Dataset: "Dormancy Cycling: From Signals to Developmental Transitions, 2014"

Abstract

The dataset "Dormancy cycling: from signals to developmental transitions, 2014" is a follow-up of the RCN-funded FRIMOLBIOL-project "ClimaDorm, 2006-2008".  
Dormancy cycling is an adaptive strategy that is vital to the survival of perennials. Our knowledge of this phenomenon is still very restricted, and the aim of the proposed research is to increase the insight into the underlying fundamental processes. As dormancy is a property of the growing point we need to understand how it functions during both activity and dormancy. We aim to identify the molecular and cellular determinants of the active and the dormant state and how the environment brings about transitions. The major focus is on the distinct roles the rib meristem (RM) and the shoot apical meristem (SAM) play in perceiving photoperiodic signals. End-of season growth cessation requires the downregulation of the gene CENL1 in the RM and rib zone (RZ), as we showed previously (Plant Cell, 2008). CENL1 expression and potential movement of CENL1 protein will be localized during the dormancy cycle by traditional and transgenic approaches, and related to expression of the PtWUS gene and symplasmic boundaries in the growing point. During dormancy cell-cell communication via plasmodesmata (PD) and cell walls is suspended, and regrowth requires reconstitution of these communication paths. Reconstitution is likely to be mediated by lipid bodies (LB), formed during dormancy induction, which carry oleosins and 1,3-beta-D-glucanases (GLU) to the cell membrane during chilling. This hypothesis will be tested with transgenic approaches that address LB-PD interactions, and target PD with GLU fused to a PD-specific TM D. PI and senior researcher have ample experience in meristem and dormancy work and it is expected that the proposed work will substantially contribute to the basic understanding of dormancy cycling, and to the potential deregulating effects climate change will have.

Data is presented in various published articles.

Variable Groups

Full Title

"Dormancy Cycling: From Signals to Developmental Transitions, 2014"

Identification Number

NSD2251

Authoring Entity

Name Affiliation
Schoot, Christiaan van der Department of Plant Sciences, Norwegian University of Life Sciences

Producer

Name Affiliation Abbreviation Role
Schoot, Christiaan van der Department of Plant Sciences, Norwegian University of Life Sciences NMBU Primary Investigator

Copyright

Copyright (C) 2014 Christiaan van der Schoot, Department of Plant Sciences, NMBU

Funding Agency/Sponsor

Name Abbreviation Role Grant
The Research Council of Norway RCN 192013

Data Distributor

Name Affiliation Abbreviation
NSD - Norwegian Centre for Research Data NSD

Version

Date: 2015-12-14

Notes

Original data from Christiaan van der Schoot, Department of Plant Sciences, NMBU are documented and prepared, first NSD-version.

Bibliographic Citation

"Dormancy Cycling: From Signals to Developmental Transitions, 2014". Data collected by Christiaan van der Schoot, Department of Plant Sciences, NMBU. First NSD edition, Bergen 2015.

List of Keywords

Topic Classification

Time Period Covered

Start End Cycle
2009 2014

Date of Collection

Start End Cycle
2009-09-01 2014-10-31

Country

Norway  (NO)

Geographic Coverage

Country

Unit of Analysis

Other

Universe

Deciduous woody perennials.

Kind of Data

Other

Time Method

Follow-up survey

Data Collector

Schoot, Christiaan van der, Department of Plant Sciences, Norwegian University of Life Sciences  (NMBU)

Mode of Data Collection

Other

Location

Related Publications

Shoot Meristems of Deciduous Woody Perennials: Self-organization and Morphogenetic Transitions

Laju, P.K., Rinne, P.L.H. and van der Schoot, C. (2014) Shoot Meristems of Deciduous Woody Perennials: Self-organization and Morphogenetic Transitions i Current Opinion in Plant Biology. Vol 17, February 2014, 86-95.

Refurbishing the Plasmodesmal Chamber: A Role for Lipid Bodies?

Laju, P.K., Rinne, P.L.H. and van der Schoot, C. (2014) Refurbishing the Plasmodesmal Chamber: A Role for Lipid Bodies? in Frontiers in Plant Science. Vol. 5, February 2014, 1-10.

Perennial Life Style of Populus: Dormancy Cycling and Overwintering

Rinne, P.L.H., Welling, A. and van der Schoot, C. (2010) (Vol. 8) Perennial Life Style of Populus: Dormancy Cycling and Overwintering in Jansson, S., Bhalerao, R. and Groover, A. (Eds.) Genetics and Genomics of Populus. Springer, US. 171-200.

