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Protein Elements and Signal Transduction Process of Self-Incompatibility in Brassica oleracea

ZHU Li-Quan,ZHOU Yan   

  1. College of Agronomy and Biotechnology, Southwest University, Chongqing 400715, China?
  • Received:2013-11-06 Revised:2014-11-05 Online:2015-01-12 Published:2014-11-11
  • Contact: 朱利泉, E-mail: zhuliquan@swu.edu.cn, Tel: 023-68250794


The self-incompatibility (SI) system in Brassica oleracea is genetically controlled by asingle polymorphic S-locus that encodes proteins initiating a process of SI signaling transduction. This process involves eight protein elements including SLG, SCR, SRK, MLPK, THL, ARC1, Exo70A1, and MIP-MOD. Here, based on their corresponding gene’s architecture, we summarized these elements on their advances both in structure and function of their genes and proteins, as well as their interaction along the whole SI signal transduction process. Furthermore, we put forward some insights into unknown areas of SI, hoping to provide a few of clues for further exploration of SI mechanism in B.oleracea or other Brassica species.

Key words: Brassica oleracea, Self-incompatibility, S-locus, Signal transduction

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