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Natural Variation in OsPRR37 Regulates Heading Date and Contributes to Rice Cultivation at a Wide Range of Latitudes

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Authors
Koo, Bon-Hyuk; Yoo, Soo-Cheul; Park, Joon-Woo; Kwon, Choon-Tak; Lee, Byoung-Doo; An, Gynheung; Zhang, Zhanying; Li, Jinjie; Li, Zichao; Paek, Nam-Chon
Issue Date
2013-11
Publisher
OXFORD UNIV PRESS
Citation
MOLECULAR PLANT Vol.6, No.6, pp. 1877-1888
Keywords
농수해양riceheading datequantitative trait locusnatural variationGhd7OsPRR37
Abstract
Rice Pseudo-Response Regulator 37 (OsPRR37) is the Hd2 quantitative trait locus (QTL) gene and natural variation in OsPRR37 has contributed to global adaptability of rice by reducing photoperiod sensitivity and allowing early flowering, especially under long-day environments in temperate and cooler regions.Heading date and photoperiod sensitivity are fundamental traits that determine rice adaptation to a wide range of geographic environments. By quantitative trait locus (QTL) mapping and candidate gene analysis using whole-genome re-sequencing, we found that Oryza sativa Pseudo-Response Regulator37 (OsPRR37; hereafter PRR37) is responsible for the Early heading7-2 (EH7-2)/Heading date2 (Hd2) QTL which was identified from a cross of late-heading rice Milyang23 (M23) and early-heading rice H143. H143 contains a missense mutation of an invariantly conserved amino acid in the CCT (CONSTANS, CO-like, and TOC1) domain of PRR37 protein. In the world rice collection, different types of nonfunctional PRR37 alleles were found in many European and Asian rice cultivars. Notably, the japonica varieties harboring nonfunctional alleles of both Ghd7/Hd4 and PRR37/Hd2 flower extremely early under natural long-day conditions, and are adapted to the northernmost regions of rice cultivation, up to 53 N latitude. Genetic analysis revealed that the effects of PRR37 and Ghd7 alleles on heading date are additive, and PRR37 down-regulates Hd3a expression to suppress flowering under long-day conditions. Our results demonstrate that natural variations in PRR37/Hd2 and Ghd7/Hd4 have contributed to the expansion of rice cultivation to temperate and cooler regions.
ISSN
1674-2052
Language
English
URI
https://hdl.handle.net/10371/91399
DOI
https://doi.org/10.1093/mp/sst088
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