Reduced Wall Acetylation Proteins Play Vital and Distinct Roles in Cell Wall O-Acetylation in Arabidopsis

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Reduced Wall Acetylation Proteins Play Vital and Distinct Roles in Cell Wall O-Acetylation in Arabidopsis. / Manabe, Yuzuki; Verhertbruggen, Yves; Gille, Sascha; Harholt, Jesper; Chong, Sun-Li; Pawar, Prashant Mohan-Anupama; Mellerowicz, Ewa J.; Tenkanen, Maija; Cheng, Kun; Pauly, Markus; Scheller, Henrik Vibe.

I: Plant Physiology, Bind 163, Nr. 3, 01.11.2013, s. 1107-1117.

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Manabe, Y, Verhertbruggen, Y, Gille, S, Harholt, J, Chong, S-L, Pawar, PM-A, Mellerowicz, EJ, Tenkanen, M, Cheng, K, Pauly, M & Scheller, HV 2013, 'Reduced Wall Acetylation Proteins Play Vital and Distinct Roles in Cell Wall O-Acetylation in Arabidopsis', Plant Physiology, bind 163, nr. 3, s. 1107-1117. https://doi.org/10.1104/pp.113.225193

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Manabe, Y., Verhertbruggen, Y., Gille, S., Harholt, J., Chong, S-L., Pawar, P. M-A., ... Scheller, H. V. (2013). Reduced Wall Acetylation Proteins Play Vital and Distinct Roles in Cell Wall O-Acetylation in Arabidopsis. Plant Physiology, 163(3), 1107-1117. https://doi.org/10.1104/pp.113.225193

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Manabe Y, Verhertbruggen Y, Gille S, Harholt J, Chong S-L, Pawar PM-A o.a. Reduced Wall Acetylation Proteins Play Vital and Distinct Roles in Cell Wall O-Acetylation in Arabidopsis. Plant Physiology. 2013 nov 1;163(3):1107-1117. https://doi.org/10.1104/pp.113.225193

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Manabe, Yuzuki ; Verhertbruggen, Yves ; Gille, Sascha ; Harholt, Jesper ; Chong, Sun-Li ; Pawar, Prashant Mohan-Anupama ; Mellerowicz, Ewa J. ; Tenkanen, Maija ; Cheng, Kun ; Pauly, Markus ; Scheller, Henrik Vibe. / Reduced Wall Acetylation Proteins Play Vital and Distinct Roles in Cell Wall O-Acetylation in Arabidopsis. I: Plant Physiology. 2013 ; Bind 163, Nr. 3. s. 1107-1117.

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title = "Reduced Wall Acetylation Proteins Play Vital and Distinct Roles in Cell Wall O-Acetylation in Arabidopsis",
abstract = "The Reduced Wall Acetylation (RWA) proteins are involved in cell wall acetylation in plants. Previously, we described a single mutant, rwa2, which has about 20{\%} lower level of O-acetylation in leaf cell walls and no obvious growth or developmental phenotype. In this study, we generated double, triple, and quadruple loss-of-function mutants of all four members of the RWA family in Arabidopsis (Arabidopsis thaliana). In contrast to rwa2, the triple and quadruple rwa mutants display severe growth phenotypes revealing the importance of wall acetylation for plant growth and development. The quadruple rwa mutant can be completely complemented with the RWA2 protein expressed under 35S promoter, indicating the functional redundancy of the RWA proteins. Nevertheless, the degree of acetylation of xylan, (gluco) mannan, and xyloglucan as well as overall cell wall acetylation is affected differently in different combinations of triple mutants, suggesting their diversity in substrate preference. The overall degree of wall acetylation in the rwa quadruple mutant was reduced by 63{\%} compared with the wild type, and histochemical analysis of the rwa quadruple mutant stem indicates defects in cell differentiation of cell types with secondary cell walls.",
author = "Yuzuki Manabe and Yves Verhertbruggen and Sascha Gille and Jesper Harholt and Sun-Li Chong and Pawar, {Prashant Mohan-Anupama} and Mellerowicz, {Ewa J.} and Maija Tenkanen and Kun Cheng and Markus Pauly and Scheller, {Henrik Vibe}",
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AU - Chong, Sun-Li

AU - Pawar, Prashant Mohan-Anupama

AU - Mellerowicz, Ewa J.

AU - Tenkanen, Maija

AU - Cheng, Kun

AU - Pauly, Markus

AU - Scheller, Henrik Vibe

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N2 - The Reduced Wall Acetylation (RWA) proteins are involved in cell wall acetylation in plants. Previously, we described a single mutant, rwa2, which has about 20% lower level of O-acetylation in leaf cell walls and no obvious growth or developmental phenotype. In this study, we generated double, triple, and quadruple loss-of-function mutants of all four members of the RWA family in Arabidopsis (Arabidopsis thaliana). In contrast to rwa2, the triple and quadruple rwa mutants display severe growth phenotypes revealing the importance of wall acetylation for plant growth and development. The quadruple rwa mutant can be completely complemented with the RWA2 protein expressed under 35S promoter, indicating the functional redundancy of the RWA proteins. Nevertheless, the degree of acetylation of xylan, (gluco) mannan, and xyloglucan as well as overall cell wall acetylation is affected differently in different combinations of triple mutants, suggesting their diversity in substrate preference. The overall degree of wall acetylation in the rwa quadruple mutant was reduced by 63% compared with the wild type, and histochemical analysis of the rwa quadruple mutant stem indicates defects in cell differentiation of cell types with secondary cell walls.

AB - The Reduced Wall Acetylation (RWA) proteins are involved in cell wall acetylation in plants. Previously, we described a single mutant, rwa2, which has about 20% lower level of O-acetylation in leaf cell walls and no obvious growth or developmental phenotype. In this study, we generated double, triple, and quadruple loss-of-function mutants of all four members of the RWA family in Arabidopsis (Arabidopsis thaliana). In contrast to rwa2, the triple and quadruple rwa mutants display severe growth phenotypes revealing the importance of wall acetylation for plant growth and development. The quadruple rwa mutant can be completely complemented with the RWA2 protein expressed under 35S promoter, indicating the functional redundancy of the RWA proteins. Nevertheless, the degree of acetylation of xylan, (gluco) mannan, and xyloglucan as well as overall cell wall acetylation is affected differently in different combinations of triple mutants, suggesting their diversity in substrate preference. The overall degree of wall acetylation in the rwa quadruple mutant was reduced by 63% compared with the wild type, and histochemical analysis of the rwa quadruple mutant stem indicates defects in cell differentiation of cell types with secondary cell walls.

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