., and Noel Ellis, T. H. (2014). Benlloch R, d'Erfurth I, Ferrandiz C, Cosson V, BeltrÃ¡n JP, CaÃ±as LA, Kondorosi A, MadueÃ±o F, Ratet P. Plant Physiol. Bot. 168, 2251–2259. Soc. Plant Sci. (1998). This shows that in pea det mutants, rather than the conversion of the inflorescence meristem into floral meristem observed in Arabidopsis tfl1 mutants, what really takes place is the conversion of the I1 meristem into an I2 meristem (Figure 3; Singer et al., 1990). The architecture of the inflorescence, the shoot system that bears the flowers, is a main component of the huge diversity of forms found in flowering â¦ Taken into account the great economic importance of grain legumes, which include broadly used species for food and feed, it is of great interest to understand the genetic bases of inflorescence architecture in these species. This inhibitor would normally prevent flowers from arising on the inflorescence apex but in tfl mutants it may readily fall below its threshold of activity. doi: 10.1105/tpc.108.064071. 12, 235–239. 9. Biol. terminal flower: a gene affecting inflorescence development in Arabidopsis thaliana. Mol. Epub 2019 Mar 7. -, Alvarez J., Guli C. L., Yu X. H., Smyth D. R. (1992). Novel spatial expression of soybean WUSCHEL in the incipient floral primordia. Development 119, 721–743. Different plant architectures deriving from modifications of the inflorescence, with potential to improve crop performance in legumes. Appl. Similar to veg1, gigas mutants show apparently normal vegetative development, and later in development, the induction of inflorescence markers, such as upregulation of DET and bud outgrowth (Beveridge and Murfet, 1996; Hecht et al., 2011), indicating that transition from vegetative to I1 meristem also takes place in gigas mutants. doi: 10.1242/dev.158766. (2010). N. 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In papilionoid legumes, the raceme is the most common type of inflorescence. Plant Breed. Cell Dev. (2012). Clipboard, Search History, and several other advanced features are temporarily unavailable. In some legume species, particularly in pea, key regulators of inflorescence architecture have been isolated and functionally characterized and we can make rather reliable predictions of which of these genes should be used, and how, to improve inflorescence architecture in grain legumes for easier crop management and a higher and stable yield. The Medicago genome provides insight into the evolution of rhizobial symbioses. Arabidopsis thaliana is one of the best-known examples of simple indeterminate inflorescences. The combination of the increased understanding of the genetic networks controlling legume inflorescence architecture and the use of these genomic tools and resources, promises a rapid progress in obtention of new legume varieties with improved performance, which will be instrumental in developing a sustainable agriculture for the future. (2012). (2008). 2 A; Tucker, 1996), is the most common kind of inflorescence among legumes. 81, 545–555. (1999). (2008). Overexpression of PIM in Arabidopsis causes early flowering and, often, the formation of a TFL and replacement of branches by axillary flowers. Control of compound leaf development by FLORICAULA/LEAFY Ortholog SINGLE LEAFLET1 in medicago truncatula. racemose and cymose. (2009). Nat. Plant Cell Physiol. Please enable it to take advantage of the complete set of features! According to the proposed model, elevated expression of a VEG1 gene in the apical I1 meristem should repress DET expression and cause determination, hence the phenotype of the dt2 mutants is consistent with the proposed repression of DET by VEG1 also being conserved in other grain legumes. doi: 10.1105/tpc.114.126938, Prenner, G. (2013). COVID-19 is an emerging, rapidly evolving situation. |, Genetic Network Controlling Meristem Identity in the, Genetic Network Controlling Meristem Identity in the Legume Inflorescence, Genetic Control of the Activity of Meristems in the Legume Inflorescence, Inflorescence Traits Amenable to Improvement in Legume Crops, Perspectives for Legume Inflorescence Improvement, the Help of Genomics, Creative Commons Attribution License (CC BY). doi: 10.1105/tpc.3.9.877, Shannon, S., and Meeks-Wagner, D. R. (1993). Arrowheads, indeterminate shoot; open circles, flowers, closed circles, abnormal flowers. Gen. 115, 1075–1082. Transition from vegetative to I1 meristem apparently takes place but the I1 meristem produces lateral meristems that, unable to acquire I2 identity, continue to develop as I1s, producing vegetative branches that replace I2 inflorescences (Figure 3; Gottschalk, 1979; Reid and Murfet, 1984; Berbel et al., 2012). As mentioned above, legumes are characterized by a compound indeterminate inflorescence (Weberling, 1989b; Benlloch et al., 2007; Prenner, 2013; Hofer and Noel Ellis, 2014). Sci. This incomplete reversion suggests that other genes may act redundantly with AP1 in the specification of floral meristem fate. Reid, J. Briefly, the SAM undergoes a transition from a vegetative meristem to a primary inflorescence (I1) meristem, with indeterminate growth. In agreement with its proposed function in the control of I2 meristem identity, VEG1/PsFULc gene is expressed after floral transition in the inflorescence apex, specifically in I2 meristems, just before PIM upregulation and floral meristem development, and its expression is not detected in I1 or in floral meristems. doi: 10.1038/nbt.2095, PubMed Abstract | CrossRef Full Text | Google Scholar, Abe, M., Kobayashi, Y., Yamamoto, S., Daimon, Y., Yamaguchi, A., Ikeda, Y., et al. This review aims to describe the current knowledge of the genetic network controlling inflorescence development in legumes. Therefore, the tfl1 mutation changes the Arabidopsis inflorescence from an indeterminate to a determinate type. 3:797. doi: 10.1038/ncomms1801, Berbel, A., Navarro, C., Ferrandiz, C., Cañas, L. A., Madueño, F., and Beltran, J. P. (2001). doi: 10.1007/s004380050407, Ono, N., Ishida, K., Yamashino, T., Nakanishi, H., Sato, S., Tabata, S., et al. doi: 10.1371/journal.pbio.1001883, Varshney, R. 