Chilling of Dormant Buds Hyperinduces FLOWERING LOCUS T and Recruits GA-Inducible 1,3-b-Glucanases to Reopen Signal Conduits and Release Dormancy in Populus

Rinne, P.L.H., Welling, A., Vahala, J., Ripel, L., Ruonala, R., Kangasjärvi, J. and van der Schoot, C. (2011) Chilling of Dormant Buds Hyperinduces FLOWERING LOCUS T and Recruits GA-Inducible 1,3-b-Glucanases to Reopen Signal Conduits and Release Dormancy in Populus i The Plant Cell. Vol. 23, January 2011, 130-146.

Supplemental Data: Author Profile. Chilling of Dormant Buds Hyperinduces FLOWERING LOCUS T and Recruits GA-Inducible 1,3-ß-Glucanases to Reopen Signal Conduits and Release Dormancy in Populus

Rinne P.L.H., Welling A., Vahala J., Ripel L., Ruonala R., Kangasjärvi J. and van der Schoot C. (2011) Supplemental Data: Chilling of Dormant Buds Hyperinduces FLOWERING LOCUS T and Recruits GA-Inducible 1,3-ß-Glucanases to Reopen Signal Conduits and Release Dormancy in Populus i The Plant Cell. Vol. 23, January 2011. 130-146.

Mapping Symplasmic Fields at the Shoot Apical Meristem Using Iontophoresis and Membrane Potential Measurements

van der Schoot, C. and Rinne, P.L.H. (2015) Mapping Symplasmic Fields at the Shoot Apical Meristem Using Iontophoresis and Membrane Potential Measurements i Methods in Molecular Biology 1217, 157-71.

Dormancy Cycling at the Shoot Apical Meristem: Transitioning Between Self-Organization and Self-Arrest

van der Schoot, C. and Rinne P.L.H. (2010) Dormancy Cycling at the Shoot Apical Meristem: Transitioning Between Self-Organization and Self-Arrest in Plant Science 180(1), 120-131.

Front cover: MODULATION OF SIGNALING DURING DORMANCY CYCLING IN POPULUS

Rinne P.L.H., Welling A., Vahala J., Ripel L., Ruonala R., Kangasjärvi J. and van der Schoot C. (2011) Front cover: MODULATION OF SIGNALING DURING DORMANCY CYCLING IN POPULUS in The Plant Cell. Vol. 23, January 2011.

In Brief: Dormancy Cycling in Populus: The Symplasmic Connection

Bertoni G. (2011) In Brief: Dormancy Cycling in Populus: The Symplasmic Connection in The Plant Cell. Vol 23, January 2011.

The Embryonic Shoot: A Lifeline Through Winter

Laju, P.K., Rinne P.L.H. and van der Schoot, C. (2013) The Embryonic Shoot: A Lifeline Through Winter in Journal of Experimental Botany, Vol. 65, No. 7, 1699-1712.

Plant Lipid Bodies and Cell-Cell Signaling. A New Role For an Old Organelle?

Laju, K.P., Rinne P.L.H., Paul S.B. and van der Schoot, C.(2011) Plant Lipid Bodies and Cell-Cell Signaling. A New Role For an Old Organelle? In Plant Signaling & Behavior 6(11), 1732-1738

Supplemental Data: Chilling of Dormant Buds Hyperinduces FLOWERING LOCUS T and Recruits GA-Inducible 1,3-ß-Glucanases to Reopen Signal Conduits and Release Dormancy in Populus

Rinne, P.L.H., Welling, A., Vahala, J., Ripel, L., Ruonala, R., Kangasjärvi, J. and van der Schoot, C. (2011). Supplemental Data: Chilling of Dormant Buds Hyperinduces FLOWERING LOCUS T and Recruits GA-Inducible 1,3-ß-Glucanases to Reopen Signal Conduits and Release Dormancy in Populus in The Plant Cell. Vol. 23, January 2011, 130-146.

A Perennial Problem

van der Schoot, C. and Rinne, P.L.H. (2014) A Perennial Problem i International Innovation. 93-95.

The Deep Sleep of Trees

Rinne, P.L.H., Kangasjärvi, J., Vahala, J. and van der Schoot, C. (2014) The Deep Sleep of Trees in Technology and Innovation Projects. Dormancy Cycling Special Edition, 2-4.

Climate Change and the Impacts on Forest Trees

van der Schoot, C. and Rinne, P.L.H. (2015) Climate Change and the Impacts on Forest Trees, Profile, 1-2.

Supplemental Dataset 1, Sequences Used For Phylogenetic Analysis in Supplemental Figure 1 (FASTA format)

Rinne P.L.H. et al. (2011) Supplemental Dataset 1, Sequences Used For Phylogenetic Analysis in Supplemental Figure 1 (FASTA format) in The Plant Cell. 1-22.

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