Sodium sensing induces different changes in free cytosolic calcium concentration and pH in salt-tolerant and -sensitive rice (Oryza sativa) cultivars

Kader MA, Lindberg S, Seidel T, Golldack D, Yemelyanov V (2007)
PHYSIOLOGIA PLANTARUM 130(1): 99-111.

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Perception of salt stress in plant cells induces a change in the free cytosolic Ca2+, [Ca2+](cyt), which transfers downstream reactions toward salt tolerance. Changes in cytosolic H+ concentration, [H+](cyt), are closely linked to the [Ca2+](cyt) dynamics under various stress signals. In this study, salt-induced changes in [Ca2+](cyt), and [H+](cyt) and vacuolar [H+] concentrations were monitored in single protoplasts of rice (Oryza sativa L. indica cvs. Pokkali and BRRI Dhan29) by fluorescence microscopy. Changes in cytosolic [Ca2+] and [H+] were detected by use of the fluorescent dyes acetoxy methyl ester of calcium-binding benzofuran and acetoxy methyl ester of 2', 7'-bis-(2-carboxyethyl)-5-(and-6) carboxyfluorescein, respectively, and for vacuolar pH, fluorescent 6-carboxyfluorescein and confocal microscopy were used. Addition of NaCl induced a higher increase in [Ca2+](cyt) in the salt-tolerant cv. Pokkali than in the salt-sensitive cv. BRRI Dhan29. From inhibitor studies, we conclude that the internal stores appear to be the major source for [Ca2+](cyt) increase in Pokkali, although the apoplast is more important in BRRI Dhan29. The [Ca2+](cyt) measurements in rice also suggest that Na+ should be sensed inside the cytosol, before any increase in [Ca2+](cyt) occurs. Moreover, our results with individual mesophyll protoplasts suggest that ionic stress causes an increase in [Ca2+](cyt) and that osmotic stress sharply decreases [Ca2+](cyt) in rice. The [pH](cyt) was differently shifted in the two rice cultivars in response to salt stress and may be coupled to different activities of the H+-ATPases. The changes in vacuolar pH were correlated with the expressional analysis of rice vacuolar H+-ATPase in these two rice cultivars.
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Kader MA, Lindberg S, Seidel T, Golldack D, Yemelyanov V. Sodium sensing induces different changes in free cytosolic calcium concentration and pH in salt-tolerant and -sensitive rice (Oryza sativa) cultivars. PHYSIOLOGIA PLANTARUM. 2007;130(1):99-111.
Kader, M. A., Lindberg, S., Seidel, T., Golldack, D., & Yemelyanov, V. (2007). Sodium sensing induces different changes in free cytosolic calcium concentration and pH in salt-tolerant and -sensitive rice (Oryza sativa) cultivars. PHYSIOLOGIA PLANTARUM, 130(1), 99-111.
Kader, M. A., Lindberg, S., Seidel, T., Golldack, D., and Yemelyanov, V. (2007). Sodium sensing induces different changes in free cytosolic calcium concentration and pH in salt-tolerant and -sensitive rice (Oryza sativa) cultivars. PHYSIOLOGIA PLANTARUM 130, 99-111.
Kader, M.A., et al., 2007. Sodium sensing induces different changes in free cytosolic calcium concentration and pH in salt-tolerant and -sensitive rice (Oryza sativa) cultivars. PHYSIOLOGIA PLANTARUM, 130(1), p 99-111.
M.A. Kader, et al., “Sodium sensing induces different changes in free cytosolic calcium concentration and pH in salt-tolerant and -sensitive rice (Oryza sativa) cultivars”, PHYSIOLOGIA PLANTARUM, vol. 130, 2007, pp. 99-111.
Kader, M.A., Lindberg, S., Seidel, T., Golldack, D., Yemelyanov, V.: Sodium sensing induces different changes in free cytosolic calcium concentration and pH in salt-tolerant and -sensitive rice (Oryza sativa) cultivars. PHYSIOLOGIA PLANTARUM. 130, 99-111 (2007).
Kader, Mohammed A., Lindberg, Sylvia, Seidel, Thorsten, Golldack, Dortje, and Yemelyanov, Vladislav. “Sodium sensing induces different changes in free cytosolic calcium concentration and pH in salt-tolerant and -sensitive rice (Oryza sativa) cultivars”. PHYSIOLOGIA PLANTARUM 130.1 (2007): 99-111.
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