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According to what is known, it would seem that isolation of mutants in TFL1 homologs should be the most direct way to obtain determinate varieties of grain legume crop species. Elucidating the genetic networks that control inflorescence development, and how they vary between different species, is essential to understanding the evolution of plant form and to being able to breed key architectural traits in crop species. The present state of knowledge of heredity and variation in pea. Agri. 10.1126/science.1115983 Opin. Nevertheless, the uni phenotype is less severe than that of lfy mutants as, in the strict sense, replacement of flowers by branches is not observed in uni mutants; instead, the proliferating uni flowers rather resemble the branched flowers of Arabidopsis ap1 mutants. (1999). Front. On the contrary, in indeterminate inflorescences the SAM is never converted into a floral meristem and the inflorescence meristem continues producing floral meristems until senescence, as for example, occurs in the model plant species Arabidopsis thaliana (Figure 1; Weberling, 1989a; Benlloch et al., 2007). Proc. Plant Biol. Inflorescence architecture depends on the identity and activity of the meristems in the inflorescence apex, which determines when flowers are formed, how many are produced and their relative position in the inflorescence axis. Genomics 290, 55–65. Expression of UNI in pea floral meristems is detected in developing floral organ primordia, declining as they expand. Homologs of main regulators of inflorescence development in legumes. Schultz, E. A., and Haughn, G. W. (1993). Harvesting the promising fruits of genomics: applying genome sequencing technologies to crop breeding. Most chickpea genotypes have only one flower per I2, and it has been proposed that this solitary flower could be a reduction of a multi-flowered ancestor (Prenner, 2013). This simple model of mutual repression between TFL1 and LFY/AP1 elegantly explains the maintenance of the indeterminate inflorescence meristem in Arabidopsis and the formation of floral meristems at its flanks. 34, 43–104. II. USA.gov. Bot. Mutations in the TFL1 gene cause a conversion of the inflorescence meristems into floral meristems, producing the abrupt termination of the main inflorescence stem in a TFL and the substitution of lateral branches by solitary axillary flowers (Figure 2; Shannon and Meeks-Wagner, 1991; Alvarez et al., 1992; Schultz and Haughn, 1993). An increase of the vegetative portion of the plant can be obtained through a delay in flowering or by inhibition of formation of secondary inflorescences (Figure 4). Development 119, 745–765. Inflorescence architecture depends on the identity and activity of the meristems in the inflorescence apex, which determines when flowers are formed, how many are produced and their relative position in the inflorescence axis. Finally, as it was also observed that loss-of-function of PIM leads to a missexpression of VEG1 in the newly formed “floral” meristems, this ectopic VEG1 expression would explain why these meristems do not acquire floral fate but instead develop as I2 meristems. 153, 52–65. Ann. 678, 179–190. doi: 10.2135/cropsci1972.0011183X001200020028x, Beveridge, C. A., and Murfet, I. C. (1996). We also apologize to those authors whose work we have inadvertently omitted, or could not review at length due to space limitations. AP1 transcription is directly activated by LFY at stage 1 floral meristems (Wagner et al., 1999). Subcategories. In L. japonicus and M. truncatula the UNI homologs also show expression in young floral organ primordia. doi: 10.1016/j.pbi.2013.11.014, Hofer, J., Turner, L., Hellens, R., Ambrose, M., Matthews, P., Michael, A., et al. The Medicago mtpim mutant also exhibits a proliferating inflorescence phenotype, somehow more severe than the pea mutants, where floral meristems are replaced by proliferating I2 meristems (Benlloch et al., 2006). This inflorescence is found in Euphorbiaceae family like Euphorbia, Poinsettia, Pedilanthus. Another gene with a key function in the in the initiation of floral meristems in pea is the LFY homolog UNI (Hofer et al., 1997). Thus, the study of regulatory genes in these species during inflorescence â¦ Upadhyaya HD, Bajaj D, Srivastava R, Daware A, Basu U, Tripathi S, Bharadwaj C, Tyagi AK, Parida SK. (A) Picture and diagram of a pea WT plant. doi: 10.2134/agronj2010.0300, Kapoor, R. K., and Gupta, S. C. (1991). *Correspondence: Francisco Madueño, Instituto de Biología Molecular y Celular de Plantas, Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Científicas – Universidad Politécnica de Valencia, Avenida Los Naranjos s/n, Valencia 46022, Spain, email@example.com, Front. doi: 10.1104/pp.106.083543, Berbel, A., Ferrandiz, C., Hecht, V., Dalmais, M., Lund, O. S., Sussmilch, F. C., et al. pim mutants do not show alterations in vegetative traits and I1 and I2 meristems are correctly specified. In compound inflorescences, the flowers are not formed in the primary inflorescence axes but, instead, they are formed in secondary or higher order axes (Figure 1). The double-podded gene in chickpea improvement. 71, 109–143. Therefore, the appearance of the I2 meristem supposes an additional level of complexity in the legume inflorescence, as compared to Arabidopsis, and different genes have been coopted to orchestrate the development of the compound inflorescence in legumes. 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